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  1. mrdude

    OP mrdude GBAtemp Advanced Fan
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    For those with fat32 formatted sd cards, here's a script to automatically split and rename your xci files for use with sx os. I tested on a couple of xci files and it seems to work fine.

    Note: Card 2 games will not show an icon properly, in sx os xci menu or game info - but the game works fine, this is an issue with card 2 games (sx os). Also make sure you xci game names don't have weird characters in the name such as [] as the files won't rename properly.
     

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  2. Purple_Shyguy

    Purple_Shyguy GBAtemp Maniac
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    Is it faster than Xci cutter? If it is then *dabs* good stuff.
     
  3. mrdude

    OP mrdude GBAtemp Advanced Fan
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    It's pretty fast, and you don't need to rename your files afterwards - just drag your xci file onto the batch file and everything is done automatically for you.
     
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  4. soaresden

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    @mrdude Could it be possible to have the reverse powershell ?
    To remake a XCI ?

    Thanks !
     
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