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Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by JK_, Feb 1, 2016.
I can give you mine if you want, it's not completely 100% but it has all masks.
Weird....it doesn't seem to detect Pokemon Shuffle for me.Though I have a blank entry between the games in the list so that might be the slot for it, but I can't access it.Other than that good job, is a very nice save manager !
Wow. Very nice work . Congrats. If you can send me the save then I would appreciate it. Thank you.
Just for clarification.
I did a backup of my ACNL save. Now I can start a new game with the possibility to reimport my first 'original' save at any time?
Nonetheless great job, waited for this a long time.
Yes you can!
100 percent complete legitimately done by me game anyone?
PM'd you my save
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As I previously said, "pretty sure there's no limit"..I'm gonna say there are no limits.
@JK_ I did find two minor bugs. If you just put a . as the title, it adds 3 entries named after the actual save files (like save0.bin save1.bin etc) to the list
Also, extremely minor, but when you're in the import save section and the list is so long that you can scroll (I wonder if anyone who is not doing it for testing will actually end up in that situation, haha) - if you hit up on the D-pad, the cursor is below what is visible, sort of like the left and right D-pad bug in the early version.
Worked perfectly . Thank you once again.
Suggestion: button to auto-input date as filename.
Otherwise: amazing and very useful job, thank you!
would it be possible to put both the saves and exdata folder into a Savemanager folder?
Is there current functionallity/future plans to export and import saves in bulk? Itd seem very useful for backup/transferring systems.
It's flawless! This is the new future for CFW users! I wish it'd work with Gateway saves, but ah well Guess they'd need to be decrypted first.
My only TINY complaint is how you HAVE to name your saves. It's a HANDY feature, but I wish it would default to something like "Save 1, save 2, etc" so I won't have to come up with a creative name for the save. In a way that if I did have a specific name I wanted for it, I can simply backspace the default given name and add my own.
Other than that I LOVE IT! I just also wish there was a folder on the root that had BOTH saves and extdata folders.
Instead of having two separate folders. More reason to clutter my SD card
Edit: Most of this was already suggested by users above me
Back in the day, we had to find the title ID for games and that was a chore. Now I just wish there was an easy way to know for sure, what games save the majority of it's savedata. Either in save, or extdata. Take Fantasy Life for example, if you didn't know that the game uses Extdata for it's main save data, you would backup the save and not even know that extdata was where all it's saves are at.
Great app It worked along pkhex like a charm I had tried different methods but without success
I would like to second the bulk export request. It would help with my regular backup schedule.
Can i use this to restore savs from EUR cia to USA cia ?
If possible, maybe it will be a good option to integrate code from AGBSave9 and TWLSaveTool to support everything the 3DS family can run. That´ll make this app the most complete one.
Depends, some games don't care, while others need a few edits. SM3DL will transfer flawlessly, while Paper Jam won't (found out the hard way )
I think I saw someone suggest it, but just in case, you should totally make a feature where it backs up every save file for digital software with a naming convention "Game Title - [Month] [DD], [YYYY]" or just "Game Title - [Month] [DD], [YY]". I'd really find it useful to back EVERYTHING up once a month.
To add to this suggestion, can you also make a button command where, say, you press Y to insert the 3DS' current date in the format from above (whichever you choose for the batch backup feature)? That way I can easily type "Pokemon Y Before Elite 4" and just insert the date with the push of a button.