NDS-SAVES to SLOT-2

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Mar 22, 2011

NDS-SAVES to SLOT-2 by demonicstrife at 6:08 AM (1,444 Views / 0 Likes) 2 replies

  1. demonicstrife
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    marc_max has released a new SLOT-2 save backup tool that is compatible with a majority of games, including Pokemon HG/SS and Black/White.


    NOTE: THIS SOFTWARE CAN DAMAGE YOUR NDS SAVEGAMES. USE IT AT YOUR OWN RISK.

    NDS-SAVES to SLOT-2 can make valid backups of Nintendo DS games' savedata and it can also restore them.

    Features:
    - backups/restores savedata from almost all Nintendo DS games
    - this tool doesn't require Wi-Fi, FTP nor 3-in-1 expansions
    - it only runs from SLOT-2 flashcards (previously DLDI patched)
    - compatible with Pokémon HG/SS and Pokémon B/W



    This tool only works when ran from SLOT-2 flashcards, it's based on what Pokedoc released some months ago.

    However, his method needs Wi-Fi+FTP or a 3-in-1 expansion. My application (which is mostly based on his code) uses old SLOT-2 flashcards to achieve the same as Pokedoc: make backups of Pokémon HG/SS/B/W savegames.
    So if you still keep your old SLOT-2 flashcards and want to backup/restore savegames from retail Pokémon HG/SS/B/W carts, this is your solution [​IMG]

    Remember that you must patch the .nds file using the correct DLDI for your device.

    Download NDS-SAVES to SLOT-2[/p]

    You can still backup save files using Slot-1, but Slot-2 is required for restoring save files.

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    Ahh, okay. Didn't see that.
     

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