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#418158 by skandababy
Thu May 04, 2017 2:43 pm
I have 2 PSVitas. One is using 3.65 (Vita #1)and the other is using 3.60 (Vita #2). Vita #1 is using FW 3.65, and it's linked to the Euro PSN. I have purchased many games from the Euro PSN for this device. I want to transfer my saves to Vita #2 that's running Henkaku. Vita #2 is linked to the USA PSN. Basically, I'm using 2 different FW's, 2 different PSN accounts, 2 different regions, and only one Henkaku device.

How can I transfer my saves from Vita #1 to Vita #2?

Vita #1:
FW 3.65
PSN Account: EU
Saves are also saved to my PS Plus service

Vita #2:
FW 3.60
PSN Account: USA

If I've forgotten any information, I apologize, just let me know and I'll post it.
#418164 by fate6
Thu May 04, 2017 5:44 pm
One option is to backup your games with QCMA then extract the contents of the backup with psvimgtools to get the save, You can then use the save manager homebrew on HENkaku to "install" the saves on the other Vita.
#418175 by fate6
Thu May 04, 2017 10:30 pm
QCMA exists because there is no linux version of CMA, It was then made available for OSX and Windows as well since it has a few extra features that CMA doesn't.

It was never meant for CFW

Anywhoo! you will need to backup the whole game to your PC since thats the only way to get the save out of the 3.65 Vita, From there you need to find your key using this here

Also download psvimgtools or the GUI version ... /releases/

You can then decrypt and dump the files from the backup that QCMA/CMA makes on your PC including the games save.
And finally if you use the SaveManager you can "install" the saves on the HENkaku Vita.
#418216 by skandababy
Sat May 06, 2017 10:23 pm
I understand now. Since I've never used QCMA before, AND I only ever saw it mentioned in Henkaku discussions, I wrongly assumed that it was a CFW tool, thank you for explaining that to me. Also, thank you for the details and the steps, this is exactly I was looking for. I'll report back afterwards, and add anything I can to help others who may read this later. Kind regards fate6.

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