Removing the M3 FW from Sakura?

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Aug 24, 2009
  1. geminisama
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    Member geminisama Metsu

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    As the title says, is it possible to get rid of the M3 Real FW from Sakura? I've never once used it, and would like some extra space; so it would be nice.

    Thanks for any help.
     
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    I don't think it's possible as Sakura uses touchpod's engine to run...not 100% sure but I believe that is how it works.
     
  3. DeltaBurnt

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    Yah it's impossible to remove them because they're basically fused.

    And you might need it if some sort of like cheat or homebrew doesn't work on Sakura.
     
  4. dsrules

    Member dsrules GBAtemp Psycho!

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    here are some files you could delete:
    FONT folder
    skin1 skin2 folders
    all menu.* files
    all minigame.* files
    all homebrew.* files
    all intro* files
    it'll save you like 5MB of free space
     
  5. Joe88

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    saverdb (or what ever its called) can be deleted

    its just some saves for JP games
    its 9MB total
     
  6. geminisama
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    Good idea. I don't play untranslated JP games, so you just saved me 9mb!
     
  7. MasterMan

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    I think saverdb was for the save restore function of M3Sakura.
     
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    it holds saves for problematic games that have save creation problems, usually anything bigger then the 512kb save usually gets taken from there
     

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