Hacking Saving wifi data

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is there a homebrew applciation that can save/restore a DS's wifi data?

I know yuo can transfer wifi data between two DS's, but are there any programs tat can do this? I will be sending my DS back into nintendo and wanted to know if its possible to save it.
 

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In this case it would probably be best to just go into each WFC config file and write down the connection details for each. That's right, pen and paper. It really won't take long at all, since there's not that much data to write down.
 

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Newer versions of DSOrganize have some pretty awesome wifi options (save to firmware and more options on cart if memory serves), it may be worth a look there.

It is stored in the firmware too but this is getting into the realms of if you have to ask.......

Still assuming a full restore is not on the cards I think it was Chism or Natrium42 that made a firmware decompression app and GBAtek has loads as usual:
http://nocash.emubase.de/gbatek.htm#dswirelesscommunications
 

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In this case it would probably be best to just go into each WFC config file and write down the connection details for each. That's right, pen and paper. It really won't take long at all, since there's not that much data to write down.


thats not what im talking about. I'm talking about keeping my friends code the same, online game details and records, etc, which are also transferred when you transfer wifi data between two DS's.

QUOTEÂ Newer versions of DSOrganize have some pretty awesome wifi options (save to firmware and more options on cart if memory serves), it may be worth a look there.

Thank you, I'll check it out and see if it can do what i had in mind!
 

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