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GTA V Current Gen Modding?

Discussion in 'GTA Modding' started by Whip, Oct 24, 2015.

  1. Whip

    Whip Retired Habbotard.

    Hey Guys,
    I'm wondering has anyone had a break threw or seen a break threw with current gen consoles? basic things like the lowrider dlc not everyone has that much coin and i'm sure they would rather just click 1 button and have a million?
     
  2. BIOS

    BIOS \r%20

    What do you mean by this? Has anyone been successful in modding their online abilities?
     
  3. Whip

    Whip Retired Habbotard.

    Yes like adding money more xp etc. etc.
     
  4. Drake

    Drake MORE LIFE

    I do all that shit on PS3. Not free though.
     
  5. griimnak

    griimnak You're a slave to the money then you die

    can you still jtag xboxes? i used to mod my 360 and hotswap burned games with a flashed drive
     
  6. Ethereal

    Ethereal Tea Enthusiast

    The whole Jtag exploit was completely dealt with by Microsoft, so not currently.
     
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  7. Whip

    Whip Retired Habbotard.

    It's simple to do on old gen i'm wondering has anyone cracked current gen consoles
     
  8. Core

    Core Member

    Yeah you can read and write (write to some) to memory on the PS4.
    However, dev's are focusing on patching things in the OS before 'creating game mods'.
    As I'm pretty sure next gen have memory scans which check edits, etc. so will likely ban instantly if this was the case.
     
  9. Hender

    Hender King Tinkerer

    Pretty sure at the moment people are just modding on last-gen and transferring profiles over.
    But there is people working on cracking new-gen, obviously, but because its the devs main focus, things will be patched almost instant if exploits are public.
     
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  10. zeroHigh

    zeroHigh mysql_query("TRUNCATE devbest")

    I'm pretty sure there have already been some breaks through the new gen systems, especially for Xbox, PlayStation, I'm not so sure about, as I'd deem PlayStation a lot more secure than an Xbox.
     
  11. Drake

    Drake MORE LIFE

    There's already been a found exploit on PS4 thats been leading to a working jailbreak, modding on Xbox One has been happening, but Microsofts been dropping the ban hammers and patching those once found.
     
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  12. Blasteh

    Blasteh sut min pik

    If you're going to mod, go back to old generation and mod there. If you mod on new-gen, you're a pussy and a fat loser :ninja:
     
  13. griimnak

    griimnak You're a slave to the money then you die

    If you mod for beneficial gain that is. I love modders that are the "fun modders", the ones that spawn things for fun and etc.

    Modders I despise are the hackings ones, giving away free money ones, and the annoying ones that kick everyone from lobbies and just cause chaos.
     
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  14. Brad

    Brad HMMMM Staff Member

    PlayStation 4 Yes, I believe there is already a 'private' Jailbreak going round. XboxOne, Nope. Well, Not online anyway It's seems near enough impossible at the minute for online, maybe offline. But what's the point in that?
     
  15. Core

    Core Member

    It's not private, it's a public release - not a fully functioning jailbreak but it's definitely getting there - debug settings, file system, remote ftp, peek and poke, etc.
    Tools etc, are also back as the ORTMAPI library was released not long ago with an API - it also allows for real-time debugging.
    Most people tend to reverse engineer through IDA though as the PS4 processor still uses PPC so most modders already have a good enough understanding of this asm specifically from the PS3.

    Just no way of spoofing to get online :( - rip.

    GTA V will be first to be fucked as it stores every useful local function in a table (native table), so find the address - really easy as player_id is first so just hash that with jenkins and search for the bytes in ida and then follow the function which is called (name it what you want... AddNativeFunction?)... It's as easy as reading some ppc and seeing the address' it's appending too - or just find the sequence based on asm op codes; much easier method but you would need instructions first..
     
    Last edited: Jan 11, 2017
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