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Discussion in '3DS - Flashcards & Custom Firmwares' started by alex61194, Mar 2, 2016.
i want to try saphire can i use my ruby save? i have cfw and i can extract the save
Why ? You wouldn't be able to use your pokemon without the badges to begin with. If you're gonna start a game where the only difference is story, you might as well start clean
cuase the exclusives pokemon (no legendarys of course) i want to resume my savegame in saphire exactly like i leave the game in rubi with all story clear etc
Ahhh I see. Then you should be able to extract the save , change a couple numbers , then inject. As far as I know, the saves can be used with each other. I may be wrong though, as I've never tried it. Hope you find out how
Extract your saves, find your TID/SID. Dump your boxes into a folder via pkhex, and use the pkhex variant mass editor to apply your SID/ID to every pokemon. Import the boxes. Your pokemon should be registered as yours and will listen to you regardless of badge count. Proceed to catch version exclusives and stomp the game. Or you can use the homebrew pokebank maybe.
You can just put a save from one fame right into the other game.
dump both of them with savedatafiler, back up the folders, swap the folders names, restore with savedatafiler, delete exdata.
just a theory though.
I put a save from Y in X so i'm guessing you can, yes.
many people answer, but has anyone actually done this themselves for or and as?
i will try
save is corrupted said to me saphire
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how you did?
do it from a fresh install of the game
Honestly it be easiest to just extract the saves, copy all the pokemon you want and inject them into the other save. Use pkhex. You will of course have to change the trainer ID on EVERY pokemon you wanna actually use.
FYI, there is no difference in games besides what is native to the version.
well i was goign to do that but my sd format because magic and im restoring 16 gb of data
If you inject the save, you'll have to make sure you delete the secure value.
A good number of games, such as Animal Crossing and the Pokemon games, store a magic value in the save and the same one in NAND, so you can't go savescum (though you also can't restore from backup on vanilla 3DS, RIP).
For these games, you need to delete said value from the NAND, which SDF is capable of.
yeah i know about that i inject my pokemons of my original rubi of 2003 (i extract the save with r4) and inject it in omega ruby but the error of secure value is something like "this save isnt your save" while the error i get from use the omega ruby save in saphire is data corrupted i guess it cant be done