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Sharing memory cards between FPSE and PSXPeria

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16th August 2011, 08:20 PM   |  #1  
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We can guess that most people who are trying PSXPeria have installed FPSE. Seemingly, you can share memory cards between both emulators. If I've understood the instructions properly (I haven't tried it myself):

1) Copy FPSE memory card to "/save" folder from the game we want to cross the saved game.
2) Delete the original filew from PSXperia, called 0.raw or 1.raw.
3) Rename the FPSE .mcd file to "0.raw"

I hope it works for you.
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Originally Posted by Logseman

We can guess that most people who are trying PSXPeria have installed FPSE. Seemingly, you can share memory cards between both emulators. If I've understood the instructions properly (I haven't tried it myself):

1) Copy FPSE memory card to "/save" folder from the game we want to cross the saved game.
2) Delete the original filew from PSXperia, called 0.raw or 1.raw.
3) Rename the FPSE .mcd file to "0.raw"

I hope it works for you.

Nice find, so we can use this method for multi disk games too?

i cant thank you though

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Now that I think about it, this could be a good enhancement for.PSXperia: an in-phone applet to change the savegame names.

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28th November 2011, 06:26 PM   |  #4  
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CONFIRMATON: yep it works.

Find the com.emulator.fpse/memcards/slot1.mcd in data/data .

Then extract slot1.mcd and rename it to 0.raw and delete the original.
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I already used this method works fine indeed
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Originally Posted by Logseman

Now that I think about it, this could be a good enhancement for.PSXperia: an in-phone applet to change the savegame names.

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That would be awesome!
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