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MonsterHunterX > MonsterHunterGen Save Transfer

MattKimura Jul 11, 2016

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    MattKimura Chaos Contributor Staff Member VIP

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    Guide originally created by STRUTHM80 on 4chan


    MHX > MHGen Save Transfer


    What you'll need:

    -3DS with CFW or Homebrew
    -Monster Hunter Generations
    -Monster Hunter X
    -JKSM for CFW, also JKSM is available for Homebrew (If you don't have CFW)
    -This handy tool courtesy of a based anon from /mhg/
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    Step 1: Use JKSM to extract the ExtData of MHX and copy that from your SD card to your PC (also extract the ExtData for MHGen, this'll make a later step easier)
    Step 2: Extract the Release.zip file into a folder
    Step 3: Copy the system file from ExtData to that folder
    Step 4: Drag and drop the system file onto cgen.exe
    Step 5: Grab the two output files from the Out folder and put them into the JKSM ExtData folder on your SD card that you created for MHGen in step 1
    Step 6: Open JKSM and import the extdata to MHGen

    Enjoy!
     
    Last edited: Jul 11, 2016
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    Boltaanjistman Active Member

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    that worked great, thanks
     
  3. tuksoil

    tuksoil New Member

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    thanks, now i can continue my saves without the help of another annoying hunter
     
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