I really searched a lot, but I always don't get an answer, some posts are old, and some are unclear. I had experience that my 3ds was in a stolen backpack. And since nintendo doesn't provide any "Cloud Save Data", I have to search a solution on my own. What I want is: backup a game data from a 3DS(digital) or cartridge to computer, and restore this game data to another 3DS(digital) or cartridge, without cracking the 3DS system, because The system version is higher than 9.2 and I can't use gateway. Currently I have a Powersaves, and it can backup and restore save data from and to the same cartridge, but recently I read that the Powersaves won't restore the savedata to another cartridge, load save data will fail. And After some search, I come here, and ask for help. Based on my search, I know that most of the games have save data encrypted, and the game savedata dumped from Powersaves are not only encrypted, but also have it's own data. So how to do the following: convert the Powersave dumped savedata to a correct format, and decrypt it, and re-encrypted, and convert back to Powersave format and restore? Not just Pokemon, other games too, like Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, Kid Icarus, and so on. If not, I'm willing to buy extra hardware, but I don't know if other products works. There is a post back from 2013 for these products, https://projectpokemon.org/forums/s...your-retail-cartridge-save-file-for-3DS-games but I can't decide which I should buy because it's an old post, and products are probably updated. And some of the game, like Totomachi life, Pokemon series, Animal Crossing, they have save data timestamp check or something, backup will never work, I can't confirm it, but if it's this case, these games can be excluded. For all digital copies, based on my search, if I modify a single bit data on the sd card, my whole sd card will force format because data verify will fail. I need more detail, because I don't know if I can just copy the backup save data inside the sd card, and copy back to another 3DS's sdcard, and restore the save data. If that's impossible, then fine. So, can you help me for more details about the transfer flow?