gateway real time save

Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by darinhe, Jul 27, 2014.

  1. darinhe
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    Hi,

    Is there any hot keys to enable real time save on gateway or is it impossible for now?
     
  2. IronClouds

    IronClouds GBAtemp's Pok├ębro

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    Define "real time save."

    Forget that. There is no hot key function for anything in-game through Gateway or any other cart (unless you define "hot key" as the multi-ROM button on the MT-Card).
     
  3. Ryft

    Ryft GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Don't get confused by the way... real-time save does NOT mean savestates. It simply means Gateway writes the .sav file to the sd card in real-time instead of having to close the application like it was before.
     
  4. Abcdfv

    Abcdfv What comes around goes around.

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    It only does that with NANDsave games like Pokemans and AC. Card 1 is still exit to push to SD
     
  5. CFallenleaf

    CFallenleaf GBAtemp Fan

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    Yea its just more efficient now. You can power down instead of using home and x. But you still can use home and x too
     
  6. Abcdfv

    Abcdfv What comes around goes around.

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    I truly don't recall the last time i powered down my 3DSXL. Home+X doesn't really bother me, usually if I exit a game I'm gonna play another one, be it when I take it out of sleep, or just straight to it.
     
  7. CFallenleaf

    CFallenleaf GBAtemp Fan

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    I power mine down because i use it infrequently. I use it at least 10 times a week but too far and few between to jist put it in sleep since keeping it on the charger in sleep can hurt battery life by overcharging. Well unless you are using your dock which keeps it from overcharging(i think?).
     
  8. Abcdfv

    Abcdfv What comes around goes around.

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    I had thought it stopped itself from overcharging? My chargelight turns off when the battery is full.
     
  9. CFallenleaf

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    Yea i thought so too but i had a buddy that had a 3ds break on him. Wouldnt power on. Sent it in, ninty fixed it and told him it was because he overcharged it.

    Edit: I do realize that li-ion batteries are virtually impossible to overcharge. Just saying what ninty told him. So apparently it can happen in a few imperfect li-ion batteries