Upgrading to Simply or Real

Discussion in 'M3 Adapter' started by Stray, Oct 31, 2007.

Oct 31, 2007

Upgrading to Simply or Real by Stray at 5:37 PM (911 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. Stray
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    My major concern is losing my progress in those take-forever games.

    Do these other M3 products still use the .dat system for save files? On that note, do other non-M3 cards also follow it? My brother got an EZ5 and He's trying to convince me to upgrade to that.
     
  2. g6team

    Member g6team GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    You can now convert save from older adapter then migrate into the newer M3 Simply or M3 Ds Real.
     
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    the R4 ships with a save converter, which is also available on their website. M3 Simply is just a rebranded R4 (with a jumper set to use the differently-branded loader)
     
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    Isn't there a website somewhere that will convert just about any save to any other cart's type?
     
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    Member iritegood GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Yup, I'm not sure where it's at though, but someone on this site posted a link so I'm sure it's going to show up eventually.
     
  6. Stray
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    yay! My wife was upset because I wanted to sell my M3 for double what I payed for it (as a media player, of course) and upgrading to an M3 or R4, or EZV, because she didnt want to lose her file, but this makes it that much easier!

    Thanks folks!
     

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