How to copy/backup recorded sound on the DSi

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Sep 2, 2009
  1. lengchaidude
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    Newcomer lengchaidude Member

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    Hi all,

    I was wondering if there was a way of copying the recorded sound files on my DSi to somewhere (e.g. the SD card)?

    The default slots are beginning to fill up and I really want to keep them.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks.

    ps : the brute way would be to play the sound files on my DSi, connect the headphone socket to the my computer's mic input and re-record it ... but that is a real hassle.
     
  2. Tokiopop

    Member Tokiopop Caffeine fiend

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    Misleading title.
     
  3. Scott-105

    Member Scott-105 Bow to me. Please?

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    i agree
     
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    I disagree, He wants to know how to back-up/copy the files the recorded sound files from his DSi to his SD card. The title is far from misleading
     
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    You could think that (s)he posted a guide on how to do it
     
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    maybe there should have been a "?" at the end of the title
     
  7. lengchaidude
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    Newcomer lengchaidude Member

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    ... sorry for the "misleading" title ... i'll remember to put a question mark next time ... maybe add the word "HELP"

    in any case ... back to the topic ... does anyone know how to do this ?

    thanks.
     
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    Wow nice contribution [​IMG]
     

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