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From the orinal PSX-Place release notes:

For those of you still hanging onto the legendary PlayStation 2 here is a new application to breath life into old games. Developer root670 has released Cheat Device, a application that allows you to seamlessly add cheats to your games.

Cheat Device Features:

Easy to navigate menu system similar to CodeBreaker
Supports retail discs and loader ELF's (stored on a flash drive or memory card)
Fast loading of large cheat lists
Powered by ps2rd's powerful cheat engine

Instructions & Info:

Cheat databases are stored in files created with makecdb, which will convert cheat lists using this simple format:

"Game Name"
Cheat 1
27654321 12345678
Cheat 2
12345678 98765432

Using makecdb:
The syntax is "makecdb ", but you can just name your text file to "cheats.txt" and double click the .BAT file to do this for you.

Settings File:
Settings are stored in an ini file named "CheatDevicePS2.ini", which needs to be located in the directory Cheat Device is run from. The cheat database path and additional boot paths are set here. See the included settings file for an example.

Included is the CodeBreaker 10.0 database. Currently only 9-type enable codes are supported, so games that used an F-type enable code will not work.

Future updates:

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(6 Comments) Latest comment was 2 years ago
CraZyEddy2010 View Profile
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3 years ago
download links are not working
BALDOGON View Profile
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3 years ago
please fix links!
lilcesar25 View Profile
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3 years ago
can some one help me set this up for esr
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3 years ago
Ask for help in the forums, not in comments.
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