Is DsTwo compatible with R4 saves?

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  1. Coolperez8
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    Hi, I've been wondering if the DsTwo card was compatible with the saves of an R4. I have 2 R4's, both are compatible with the same save files, even though they are different teams. So, in general, if I buy a DsTwo card, would I have to convert the save files?
     
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    They'll work just fine mate ;) if your save files are gamename.ds.sav theyll need to be renamed to gamename.sav but otherwise the should be it
     
  3. cracker

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    They apparently use the same format of saves. But if there is a problem you can always use this more or less universal online save converter.
     
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    Works fine, tried it myself.
     
  5. Coolperez8
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    Oh, by the way, I've seen videos of people setting up a DSTwo on DS Lite and 3ds, I have both of them, but will it work on DSi?
     
  6. Coolperez8
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    Nevermind, I just saw it will work...
     
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    Yep! DSTWO works on every 2/3/DS/i/XL system made to date. Also, if you end up updating your system before you update the DSTWO, it does have a secondary update mechanism you can use to update the card on a system it won't run on, though it's recommended to avoid doing that when possible.