Add your iTunes music to Tap Tap Revenge 2

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  1. adamb10

    adamb10 New Member

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    NOTE: This will only work MPEG Layer 4 Files! Must have a Jailbroken iPhone/iPod Touch!

    First off SSH into your iPod/iPhone and navigate to:

    You will see a bunch of folders with wierd names. Keep opening each one till another folder contains the folder Tap Tap.app

    Once your in the correct folder goto the Documents Folder followed by the Tracks folder. This is where the game's music is stored. Now copy any random folder from this folder to your desktop. This folder will have an artwork image file, the encrypted audio file, a plist file and a track file.

    So heres what you do:

    Copy an encryped iTunes audio file to this folder. Delete the old audio.m4a file and rename the file you just copied to audio.m4a.

    The Plist will tell tap tap revenge what difficulty to categorize it as and the name of the song and such. Modify the plist as neessary to find the song in the game.

    The Track file will tell tap tap revenge what circle things the user has to touch in the game while the song is playing.

    The artwork image file is the album art for the song.

    Once done, change one letter of the folder to another random letter and proceed to update the folder back to your iPod/iPhone

    Boot up Tap Tap revenge, find the song in the list and enjoy.

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  2. Gamma

    Gamma Active Member

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    The problem with this is that the taps aren't synced with the songs.
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    how do you edit the track files so you know what you are actually doing?
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    The track files are encrypted so Im not sure. Dont think you can.
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    I think there were track editors for the original Tap Tap. I'm not sure about the new one though.
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    will anyone try this and post if it worked? thanks..
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    If you don't have the taps, it's useless.
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    wait.. just a question. did you actually try it out before posting this tutorial?
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    Yes I did and it worked. I used Jerk It out by the caesars for it.
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    AHAHAHAHAHA! WHOO, this worked xD
    i just tried it out! thanks man^
    But the only thing is that the taps are exactly the same as the song that you used for the song you wanted.
    EDIT: if you find a way to make the taps customized, you are awesome.

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