possible to download saves and place on vita here?

#1OkamiCloud7Posted 12/1/2012 8:39:35 PM
wanna get the dissidia saves and place on vita. can i download them and put them on vita?

if so how. im so lost xD
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#2OkamiCloud7(Topic Creator)Posted 12/1/2012 10:51:35 PM
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#3ZzUniversezZPosted 12/1/2012 11:01:23 PM
Your save depend on your account.So you can't do that...
#4ZzUniversezZPosted 12/1/2012 11:05:45 PM
Sorry i don't read your post.Yes you can do that with psp games.
#5OkamiCloud7(Topic Creator)Posted 12/3/2012 2:51:52 PM
mind if i ask how? i downloaded a save but cant figure out how to get a PSP
Dissidia duo decim onto the vita.
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#6jaekidd1012Posted 12/3/2012 5:22:33 PM
OkamiCloud7 posted...
mind if i ask how? i downloaded a save but cant figure out how to get a PSP
Dissidia duo decim onto the vita.


Can't you just download it straight onto the Vita from the PS Store?
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#7PiesiaPosted 12/3/2012 5:29:35 PM
OkamiCloud7 posted...
mind if i ask how? i downloaded a save but cant figure out how to get a PSP
Dissidia duo decim onto the vita.


You'd download/backup the game using content manager from, say, your psp containg the psn game, then transfer it to your vita just like you transferred the save file.

If you already purchased it on the ps store, you'd just redownload it using your vita.
I don't know if the game is available from PSN.

Best regards,

Piesia
#8gray_fox_00Posted 12/3/2012 5:40:34 PM
He wants the GameFAQs save not the actual game people. You need to use content manager.

1. Create a PSP save, doesn't matter what game.
2. Connect your vita to your PC and open content manager.
3. Choose transfer from vita to PC, PSP save, and copy any save.
4. Find the folder it saved to and drop the file you want to transfer there.
5. Make sure the folder containing the save file is named properly (game id with save, icon, etc files within.
6. On the Vita content manager go back and choose the PC to vita transfer option and if done right it should show up in the PSP save section.
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#9OkamiCloud7(Topic Creator)Posted 12/4/2012 6:33:24 AM
gray_fox_00 posted...
He wants the GameFAQs save not the actual game people. You need to use content manager.

1. Create a PSP save, doesn't matter what game.
2. Connect your vita to your PC and open content manager.
3. Choose transfer from vita to PC, PSP save, and copy any save.
4. Find the folder it saved to and drop the file you want to transfer there.
5. Make sure the folder containing the save file is named properly (game id with save, icon, etc files within.
6. On the Vita content manager go back and choose the PC to vita transfer option and if done right it should show up in the PSP save section.


you my friend are my HERO. so i will let you have my babies! :D

but seriously thank you!
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#10gray_fox_00Posted 12/4/2012 7:26:33 AM
OkamiCloud7 posted...
gray_fox_00 posted...
He wants the GameFAQs save not the actual game people. You need to use content manager.

1. Create a PSP save, doesn't matter what game.
2. Connect your vita to your PC and open content manager.
3. Choose transfer from vita to PC, PSP save, and copy any save.
4. Find the folder it saved to and drop the file you want to transfer there.
5. Make sure the folder containing the save file is named properly (game id with save, icon, etc files within.
6. On the Vita content manager go back and choose the PC to vita transfer option and if done right it should show up in the PSP save section.


you my friend are my HERO. so i will let you have my babies! :D

but seriously thank you!


Lol no problem. I don't know why Sony didn't make it a little easier. Glad to help though.
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