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So I recently decided to start a new game on HeartGold, and wanted to transfer my Pokemon from the previous save file. So... I backed up the save with TWLSaveTool, deleted my old save on the cartridge, started a new game, backed up the new save, used PKHex to transfer all the Pokemon from the old save to the new save (before getting my starter or Pokedex), restored the new, edited save back onto the cartridge, and continued to play through the game. It didn't seem to have any problems until I opened my Pokedex and noticed that the game will crash when I hover over certain entries (namely Nidoqueen, Blissey, Alakazam). However I can view their summaries in my PC just fine. None of these Pokemon appeared illegitimate in PKHex. Did I maybe screw something up by transferring everything BEFORE getting my Pokedex? Should I have waited until after? Noob PKHex user here I'm using a original 3DS if that helps. Thanks! EDIT: Just tested my theory, restarted, played through the game until I got my Pokedex (and a badge just in case), and transferred everything again with PKHex. Didn't work. Still crashes at the same point. Any other ideas?
1. I downloaded the TWLSaveTool .zip file and extracted it to the root of my microSD card. 2. I also downloaded the .cia file and left it in microSD/cias/TWLSaveTool.cia 3. I switched to my 2DS XL with pokemon dream radar installed. Then I launched homebrew but TWL save tool had an undecipherable caption and lauching it only loaded one line of text (see pictures provided.) After that. the only thing i can do is power off my 2DS which leads to the picture provided that starts with "An exception occurred." 4. Since homebrew didnt work, i tried installing the .cia file now using fbi first and then dev menu. I got the TWLSaveTool to appear on the home menu but launching it results in the scenario i mentioned; black screen with one line of text. WHAT AM I DOING WRONG? CHECK VIDEO PROVIDED AS WELL OF MY 3DS MICRO SD CARD. 20190513_203832.mp4