I started work on this in October of last year, and after a few months of working on it on-and-off, I released the first version in April. It’s a sequel of sorts to my previous PS2 cheat device project, but I wanted to make something from scratch. The code got gnarly on the old menu so I decided to discontinue working on it and create this. Maybe I’ll move on from PS2 stuff some day, who knows :-).
Cheat Device is a game enhancer for PlayStation 2 games, similar to Action Replay, GameShark, and CodeBreaker. It supports booting retail, disc based games as well as ELF files such as OpenPS2Loader or ESR.

Features

  • Easy to navigate menu system similar to CodeBreaker
  • Supports retail discs and loader ELFs
  • Fast loading of large cheat lists
  • Save manager for backing up and restoring game saves to/from a flash drive
  • Powered by ps2rd’s powerful cheat engine

Important Things
Storing Cheats
Cheat databases are stored in CDB files created with cdb-util, which will convert cheat lists following this simple format:

"Game Name"
Enable
90000000 88888888
Cheat 1
27654321 12345678
Cheat 2
12345678 98765432
Cheat Section
Cheat 3
11111111 00000000

// Comment line

Enable Codes
9-type enable codes (9xxxxxxx yyyyyyyy) are supported, and the first cheat for every game must contain an enable code. If an F-type enable code is used instead (which is common for older games), it will be silently ignored and a hook will be installed automatically by the code engine. Many games have been tested with the auto-hook function, but its best if a 9-type enable code is used.

Code Format
All cheats must be in “RAW” format; Cheat Device can’t decrypt or read any other formats (ARMAX, CB1-6, CB7+, AR2, GS, etc.). However, you can use
tools such as OmniConvert to convert any of these formats to RAW.

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. Please report any bugs to me if you find them.

Downloads
Current Release – v1.2.1 (September 8, 2015):https://github.com/root670/CheatDevi…PS2-v1.2.1.zip
cdb-util v1.2 (July 28, 2015):https://mega.nz/#!LNYB0DAL!n_2Co6zI8…1vCP_mu4dQR_wg
Source: https://github.com/root670/CheatDevicePS2

Previous Releases
All releases can be found here: https://github.com/root670/CheatDevicePS2/releases
v1.2 (August 4, 2015): https://github.com/root670/CheatDevi…cePS2-v1.2.zip
v1.1 (June 10, 2015): https://mega.co.nz/#!WBBhXCBA!s5As_D…LM4cDDO-NrFbyU
v1.0 (April 4, 2015): https://mega.co.nz/#!jVgAFSra!nKQowK…0qOmXTTQoR7oJQ

 

12 thoughts on “Cheat Device for PS2

    • please put to download your entire list of codes CheatDevice cheats.txt so I add more cheats for her. I need you in cheats.txt file has all the latest codes for aumentalos power to PAL games

  1. please put to download your entire list of codes CheatDevice cheats.txt so I add more cheats for her. I need you in cheats.txt file has all the latest codes for aumentalos power to PAL games

  2. Wes bro thanks a lot to make use of this device…
    I appreciate it…it’s an awesome device…
    I have doubt about ps2cheatdevice that I have used it only on SLUS and SCUS games that is NTSC U.S GAMES….
    Does CHEATDEVICE work on pal games???? Please help me someone….how to use it on pal games or other way to chaet the pal games….
    Please don’t ignore I need help…

  3. Wes bro thanks a lot to make use of this device…
    I appreciate it…it’s an awesome device…
    I have doubt about ps2cheatdevice that I have used it only on SLUS and SCUS games that is NTSC U.S GAMES….
    Does CHEATDEVICE work on pal games???? Please help me someone….how to use it on pal games or other way to chaet the pal games….
    Please don’t ignore I need help…

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