Backing up NDS saves on EZ Omega

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Hi there,

was wondering if this can be done? i have a program that allows me to back up GBA saves/ ROMS but is there a program that allows NDS saves to be pulled from legit game cards?

I've seen people using programs that required a net connection but they were a few years old and I thought they would be outdated from the whole wifi shutdown.

Also apologies if this should be in the NDS forums.
 

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Hi there,

was wondering if this can be done? i have a program that allows me to back up GBA saves/ ROMS but is there a program that allows NDS saves to be pulled from legit game cards?

I've seen people using programs that required a net connection but they were a few years old and I thought they would be outdated from the whole wifi shutdown.

Also apologies if this should be in the NDS forums.
WiFi being shutdown has nothing to do with server/host local dumping
 

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Short version. Afraid not.

Some older flash carts had the ability to boot in DS mode where you can run DS code and snatch things and stuff them either on the SD card, or in some really old programs the SRAM of the GBA flash cart. The Omega does not have this.

The likes of the EZ 3 in 1 had code that allowed DS carts to write to them.

The wifi stuff never needed a GBA slot, and as mentioned was based on local wifi rather than anything Nintendo (or gamespy as the case may be) shut down. To that end if you have a DS slot/mode flash cart then you can use that to use the wifi thing, and if you have a homebrew 3ds there are also options.
 
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