EZ Flash 3 in 1

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  1. 1c3d3m0n
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    1c3d3m0n Advanced Member

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    Are the saves in EZ flash written to the Slot-1 flashcarts automatically?, I'm using a R4. If the saves are not written to the R4, how to transfer it to R4? Are cheats supported for 3 in 1?? Sorry if the questions have been asked before, I'm posting this because I need answers pretty urgently.
     
  2. TrolleyDave

    TrolleyDave Philosolosophising

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    Are you using Rudolphs 3-in-1 tool to transfer games to the 3-in-1? If so then every time you launch a game it automatically backs up the save in SRAM to \GBA\SAVE\ on your slot-1 card.

    I don't know how NDStation does it as I can't seem to get it to work properly.
     
  3. 1c3d3m0n
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    It transfers the saves to \GBA\SAVE\ in the microSD in the R4? So everytime I save in-game, the saved data will be sent to the memory card?
     
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    TrolleyDave Philosolosophising

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    Not when you save in-game. When you reboot the DS and use Rudolphs Tool to load another game it saves the SRAM to the \GBA\SAVE\ folder on the R4's MicroSD card.
     
  5. jesterscourt

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    And make sure to patch those games as needed by GBATA.
     
  6. Nero

    Nero GBAtemp RPG Maniac

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    Oh.. Wow, thanks for posting that.
    I always thought you needed to press (B) to backup the save before switching games. [​IMG]

    ~Nero
     
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    TrolleyDave Philosolosophising

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    I never use the (B) button and when I swap between games (using PSRAM) the saves are always up to date.