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I own official DLCs, but none that appear in the toolkit repack list, what do I do?


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I own Rage Against The Maching - Killing In The Name Of and Deftones - Be Quiet And Drive, but they do not appear in the pack/unpack tab of  RocksmithToolkit. Right now I cannot buy anymore DLCs, so my question is if it is possible to manually change the package id on CDLCs to match or if I could add the package id to the toolkit list for the 2 DLCs I do own?

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You need to edit the "RocksmithToolkitLib.SongAppId.xml" file in the toolkit folder with the correct appID of the DLC that you own.

 

Best way to know what is the AppID of the DLC is to unpack them and you'll find the a file without extension called AppID in the resulting folder.

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Another option is to type the AppID of the song that you own into the 'App ID Updater' text box.  (i.e type over '248750' with the App ID you own) in the Packer/Unpacker and press the 'Repack AppId' button and select the CDLC that you want to assign new App IDs.  Get the latest toolkit beta release here.

 

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