Homebrew [Request] Is there a Pokemon Omega ruby & Saphire Save editor?

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Greetings,

I have a question if there is a save editor for Pokemon Omega Ruby or Saphire?
I see there is a way to use modifications with Powersaver?

But is there also a way to transfer my save with JK and than edit my box.
Or transfer a save from someone else that have all pokemons?

I hope someone can help me out.


PS: Can my post be moved to the right section.
Thank you :D
 
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Sorry for this question.

I hope someone can transfer this one to the right section.
Thank you.

I read when i open this section.

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Sorry for this question.

I hope someone can transfer this one to the right section.
Thank you.

I read when i open this section.

Post Here Nintendo 3ds Related tutorials and FAQ's ( Frequently asked Questions ) All other kind of treads will be deleted or moved.
Ah yeah, I didn't even notice it was here. Report your main post and request for it to be moved.
 

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I use PCHex++, Its an awsome save editor! Specially if its Cia!
Unless I just don't know how to use it, PKHex++ is very limited compared to the PC version. Not knocking it... it's awesomely convenient for certain things but if you want a lot more options, PC version can't be beat. It does require you to export and import your savedata using a save manager though.
 
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Unless I just don't know how to use it, PKHex++ is very limited compared to the PC version. Not knocking it... it's awesomely convenient for certain things but if you want a lot more options, PC version can't be beat. It does require you to export and import your savedata using a save manager though.
Pkhex++ is only good if you only want to edit your Pokemon and not everything you own in game. Both are amazing tools eitherway
 

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Unless I just don't know how to use it, PKHex++ is very limited compared to the PC version. Not knocking it... it's awesomely convenient for certain things but if you want a lot more options, PC version can't be beat. It does require you to export and import your savedata using a save manager though.
I use the PC version and CIA version. Make the Pokemon on PC and import them with the CIA version.
 
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