Backing up Games with supercard

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Aug 15, 2010
  1. jakeyjake
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    So, I have supercards dsonei, dstwo, and rumble lite. Can I back up official DS games, and saves from said games, onto the rumble lite, and with either slot 1 ard back up official gba games and saves?

    The main thing I want is the saves, because I love some saves, and I want the convenience of having all my games in one spot, but if this isn't possible, that'd be okay. *lugs around huge case of games*
     
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    For use with a DSTWO. This is for DS games (I'm not too sure if you can also copy saves, but give it a try).

    I don't think it's possible to copy GBA games with your cards, but as I don't know too much about GBA stuff, I'll leave someone else to answer that for you.
     
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    Is there a guide on how to use that program? I am not a computer wiz. Whenever I try using it, it says waiting connection. =/

    The main thing that I want is to back up my save from the game. I don't need the game itself. Is there an easy to use way to do this?
     
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    i remember i used one called the DS Backup tool... and used my slot-2 card to save it in its memory card... i'm not sure where i got it but i think it might be this one http://filetrip.net/f5820-NDS-Backup-Tool-Slot2-0-4.html ... or you could use the one they gave you which uses FTP and doesn't need a slot-2 card... but that requires you to be near a computer...
     
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    I have slot 2 rumble lite, and I have no clue how to set it up. But! I did set up my thing using that ftp thing, and my current problem is that it's not changing the default ip address and username to my ip address and user name and port. So it is trying to send it to a random ip address. =/
     
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    I think the actual tool (the download linked in the first one) is not a client, but a server. So I think you would need a clientsoftware with wich you connect to the IP of your NDS to download the Game and Save from there.

    I´m not realy shure though, so I´m gonne try it myself and can tell you then for shure.

    EDIT:
    Just tried and confirmed it.
    You need a FTPClient like Filezilla or something alike and use this to connect to the IP Adress you set for the NDS in the WiFI-Settings of any given game with WiFi functionality.
    From there, you just download the Game or Save like from any other FTPServer on the internet.
     
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    I could never figure it out even with an extensive guide. I'm just too computerdumb to do it. [​IMG] Thanks for all the help though.
     

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