Homebrew RELEASE Introducing SX Save Manager v1.1

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SX Save Manager v1.1

Another day, another release by your friends from Team Xecuter. This time we are happy to bring you SX Save Manager, a friendly yet very useful tool to manage your game saves and keep them safe! You requested it, we deliver

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Features:
  • Back up your saves files to your SD Card or Google Drive
  • Restore save files from your SD Card or Google Drive
  • Views extended games stats in more detail than Nintendo gives by selecting a game and pressing Y (also works on accounts that are not linked to a NNID)
  • View the SXSM game ID from the game selection menu
  • Backed up save files have the date and time in the name
  • A familiar UI similar to SX Dumper
Extended stats include:
  • Total time spent in game
  • Average play session time
  • First time you launched the game
  • Last time you launched the game
Both per user save files and device specific save files are supported!

The save files on the sd cards are saved under /SXOS/saves/ (SXSM game ID goes here) /
Cloud saves are stored in /SXSaves/(SXSM game ID goes here) on google drive.

How to use:
  1. Install the SX Save Manager NSP with SX Installer.
  2. Open the SX Save Manager app from the homescreen.
  3. Select a user who’s saves you want to manage.
  4. Navigate to a game using the left and right buttons on the dpad.
  5. Press Y to view extended game stats or press A to back up / restore a save.
  6. If you chose to restore or back up a save choose “Export” to back up the save and “Import” to restore the save.
  7. From there you will be asked if you want to back up / restore from the SD Card (local) or Google drive (Cloud).
  8. If you select cloud you will be prompted to log in to your google account via the web applet.
  9. From there you will see a brief please wait message and finally either a success or error message.
  10. You can also toggle if you want to sort the games in the list by last played or most time played by pressing R.
SX Save Manager v1.1 Now released which fixes bugs


V1.1 Changelog:

  • Fixed two simple but easy to miss bugs that caused many users to crash if they had over 30 titles or corrupt games installed. We apologize for any inconveniences caused by this.
  • Added a settings menu
  • Added option to hide device saves
  • Added support for BCAT data
  • Changed "Export or import" text to "Backup or restore" to avoid confusion
  • Added fast scrolling using the left analogue stick
  • Sort mode is now saved instead of defaulting on launch
  • The UI's game name text now also includes the save type for all types
  • SX Save Manager is now hidden in the list
  • Removed 8.8.8.8 DNS override (this app only, not system wide) to increase compatibility
  • Added option to back up all data to the SD card
  • Added option to use custom file names
  • Many small improvements to increase stability
–< Team Xecuter – Pushing the limits of every Switch in 2020 and beyond! >–
 
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Not magstaff but is this really news worthy? We already had save managers for a while
yes sir

could be helpful a comparison post. Anyway I consider this post is for the people interested on this tool.

What I mean is that GBA Temp does not sell chips for Mariko and it will not be pointed out by anyone just for promoting a post from the developer group that is stupid.
 

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Application throws Error Code 2162-0002 and crashes console.
Yes, on one of my hacked switch's it works perfect but on the other it does the same for me throws up the same error. I have tried a few things to get it working but I'm not sure what it is. Both hacked switch's are on the same latest firmware with sxos 3.0.4 beta? one works fine, the other doesn't.
 
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So like yeah. We got Netflix news frontpaged, overpriced GB-GBM-GBA remake frontpaged, Sonic sequel frontpaged and so on. But not TX product, yeah, it's less important than Witcher TV adaptation, considering the nature of this site.
Your prejudice is quite clear.
 
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