Is there a way to decrypt saves on pc?

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  1. ChaoticCinnabon
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    ChaoticCinnabon GBAtemp Regular

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    ???
    I have a stardew valley save that i backed up (in ps vita format it seems) and i'm trying to use it on my pc, is there a tool that decrypts them on pc or is it not usable?
     
  2. eighthdayregret

    eighthdayregret fnerrrrrrrrrr!

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    Go to your savedata folder in VitaShell, find your Stardew Valley save, press triangle and choose "Open Decrypted."
    Copy the files you want to the root of your memory stick, connect the Vita to your PC, and copy the files over.
     
  3. froid_san

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    you can decrypt your saves on the PC using psvpfstools

    you can use the command:

    Code:
    psvpfsparser -i [input folder] -o [ouput folder] -f http://cma.henkaku.xyz
    
    for example:
    md savegames\PCSE01235\SLOT9 (to create output folder)
    psvpfsparser -i PCSE01235 -o savegames\PCSE01235\SLOT9 -f http://cma.henkaku.xyz
    
    
     
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  4. ChaoticCinnabon
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    ChaoticCinnabon GBAtemp Regular

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    I try to use it but it responds with "sealedkey does not exist."
     
  5. kaymynd

    kaymynd Member

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    If you go into a bit more detail about what your goal is with the savedata, i might be able to help, what exactly are you trying to do with the save?
    Also you can make a new savedata and get the sealed key from new savedata and transfer to old savedata.
     
  6. ChaoticCinnabon
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    ChaoticCinnabon GBAtemp Regular

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    It was a Stardew valley save that lost it's format (it went from sys to just "file") and i'm trying to convert it to a PC save file as I've heard when decrypted it's literally a PC save. the only form i have it in is the said "file format"
     
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