Need help managing save files

Discussion in 'PSP - Games & Content' started by CRXsi, Jan 22, 2009.

  1. CRXsi
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    I'm totally confused. I figured out how to move games on and off the mem card but when I go to move my saves most of them aren't labeled with the name of the game.

    I go to PSP>savedata>folders

    The folders are labeled with UME and UM (something) with numbers. Now in a couple I can find some evidence of a game name but most have nothing. I open the folder and find 3 files. I got as far as checking the image file but that takes forever and some games appear to have more than one folder.

    So what am I misssing? Is there an easy way to move saves from the card to a computer?

    Thanks for any help.
     
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    Or you can just drag the whole folder over to your pc.
     
  4. CRXsi
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    So I'm guessing if Sony has a media manager that someone out there in hackerland has created a better one. Anyone have one in mind?

    And I know you can drag the whole folder to the pc. The problem is, as I stated in the original post, how do you know which save belongs to which game?

    Any reason not to use the sony manager if I'm running CFW?
     
  5. MMMMMike

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    Here's an easy way to figure out which save file goes with which game.
    Simply go into each game, save the game, then check the dates/time of the changes and then you'll know that UL17867405 or whatever is for that game.
     
  6. CRXsi
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    Mike I like your thinking. Then I could make save folders on the pc with each game name. A little work but not too daunting if I'm not switching game saves too often.