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  1. https://github.com/FIX94/gba-link-cable-dumper/issues/16
  2. This file is 128 KB of garbage data, so something somewhere isn't dumping the save properly.
  3. Try going in and out of sleep mode. This is a Nintendo bug.
  4. I'm interested in editing trash bytes using batch editor, because it would take too long doing it on each Pokémon one by one. But how do I actually do that? Is it even possible? It expects data in byte[] format, but as far as I can tell it's not possible for me to input data in this format, unless I just don't know how to. And unlike what the batch editing guide implies, ProcessPKM function in BatchEditor.cs is of no help (and I haven't been able to find any pointers anywhere else in the code.) If this isn't possible, then I'll probably just dump everything to .pk5 and write something to manually overwrite nickname/OT bytes on the files, and then have PKHeX fix the names after. Which works, but that would be a hassle, so it would be nice if those properties could simply be set in batch editor instead.
  5. Your Vespiquen is not legal. This was a male Combee.
  6. It's ok, it's just that reading what you had written in an earlier post, I was thinking you were in luck since you would have been on an earlier firmware where much easier methods exist, but since you're on a newer firmware, you're stuck with that method, unfortunately. At least it's not so bad. It doesn't require you to buy anything, it just takes time.
  7. Unlikely, because 11.6 didn't come out until September 2017, which is 10 months after SM's release (and 11.7 didn't come out until June 2018, so that's a pretty large time frame during which it could have been played and updated.) But anyway, just do this.
  8. Yeah, it does sound like the update might have altered the overall size of the save data. Which I didn't expect, but oh well. I imagine this is probably important enough that an update should be out Soon™ to make it work again.
  9. Oh, did save file sizes increase with the update? Is there even update stuff available right now? I thought that was for later. If that's the case though, then yeah, I guess you'd have to wait for an update that supports the newer file sizes.
  10. Your save files were not properly dumped/don't use ftp to transfer the file.
  11. See if this might help. Except that in your case it's not necessarily boxes 6 and 7, because the cause of the error is not the same, so try all boxes if needed. You'll probably want to do method #1, get your .sav file the same way you usually do, and you can probably use pkhex instead of pokegen. Otherwise you could upload your save file and see if someone can figure out how to fix it.
  12. Fairly certain pkhex already automatically increments these numbers in certain circumstances, when dragging .pk* files into boxes. Otherwise use PokeTrainerS.
  13. https://github.com/kwsch/PKHeX/issues/2504
  14. https://github.com/kwsch/PKHeX/issues/2609
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