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Everything posted by AlamosIT

  1. mGBA usually creates a save file named *ROM NAME*.sav in the same folder of the rom file. You can directly import it to PKHeX
  2. You can use this plugin (but it's currently broken with newer PKHeX version, so you have to use an old one). Or you can use this stand-alone software.
  3. Yep, I personally used my actual GameCube with Pokémon Channel to download a Jirachi on a dead Sapphire cartridge.
  4. Jirachi can be redeemed also with a not-working RTC. But not Zigzagoon. You can't download it from GBA distribution rom or GC demo disc with a Ruby/Sapphire cart without a working RTC battery.
  5. It is possible to do this without restarting the game. First of all you have to change the internal battery, but it's not enough. When you install a new battery, the RTC (real time clock) restarts from 01/01/2000. The game keeps track of played hours, so if you (for example) have played for 10 years and then the battery died you should wait others 10 years to reach the "next day" in-game. Fortunately this little homebrew software can resolve the problem. You can use either a GBA/GBA SP with a GBA flashcart (like EZ Flash Omega) or a DS/DS lite with a DS flashcart (like R4). GBA VERSION: Download rtcread.zip Extract rtcread_mb.gba in the SD card of your GBA flashcart Start rtcread_mb.gba then remove the flashcart from the GBA when it's prompt (without turning it off) Insert your copy of Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald (the software should recognize the game) Set date and time of today Save NDS VERSION Download rtcread-ds.zip Extract and copy rtcread-ds.nds in the SD card of your R4 Insert your Pokémon Ruby/Sapphire/Emerald in SLOT-2 and your R4 in SLOT-1 of your DS Start rtcread-ds.nds from R4 menu and set date and time of today Save
  6. Have you tried to start the game with the DS are you using? Just to be sure that the slot-2 works correctly. Have you tried to use another SD card with your R4 or another SD-to-PC adapter? In the unlikely case it's a reprodution cart somebody sold you as original back in time, you should try to dump the rom and looking for a save file nested in it with this tool.
  7. Hello, I have been using PKHeX for a long time with my old laptop and I recently built a new desktop PC with a 32" 4K display. With 150% resizing layout I noticed that PKHeX looks blurry, so I looked for some optimizations but the only one I found is this for high DPI. Now it isn't blurry, but it still does't work at the best. Anyone have any others suggestions?
  8. Did you restore your save file with Checkpoint once you have replaced it?
  9. With me everything works with My Pokémon Ranch and SaveGame Manager GX. How do you have modded your Wii? Maybe there is something wrong with cIOS installation.
  10. Maybe DS/DSi functionality was broken when you install CFW, it could happen. Following this guide you shoud be able to fix it.
  11. Yes, Masuda method works also in SwSh, according to Bulbapedia.
  12. Before the update it didn't even start, like the game was incompatible. Now should be ok (I just tried editing something and it worked). Thanks!
  13. If TWL Save Tool still doesn't work you can try this NDS Homebrew app that can be used also with 3DS via TWiLight Menu++ Releases · edo9300/ndsi-savedumper (github.com) Or maybe this, a NDS/DSi tool inspired by GodMode9, that exists also in cia version. Releases · DS-Homebrew/GodMode9i (github.com)
  14. If you import that Mew in your original 1st gen cartridge there won't be any problems, even if PKHeX flags it as illegal. But if you are playing with 3DS Virtual Console the only legal distributions are this from UK or this from JPN.
  15. Hello, just another rapid question. Will this plugin support BDSP and PLA in the future?
  16. I finally found a JAP version of the System Settings app and I can confirm it works
  17. Citra sadly can't directly change subregion settings and even country sometimes is buggy (I set to Italy but the games read it as Russia), but using System Settings app worked. As far as I know, PKHeX can emulate local trade. So if you have one PKHeX tab with your original save file and another with a one of these save files and you move a Pokémon between them it's like a real trade (with right memory, last OT, etc). Find US version of System Settings app is easy (just google "3ds system settings app"), but I didn't find the japanese one.
  18. Now I tried with Germany/Nordrhein-Westfalen for Continental Vivillon and it also worked. The problem is that, besides EUR and US versions of System Settings app, I don't know where to find a JP version in order to set up properly Citra for Elegant form.
  19. Ok. I tried with a dumped version of my european Pokémon X. I changed the 3DS region in Citra to US, then I used the US version of 3DS System Settings app (the version I personally dumped from my EUR 3DS doesn't work with US configuration) to change the region to Colombia and the subregion to Atlántico. Then I started a new game. Now PKHeX says "Archipelago" Vivillon form as it should be in this region. Seems it worked.
  20. Uh yes, I did not think about it. We could try.
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