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Posted 11 May 2006 - 05:34 AM ( #21 )

Yay! This is SOOO helpful! I bookmarked it so I can find it when I start up my entama this summer. The guts points things are the best, I don't have to use an item over and over raising it only 1 each time!

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Posted 11 May 2006 - 10:12 AM ( #22 )

This is Great! Becuase you can just. make up a Number and It usually works!
Try these and post them please!

5211 - Hotdog!!
5215 - ???
5216 - ???
5217 - ???
5218 - ???

Edited by Roar The Tiger, 11 May 2006 - 10:19 AM.


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Posted 13 May 2006 - 07:27 PM ( #23 )

What I want to know is, why can't one plug in random log in numbers??

I am sorry, I didn't understand your question properly when I first attempted to answered it.

Entering 14 random digits as a login password for e-tamago does not work because the checksum would be wrong (90% chance). Even if you had the checksum correct (10% chance), e-tamago would probably reject the login password because the other digits don't fit the patterns properly.

Each e-tamago (Japanese TamaTown) login password generated by an EnTama (Japanese Tamagotchi) contains several pieces of information.

Of the 14 digits:

2 digits identify the character species. This is the character you see on-screen. There are 51 valid numbers.

2 digits identify the parent species. You can see this when you visit the parent's house. There are 52 valid numbers.

2 digits identify the news headline. You can see this when you visit TamaTower. Valid numbers are 01 - 24.

2 digits identify the occupation. You can see this when you visit the business card maker in the Game Center. Valid numbers are 01 - 28.

2 digits identify the destination. This is TamaTown vs a TamaTour locale. For TamaTown destinations, the character's development level is also included in these 2 digits.

2 digits are for the session ID. These seem to be random, and are regenerated for each new login password.

1 digit indicates which of five sequences is used to encode the data.

1 digit is the checksum. This is a simple checksum of all other digits, modulus 10.

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Posted 14 May 2006 - 03:33 AM ( #24 )

Ah ingenious! Both You and Bandai. It was bugging me how plugging in these numbers actually translated all the information from toy to web, and web to toy. Thank you

Now I know....

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Posted 14 May 2006 - 08:38 AM ( #25 )

*Edit: long quote removed by binary*

0052210
9232327

That's my login password... shall i try it again??!! :blink:
Bxxxx1x
SAxxDxC

That's the item code...
With x's...
0xxxx1x
S6xx0x9
Without x's...
0052210
S632029

Okay.. I replace the checksum???
x's...
0xxxx1x
06xx0x9
no x's...
0052210
0632029

I'm adding together... isn't that what I'm supposed to do???0+0+5+2+2+1+0+0+6+3+2+0+2+9=32

Replacing checksum...
0052210
2632029

I'll enter it...

IT WORKED!!!! IT FINALLY WORKED!!!!

:lol:

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Posted 14 May 2006 - 08:39 AM ( #26 )

...Ok,

To make it easier, Do you mind if I add you on Yahoo! And I send you the easy version?

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Posted 14 May 2006 - 08:48 AM ( #27 )

The most GUTS points I have found for one time is 20. Here are the codes:
ABCD
6130 intelligence, 20 points
6131 fashion, 20 points
6132 kindness, 20 points

I think I'll try it again... WANT 20 INTELLIGENCE POINTS... WANT IT!!!!

LOGIN PASSWORD
1082210
3232327

ABCD digits with x's
Bxxxx1x
SAxxDxC

20 intelligence points!! 6130
That's it!!
Replace ABCD digits
1xxxx1x
S6xx0x3

Replace checksum.
with x's
1xxxx1x
06xx0x3
without x's
1082210
0632023

Add up.
1+0+8+2+2+1+0+0+6+3+2+0+2+3=30

Replace checksum again...
1082210
0632023
It was 0... EASY!!!

WORKED AGAIN!!

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Posted 14 May 2006 - 09:03 AM ( #28 )

*Edit: long quote shortened by binary*

Sorry, I tried to make the instructions detailed, and not confusing.  If you need more examples or more detailed steps let me know.

Here are the codes I've been able to find for free stuff.
ABCD
4014 cash, 900G
...

You mean 900 Gotchi Dollars?? I think I could use that sometime!!!!!!!!

How about now???

(1)
Password
0035782
2102352

(2)
ABCD digit's... x's
xSDxC8x
xBxAxxx

(3)
Item 4014... Gotchi dollars: 900

(4)
Replace ABCD digits with item code
xS4x18x
x0x4xxx

(5)
Replace checksum with 0
with x's
x04x18x
x0x4xxx
without x's
0045182
2004352

(6)
add together
0+0+4+5+1+8+2+2+0+0+4+3+5+2=36

(7)
Replace checksum again with 6
0645182
2004352

Hmm...
does it work??

*inputs code*

YES!! THOSE 900 points ARE MINE!!

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Posted 14 May 2006 - 09:04 AM ( #29 )

I always have to do it like... on the topic. I can't do it on paper or else I mess up, and I need the instructions right here. Oh gosh... i'd better not be using up too much bandwidth................

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Posted 14 May 2006 - 09:11 AM ( #30 )

Maybe you could try printing the codes off? That's what I did, printed off the steps in Arial Unicode MS size 10 (lol), and put the passwords on a table. 2 pages. :blink: Now I play wth my entama at bedtime, trying to get more and more.

Regarding the checksum, I soemtimes do it to practice mathematics, but if I don't feel like thinking, I simply go through all the numbers, that can be more useful in some cases. :lol:

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Posted 14 May 2006 - 10:28 AM ( #31 )

Maybe you could try printing the codes off? That's what I did, printed off the steps in Arial Unicode MS size 10 (lol), and put the passwords on a table. 2 pages. :blink: Now I play wth my entama at bedtime, trying to get more and more.

Regarding the checksum, I soemtimes do it to practice mathematics, but if I don't feel like thinking, I simply go through all the numbers, that can be more useful in some cases. :lol:

When you're adding up the checksum, you can cross off combinations of numbers that add up to 10.

For example:

Starting with all 14 digits which we need to add together to get the checksum
0+0+4+5+1+8+2+2+0+0+4+3+5+2=S

After dropping out the zeros we are left with
4+5+1+8+2+2+4+3+5+2=S

Then we can drop out the first three digits (4 and 5 and 1) because they add up to 10, so we now have
8+2+2+4+3+5+2=S

We can then drop out the 8 and a 2 because they add up to 10, so we are now left with
2+4+3+5+2=S

Finally, we can drop out the 3 and 5 and one of the 2's because they add up to 10 also, so we are left with a rather simple
4+2=S

Now there's less chance of making a mistake.

Edited by binary, 14 May 2006 - 10:40 AM.


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Posted 16 May 2006 - 03:17 PM ( #32 )

*Edit: long quote removed by binary*

Hmm... I'm going to try to print this out. *copies onto WordPerfect*

Now, to do it!!

1. Login pw:
7223450
5232030

2. The x's thing
xxxDS4x
CxxABxx

3. Item 5108

4. Replace ABCD digits
xxx8S4x
0xx51xx

5. Replace checksum with 0
x's
xxx804x
0xx51xx
NO x's
7228040
0235130

6. Add all digits together.
7+2+2+8+0+4+0+0+2+3+5+1+3+0=37

7. Replace checksum with last digit of sum
7228740
0235130

Enters password....
Wow!! It works!!!

Again...

1. Login pw
0336582
2002302

2. x's thing
xSDxC8x
xBxAxxx

3. Item 5201

4. Replace ABCD digits
xS1x08x
x2x5xxx

5. Replace checksum with 0
x's
x01x08x
x2x5xxx
NO x's
0016082
2205302

6. Add all digits together
0+0+1+6+0+8+2+2+2+0+5+3+0+2=31

7. Replace checksum
0116082
2205302

*enters code*
YES! The CA4LA hat!!!

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Posted 18 May 2006 - 02:27 PM ( #33 )

This is Great! Becuase you can just. make up a Number and It usually works!
Try these and post them please!

5211 - Hotdog!!
5215 - ???
5216 - ???
5217 - ???
5218 - ???

I'll try one!!
Okay.

Pw
9420550
5252010

This wierd x'y thing
xxxDS5x
CxxABxx

Item
5215
(trying it out, Binary didn't post it yet)

Replace ABCD code
x's
xxx5S5x
1xx52xx
no x's
9425S50
1255210

Replace checksum with 0
9425050
1255210

Add all digits together
9+4+2+5+0+5+0+1+2+5+5+2+1+0=41

Replace checksum again
9425150
1255210

*enters code*
It gave me the kind of ice-cream Tamagotchi Connection V1 V2 and V3 give each other!!

I wanna try 5216 now!!

Pw
1062800
1212045

x's thing
Bxxxx0x
SAxxDxC

Item 5216
Replace ABCD digits
2xxxx0x
S5xx6x1

2062800
S512641

Replace checksum with 0
2062800
0512641

Add digits together
2+6+2+8+5+1+2+6+4+1=37

Replace checksum again
2062800
7512641

*enters code*
Oops I guess anything higher then 5215 doesn't work!!

I will try the call dating service!!!

pw
0600592
2002114

x's
xSDxC9x
xBxAxxx

Item 5185

Replace ABCD digits
x's
xS5x89x
x1x5xxx
no x's
0S50892
2105114

Replace cheskum digit
0050892
2105114

Add all 14 digits together
0+0+5+0+8+9+2+2+1+0+5+1+1+4=38

Replace checksum again
0850892
2105114

*enters code* This is getting annoying.
MY HEART CARD!!

Hmm... my tama's been a Mimitchi for a few days now... 8 years old. Can I use it??

Darn!! It won't let me use it!! Ah well, I'll try that -- later.

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Posted 18 May 2006 - 09:04 PM ( #34 )

If you're tired of doing the calculations manually, and if your computer is running Windows XP you could try using the program mentioned in the topic at this link:
http://www.tamatalk....ndpost&p=570203

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Posted 27 June 2006 - 04:39 PM ( #35 )

My Entama just came and I used this and I got the CA4LA hat and drums.. Thanks so much binary!!

h99 :(

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Posted 03 July 2006 - 10:48 AM ( #36 )

Dp you have to be able to read Japanese to have an en-tama?

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Posted 03 July 2006 - 11:09 AM ( #37 )

Dp you have to be able to read Japanese to have an en-tama?

No, not really. If you can, it will help, but except for the newspaper articles and when it comes time to select a job, you can probably manage quite well without any knowledge of Japanese.

There are English-language guides here:
http://www.pixelmood.com/entama.htm
and here:
http://wa.ctk23.ne.j...-00/entama2.htm
and here:
http://www.tamatalk....showtopic=46216

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Posted 10 July 2006 - 08:21 AM ( #38 )

How Do You Use The Items You Buy?

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Posted 10 July 2006 - 12:02 PM ( #39 )

How Do You Use The Items You Bye?

Foods, snacks, and cooking ingredients will be in the meal menu (top row, second from the left).
All others, such as Toys, GUTS-up items, medicines, travel-related goods, and matchmaker calling cards, will be in the treasure chest menu (bottom row, middle icon).

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Posted 13 July 2006 - 10:54 AM ( #40 )

Hey, I have a question. You know the Call Dating Card, do you get the secret HatenaZoku next Generation when used??

h99