is there a way to turn a VBA save file to the GBA save?

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  1. DJPlace
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    DJPlace P!ssed OFF Pyscho of GBA!!

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    is i want to find a way to convter the save for the gba emulataour is that possbile or no?
     
  2. haddad

    haddad GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    Here is how to take nds-gba save --> vba save

     
  3. DJPlace
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    DJPlace P!ssed OFF Pyscho of GBA!!

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    i need a vba save to ndsgba sav is that possbile or should i do that the other way?
     
  4. SignZ

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    sav files from VBA and NDSGBA are perfectly compatible. Doesn't matter if the sav is created on VBA or NDSGBA, it'll work on both.
     
  5. 8BitWalugi

    8BitWalugi Taiyohhhhhh!

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    What if it's an EZFlash IV?
     
  6. haddad

    haddad GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    also should not matter, it should work because I have tried and it works
     
  7. Tybalt1212

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    Can you give us some details on what version and settings you're using? I'm not having any success at all. (Tried using VBA 1.8 and VBA-M with just about every combination of settings I could conceive being relevant. The .sav files just don't show up when I click "load" and I'm told they're not compatible when I click and drag them onto VBA's window.) Thanks in advance!

    EDIT: Well, that was dumb of me. I realise now that I should have been using the in-game ability to load the file.
     
  8. SignZ

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    Options - Emulator - Save Type - Automatic + Flash 64k are my settings with which it's working.