EZ-Flash 3 in 1 Saves - GBALdr + R4

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Mar 13, 2008
  1. Arch Feline
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    Member Arch Feline GBAtemp Regular

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    I am using an EZ-Flash 3 in 1 in a DS Lite with an R4 and GBALdr.

    1. How do I get a battery save from VBA to work with GBALdr. VBA will use a save from GBALdr so that is no problem.

    2. The battery save from EX-Flash 3 in 1 is only written to my "Saver" file when I load a game. Is there a utility that will run on the R4 that will write SRAM to my Kingston micro SD?
     
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    1. There is no difference in the save data used by VBA and the 3-in-1, so the save file probably just needs to be padded to the same size as the save files that GBALdr uses (256KB IIRC). I wrote a windows batch script that will do this automatically. You can get it here: http://gbatemp.net/index.php?download=1354

    2. GBALdr automatically backs up the current save when it writes a new game to the 3-in-1. You can back the save up manually at any time, but I forget exactly how you do it in GBALdr (I haven't used GBALdr for quite a while now). You probably have to select a save file (press L or R to change the file filter) and press A, then choose the appropriate option to write the SRAM save to that file.
     
  3. 123ericn

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    how about a gameshark save is there any way yo use that on the 3-1 i use gbaldr 0.5
     
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    VBA can convert Gameshark .sps saves. Just load the rom in VBA, import the Gameshark save, and export a battery file. The .sav file that VBA exports will work in GBA ExpLoader.
     

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