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To use a downloaded save file, you must rename the sav to have the same name as the ROM. I.E: poke.gba will load poke.sav. You must also set the cartridge save type in the emulator options to be the same as the sav file.


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The only way for you to actually get those saves is through buying the premium version. So your progress is basically gone until now. However you can save from the game itself, not the emulator. I play Pokemon on the emulator myself and the only way to save is through "start > save". It will mostly not influence your game until you get to some bosses where ...


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In "My Boy!," .sav files are actually hidden in the same folders as the roms themselves. The only way that I found to show these files was to use the Android app "ASTRO File Manager." This app can go to the rom folders and see the hidden .sav files. I would just use ASTRO to copy the .sav files into another folder, which removes whatever property makes ...


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In all likelihood, there is not a way to recover saved files that you have already manually overwritten. However, there is a way to check, in case there were backups etc.. If any backups exist, you would need to manually locate them on your device. Some helpful tips can be found at this question which says: In "My Boy!," .sav files are actually hidden in ...


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You have to save from the start-menu of the game, not from the emulator's menu. If you're afraid you've lost some progress, you can load the savedata from whichever (as far as I know) emulator, so if you get the Premium version now, you could load back what you saved in the Free version.


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See the developer's page for more info. Quoting from the source: What cheat systems are supported? GameShark v1&v3 (As far as we know, Action Replay code is just GameShark v3). Format: XXXXXXXX YYYYYYYY Code Breaker. Format: XXXXXXXX YYYY Raw code. Format could be one of the following: XXXXXXXX YY XXXXXXXX YYYY XXXXXXXX ...


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Assuming you haven't altered the contents of your devices internal storage since your save was last present, the save file can be located from these paths: sdcard/MyBoy/save/%ROMNAME%.sav mnt/sdcard/MyBoy/save/%ROMNAME%.sav storage/emulated/0/MyBoy/save/%ROMNAME%.sav Note: "sdcard" and "0" both represent the storage root. Legacy devices typically use the ...


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You can through various methods: Assuming you haven't altered the contents of your devices internal storage, the saves can be located from these paths: sdcard/MyBoy/save/%ROMNAME%.sav mnt/sdcard/MyBoy/save/%ROMNAME%.sav storage/emulated/0/MyBoy/save/%ROMNAME%.sav Note: "sdcard" and "0" both represent the storage root. Legacy devices typically use the ...


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Your current (GBA Battery) saves will work in the premium version. Based on the site's FAQ, the saves are located in a the root folder of the ROM: In-game save files are named as XXXX.sav, in the same directory as the game file is in. This means that if your ROM is on "/storage/sdcard0/games", then the .sav (which is the battery save) would be in that ...


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After searching through my whole phone, installing android studio, trying to write and android app, failing, installing an app that monitors file operations, and furiously watching the write operations, I managed to solve it. My app was outdated. I updated it. Now the .sav file of the saved states is in the folder where the state files are.


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While I don't think linking them is going to be particularly easy, transferring files between your phones using a computer is more doable. What you can do to get the data from one phone to the other: Find the save on the android phone. Copy to the computer. Iff the emulators use incompatible save files: Convert from one type to the other. Copy to the ...


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You cannot load save states in the free version of MyBoy. Make sure you have the full version.


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