Transfer R4 save to original game

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Oct 30, 2007
  1. fsapo
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    Newcomer fsapo Member

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    If it IS possible... how can I do it and is it dangerous?

    I want to buy Final Fantasy III but don't want to lose my 25+ hours save.

    Thanx.
     
  2. Grimalkin

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    It's possible with an Action Replay I believe. But don't quote me on that, I've only heard that you could do .sav backups, so why not?
     
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    You can do it with a program called savesender, if you have wifi. Look in the GBATemp download center.
     
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    Yeah, I'm pretty sure you can do it with both savesender OR Action Replay. =]
     
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    Thanx guys.

    Is there some chance of damaging the catridge using this? Anyone who transfered a save from R4 to the original catridge can confirm that it works?
     
  7. Grimalkin

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    Works, I just tried it on Pokemans. Make sure you read the tutorial on the website.

    Tutorial
     
  8. madlobster

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    No, the worst that can possibly happen is that you can't transfer the save over and delete the save already on the cartridge. There's no way you'll damage a ROM cartridge like a DS game.
     

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