Are M3 DS Real saves compatible with the DSTWO?

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Nov 29, 2010
  1. Dilzi
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    Newcomer Dilzi Member

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    I'm getting a Supercard DSTWO to replace my M3. I'm sick of having to contort myself to get games to run, and it seems the DSTWO gets things to work much easier.

    Anyway, I was wondering if the save files created by my M3 will work with the DSTWO, and if not, is there some kind of converter I can download? I don't really want to lose all my game saves... That'd suck.
     
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    Awesome, thanks. Ill give it a go when my DSTWO arrives.
     
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    No conversion will be nessessary. Just put the microSD card in and run a game. That simple.
     
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    I recently purchased a SCDS2, upgrading from an M3DS Real and no conversion is necessary. If you bought the M3 Perfect Bundle with the GBA Expand slot, you can still use it to play GBA games without the need of the SCDS2 GBA Emulator. You need to download a homebrew app called GBA ExpLoader by Rudolph.
     

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