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I have most of my games bought of the eShop on my 3ds. Is there any way to move them, including the saves if possible, to the Gateway so thatI can use it on my Japanese new 3ds?
 

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I have most of my games bought of the eShop on my 3ds. Is there any way to move them, including the saves if possible, to the Gateway so thatI can use it on my Japanese new 3ds?
Yes, as long as your o3DS is 9.2 or below.

For games: https://gbatemp.net/threads/release...p-content-super-easy-and-fast-2-1-fix.376941/
Use rxTools to get the title keys as mentioned in the thread, all it requires is an o3DS system on 9.2 or below that has been updated online at some point so that it has the web browser installed.

And you can also convert them to .3ds afterwards to use them on the GW cart instead of as .cia: https://gbatemp.net/threads/release-3ds-simple-cia-converter.384559/

For saves: http://gbatemp.net/threads/tutorial...v-to-eshop-3ds-3dz-with-savedatafiler.380246/
 

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