HuniePop 2: Double Date – Re-enabling Disabled Secret Codes

How to re-enable two disabled secret toggle codes: Abia hair mode and fast transitions.

Intro

Note: Credit goes to Ian Brandon Anderson

This requires basic knowledge of using a hex editor. This will not cover usage of hex editors.

Note: If you are looking for HuniePop 2 outfit codes, follow this link. There are eight outfit codes for your character!

The Codes and What They Do

There are two disabled toggle codes with unknown original codes (codes are MD5 hashed). Using a hex editor you can re-enable these codes and change the unlock code to a known value.

  • QuickTransitions: “Location transition speed is now much faster!”
  • AbiaHair: “Abia’s headwear replaced with alternate hairstyles!”

Suggested/example replacement MD5 values:

  • QuickTransitions: DCA6E617F6FB54033DEB311E7E7C93CC (FAST)
  • AbiaHair: E386714C2C9D4EFF37DCF8BFCBC48D10 (ABIA)

Editing Resources.assets

Right-click the game in your library, go to ‘Manage’ and then ‘Browse local files’. Go into ‘HuniePop 2 – Double Date_Data’, make a backup copy of ‘resources.assets’ and then open it in a hex editor (I use XVI32).

QuickTransitions:

Find the string “760BDB0C734C4EBAC66DBD901AF594B5”. Replace it with your desired MD5.

To re-enable the code, change the byte 0x01 after “normal!” to 0x00.

Example: Changing code to “FAST” (DCA6E617F6FB54033DEB311E7E7C93CC) + re-enabling

AbiaHair:

Find the string “4013120B04449205D03E0EC8F1EA5C74”. Replace it with your desired MD5.

To re-enable the code, change the byte 0x01 after “headwear! ” to 0x00.

Example: Changing code to “ABIA” (E386714C2C9D4EFF37DCF8BFCBC48D10) + re-enabling

Save and give your newly enabled codes a try!

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