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How is the save transfers from and back to carts on that thing?

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General Discussion / Re: Firmware history and/or official site?
« on: 25/Sep/2018 06:38:22 PM »
Somebody should set up a new site of their own with the updates from Skaman and Wanadoo cause I think Matthias seems to be too absent to be able to keep people up to date unfortunately.

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General Discussion / Re: Progress on N64/GBA save support?
« on: 25/Sep/2018 06:36:35 PM »
Yeah being able to back up GBA saves is the next thing I'm most hoping for. :)

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General Discussion / Re: SEGA SMS/GG Firmware (FW v0.24)
« on: 25/Sep/2018 06:34:37 PM »
Is anyone ever going to consider making a few GG plugins and selling them at a profit for the less technical of us out there?

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Both wanadoo and skaman are legends over here. I wasn't aware there was any snes sram that still wasn't working. Even reproduction games seem to be able to copy back and forth srams without any problem.

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General Discussion / Re: DIY SMS/Game Gear Plug-in?
« on: 14/Jun/2018 05:11:21 AM »
I wish someone made and sold a batch of Gamegear ones. I would certainly get one asap.

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Support / Re: Gameboy saves no longer transfering to the Retrode
« on: 02/Apr/2018 11:48:59 PM »
Tried it out and it worked! Problem solved. :)

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Support / Re: Gameboy saves no longer transfering to the Retrode
« on: 02/Apr/2018 03:43:47 PM »
Thanks a bunch Wannado. I'm going to try that out! :)

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Support / Re: Gameboy saves no longer transfering to the Retrode
« on: 25/Mar/2018 08:28:46 PM »
Thank you Wannado. I tried that and unfortunately it doesn't work. When I delete the save file it says the Retrode has 512b of free space. The save I had from before was 8kb, and so I still get the message from the image in the initial post. If I save a game and copy that 512b file out of the retrode, delete it from the retrode, and move back that recent one will transfer back and the newly created save will still be there.

In the past all Game Boy games I had transferred saves out from the cartridge to the computer have worked, and a few that started on the computer (via emulator) to the original cart worked as well. From all appearances all this still happens and functions properly except this one title. Thinking back I can't even be sure that this game's save had ever been back and forth with the Retrode. It might have been only through an emulator. Still it's odd since other games using the same emulator did work being sent back, and I checked the rom version I have for this game and it seems to match "Final Fantasy Adventure (U)" which should be the us version of the game, which is the same as the cartridge itself.

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Support / Re: Gameboy saves no longer transfering to the Retrode
« on: 25/Mar/2018 07:37:24 PM »
Ok I tried with Wario Land: Mario Land 3 and it works fine. So the problem might just be Seiken Densetsu aka Final Fantasy Adventure. My cart is the US ntsc version. and the save was from the same version.

When I start a new game, save and transfer that save it gives me a 1kb file (or in properties it even says 512 bytes). Which is weird. The previous was 8kb and so it can't be transfered back. Not too sure what happened, but I don't want to waste your time for a single game. Thanks Skaman, everything you do has been so awesome for the retrode.

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Support / Re: Gameboy saves no longer transfering to the Retrode
« on: 25/Mar/2018 07:32:27 PM »
Thanks for the reply. Actually I reverted to .20 to try, which was the one I had previously, and it's also not working. So for now I'm back in .24. Truth is I hadn't done game boy save transfers since .17 or .18 I think. Back then the save format was .srm.

I'm going to try other games than Final Fantasy Adventure just to make sure it's not just this one game.

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I've updated to firmware v0.24 and can't seem to be able to transfer save files back. Now it seems save files use .sav instead or srm so I copy and paste the name including the extension to my existing saves but when I transfer them I get this message saying the file size is too big. The .sav I'm trying to move is 8kb.


Here's the message I get.
https://i.imgur.com/iRj9UtE.jpg

Has something changed in recent versions? I have the save/write setting to 0, but I tried with 1 as well to no avail.

I noticed going through my backups that some games have 8kb, and some 32kb saves from the previous versions (used to be srms). This particular game Final Fantasy Adventure is 8kb and called Seiken Densetsu for the rom and save file.

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. :)

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In the past I lost data in save 1 and 3 but 2 always worked. I haven't tried recently but maybe 1 and 2 now work.

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General Discussion / Re: N64 Save Support (FW v0.23)
« on: 29/Dec/2017 05:13:35 PM »
skaman you are incredible. This is such great news. Now I can't wait for them to reprint the N64 plugin so that I can get one and put it to use.

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General Discussion / Re: SEGA SMS/GG Firmware (BETA)
« on: 29/Dec/2017 05:12:07 PM »
Wow that looks so great. I wish someone would mass produce the Gamegear plugin. I'd love to have one and wouldn't be able to make one myself.

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