Copy .sav from flashcart to cartridge.

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  1. TheDreamLord
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    How do I do this? I used to do this, and I want to copy my .sav from Pokemon White 2 to my Black 2 cartridge. The white 2 sav works with black 2.
     
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    http://www.r4i-sdhc.com/SaveDongle.asp
     
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    One's inner self
    that one only extracts data
    it does not replace it
     
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    It does. I've used it before. Took a while to find. It had like .sav -> card and card -> .sav
    You put in the flashcart, loaded it, extracted it, then put the flashcart back in. That's how extracting worked.
    To copy it to the game, you put in the flashcart, loaded it, chose the .sav file, and clicked .sav -> card. Then you swapped the flashcart with the game card. You could also do it over FTP, IIRC.
     
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    well you can try
    http://filetrip.net/nds-downloads/applications/download-savsender-11-f516.html
    its not been updated in a while so highly unlikely to work
    and it wont work on a DSi or 3DS
     
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    Yeah, that's what it was. I'll try it now.
     
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    Works! Thanks! Did you think I meant rudolph? That also replaces data.