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  1. They’re the same across regions/versions; these flags match up with my US cart of SoulSilver fine.
  2. These 4 event flags have been added as of the latest commit: https://github.com/kwsch/PKHeX/commit/c75a12c934a466f07063346f4568d3aa8bfed38a
  3. In this guide I'll be going over the (very) simple process of dumping your Nintendo Switch Pokémon titles for use with pkNX. This will work with the following games: • Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! / Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee! • Pokémon Sword / Pokémon Shield* * For Sword and Shield, pkNX operates under the assumption that your dumped ROM includes the Ver. 1.2.0 patch. What you'll need: • A Nintendo Switch running Custom Firmware (preferably Atmosphère) • The latest release of NXDumpTool • The latest build of pkNX (steps on how to get the latest build can be found on its forum post) • Your console keys/title keys (you can obtain these files using Lockpick_RCM; send the RCM payload to your console, dump keys from your specified NAND, and boot into CFW) • A microSD Card with enough free space to dump your game (~5GB for LGPE, ~11GB for SWSH) • Means of transferring files between your microSD Card and computer • A computer running any recent Windows OS in order to run pkNX Steps: 1. Get into The Homebrew Menu as per your Custom Firmware 2. Run NXDumpTool 3. Select Dump gamecard content if you have a physical copy of the game, and make sure your Game Card is inserted 4. Select Dump installed SD card / eMMC content if you have a digital copy of the game, and navigate to your game of choice 5. Select RomFS options 6. Navigate to Use update/DLC and press Right on your D-Pad to change it from No to the latest patch The latest patch will read as follows, depending on your game: (Ver. 1.0.2) Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! - 010003F003A34000 v131072 (0.0.2.0) (UPD) (Ver. 1.0.2) Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee! - 0100187003A36000 v131072 (0.0.2.0) (UPD) (Ver. 1.2.0) Pokémon Sword - 0100ABF008968000 v196608 (0.0.3.0) (UPD) (Ver. 1.2.0) Pokémon Shield - 01008DB008C2C000 v196608 (0.0.3.0) (UPD) (Ver. 1.2.1) Pokémon Sword - 0100ABF008968000 v262144 (0.0.4.0) (UPD) (Ver. 1.2.1) Pokémon Shield - 01008DB008C2C000 v262144 (0.0.4.0) (UPD) 7. Navigate back to the top of the list and select RomFS section data dump This process will take some time; be patient, let it properly dump all of the contents and don't power off your console! 8. Press B to back out several times, and repeat Steps 3 through 7, only this time instead of selecting RomFS options, select ExeFS options 9. Your dumps will be located in the following path on your SD Card: sd:/switch/nxdumptool/ 10. Inside the RomFS folder, and the ExeFS folder, you should be greeted to your ROM dump 11. The folders inside RomFS and ExeFS will be named after your ROM dump; rename them to romfs and exefs respectively, and then move them to one big folder containing both of these folders So, for example, you will have one massive folder named Sword and inside this folder there will be two other folders named romfs and exefs 12. Run pkNX and load the merged folder you just moved to your computer 13. Edit/randomize away! Once your changes have been made, a patch folder for use with LayeredFS will be generated in your ROM dump folder. Move this folder to sd:/atmosphere/contents/ (or whichever other location if you choose to not use Atmosphère) in order for your changes to be reflected in-game.
  4. In this guide I'll be going over the (very) simple process of dumping your Nintendo Switch Pokémon titles for use with pkNX. This will work with the following games: • Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! / Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee! • Pokémon Sword / Pokémon Shield* * For Sword and Shield, pkNX operates under the assumption that your dumped ROM includes the Ver. 1.2.0 patch. What you'll need: • A Nintendo Switch running Custom Firmware (preferably Atmosphère) • The latest release of NXDumpTool • The latest build of pkNX (steps on how to get the latest build can be found on its forum post) • Your console keys/title keys (you can obtain these files using Lockpick_RCM; send the RCM payload to your console, dump keys from your specified NAND, and boot into CFW) • A microSD Card with enough free space to dump your game (~5GB for LGPE, ~11GB for SWSH) • Means of transferring files between your microSD Card and computer • A computer running any recent Windows OS in order to run pkNX Steps: 1. Get into The Homebrew Menu as per your Custom Firmware 2. Run NXDumpTool 3. Select Dump gamecard content if you have a physical copy of the game, and make sure your Game Card is inserted 4. Select Dump installed SD card / eMMC content if you have a digital copy of the game, and navigate to your game of choice 5. Select RomFS options 6. Navigate to Use update/DLC and press Right on your D-Pad to change it from No to the latest patch The latest patch will read as follows, depending on your game: (Ver. 1.0.2) Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! - 010003F003A34000 v131072 (0.0.2.0) (UPD) (Ver. 1.0.2) Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee! - 0100187003A36000 v131072 (0.0.2.0) (UPD) (Ver. 1.2.0) Pokémon Sword - 0100ABF008968000 v196608 (0.0.3.0) (UPD) (Ver. 1.2.0) Pokémon Shield - 01008DB008C2C000 v196608 (0.0.3.0) (UPD) (Ver. 1.2.1) Pokémon Sword - 0100ABF008968000 v262144 (0.0.4.0) (UPD) (Ver. 1.2.1) Pokémon Shield - 01008DB008C2C000 v262144 (0.0.4.0) (UPD) 7. Navigate back to the top of the list and select RomFS section data dump This process will take some time; be patient, let it properly dump all of the contents and don't power off your console! 8. Press B to back out several times, and repeat Steps 3 through 7, only this time instead of selecting RomFS options, select ExeFS options 9. Your dumps will be located in the following path on your SD Card: sd:/switch/nxdumptool/ 10. Inside the RomFS folder, and the ExeFS folder, you should be greeted to your ROM dump 11. The folders inside RomFS and ExeFS will be named after your ROM dump; rename them to romfs and exefs respectively, and then move them to one big folder containing both of these folders So, for example, you will have one massive folder named Sword and inside this folder there will be two other folders named romfs and exefs 12. Run pkNX and load the merged folder you just moved to your computer 13. Edit/randomize away! Once your changes have been made, a patch folder for use with LayeredFS will be generated in your ROM dump folder. Move this folder to sd:/atmosphere/contents/ (or whichever other location if you choose to not use Atmosphère) in order for your changes to be reflected in-game. View full tutorial
  5. Your ROM dump doesn't include the Ver. 1.2.0 patch; Personal entries were resized from 0xA8 to 0xB0. Dump it properly from your console including the latest patch.
  6. Latest commit has nothing to do with loading game data, so it's unrelated to your problem. You likely haven't built the project correctly or the program is loading an invalid ROM dump on startup.
  7. Not a bug, but could be reworked. TM93, TM94, and TM95 were introduced in Generation 5 so their indexes aren't immediately after TM92. TM92: 419 (0x01A3) TM93: 618 (0x026A)
  8. Support is generally only going to be provided when you use the tool to make edits that are at least somewhat within the boundaries of the game. Anything related to "MissingNo. raids" isn't a problem with the tool and you should look elsewhere for help pertaining to it.
  9. 1. Homebrew Channel was used for the Wii; if you're referring to the 3DS, that's the Homebrew Launcher, to which the answer is yes (see this guide). If you mean Switch, see this guide. 2. There are Homebrew alternatives to PKHeX such as PKSM, though they are different in terms of use and I'd personally recommend PKHeX + Checkpoint as your save manager of choice. You can also use ftpd to quickly move your save data over from 3DS/Switch to PC. 3. On 3DS, you're basically as safe as can be and nobody's been banned for just running Homebrew. On Switch, nobody's been banned for just using Homebrew, mainly only for piracy and cheating online. If you're only using Homebrew to do save edits and offline ROM hacks (such as a randomizer) then you'll be fine. 4. PKHeX is strictly a save editor and only deals with editing what your save file has in it (Pokémon, Items, Trainer Info, etc). pk3DS and pkNX are ROM editors which serve the purpose of editing/randomizing your game.
  10. Has already been reported and fixed for some time, please ignore the check and wait until the next release. https://github.com/kwsch/PKHeX/commit/0b5116f5677d244fc4de9ebb68cfd1cfc46d7dd1
  11. This has been fixed since ~13 days ago (just after the last release). You can ignore that invalid check until the next release.
  12. Melmetal isn't available in any games until LGPE. Your PK8 probably has bad data, so if you can, please share it like the above post says. I'm unable to replicate this with any Melmetal (transferred from LGPE legitimately or hacked into SWSH).
  13. You can convert your past-gen Pokémon to PK8s in PKHeX temporarily to view the Shiny Xor. Hover over the Pokémon's PID to see it (0 is Squares, 1-15 are Stars). It will also show the type of sparkles in the top-left corner (yellow Square or red Star). PKHeX doesn't currently show the Shiny Xor on hover outside of Gen 8 save files. If a Pokémon is Shiny and was met in a Fateful Encounter, its Shiny sparkles will always be Squares regardless of PID, so most Event Pokémon will be Squares instead of Stars.
  14. On top of what's been posted above, do note that the file you've provided isn't valid save data. Opening in a hex editor shows that every byte is just 0xFF.
  15. There won't be a way to have those Pokémon be legal until the future. Unovan Darmanitan, while in SWSH right now, is unobtainable without HOME releasing in February 2020. Nidoran♂ is not available in SWSH and will be a part of the patch that'll release come the time The Crown Tundra DLC releases in Fall 2020. PKHeX correctly flags these two as illegal since, as of now, they're unobtainable without cheating.
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