PKHeX on pre installed Omega Rubin

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  1. Cleptoradio
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    Hey, i'm new at this forum and i actually don't know if i'm posting this at the right topic, so if not i'm sorry..

    I've got a Nintendo 2DS with pre installed Pokemon Omega Ruby, i once tried to use PKHeX and eded up with a corrupted save data. So is there a possibility to use PKHeX on my version of Omega Ruby or did i just do something wrong?
    Btw excuse me if my english isn't the best..
     
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    proflayton123 Undeclared Shitposter 2.1

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    Does your 2DS have CFW on it for start? A9LH/menuHax + emuNAND

    If yes, go into the homebrew channel and use an app called JKSM - a save manager and extract the save file and load it into PKHeX
     
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    Uhm.. Do you mean Homebrew? Yeah i eddited everything, changed all the data as i wanted to in PKHeX but when i tried to start the game it said that the save data got changed and that my save data is corrupted.
     
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    What did you use to extract the save on homebrew? which app?

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    If you're on 11.2 with no CFW then you have to use a work around.
     

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  5. Cleptoradio
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    I don't know anymore it's been a while since the last time i tried that.
    But my basic question is if it's possible to use pkhex on a preinstalled or digital Omega Ruby version or if i have to do something differntly compared to the disk version.
     
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    Same thing for digital and cartridge, there's no difference. You have to export the save the same way, but the answer to your question is yes.
     
  7. Xiphiidae

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    If you're just using regular homebrew, I recommend using SVDT to export/import your save files, and deleting the secure value when importing your modified save file. There's no difference between pre-installed and purchased digital (or between digital and cartridges, really), I think that the secure value is most likely the cause of your 'corrupted save data' error message.
     
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    Yeah and JKSM deletes the secure data automatically for convenience. You'll never end up with a corrupted save from a dump with JKSV unless you corrupt it in the editing.
     
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    Thanks, I didn't know this; I generally use JKSV more for extdata stuff.