thinking of changing battery for sapphire

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Feb 5, 2012
  1. ars25
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    Member ars25 I like tacos and pie

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    ok so my sapphire's internal battery died out on me and i wanted to know if i change the battery will my save be deleted? so i can tranfer them to my lg or emerald?
     
  2. loco365

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    It's not a rechargeable battery. You'll have to replace it. And no, the save will remain intact. The battery is to run the internal clock.
     
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    That means no berries and no evolving eevee to Espeon/Umbreon. Not a big deal, anyways.
     
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    no what really worried me was not being able to get regice shiny
    thankyou nvm a quick google search helped me
     
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    Sorry, old topic, but I thought I should mention for other people who read this topic; You are limited on more than just berries and Umbreon/Espeon.
    -The tide in Shoal Cave doesn't change, meaning you can't get shoal salt/shells and you have a chance of not being able to catch Snorunt.
    -No berries
    -No Espeon/Umbreon
    -The Lotto Ticket in Dewford NEVER changes
    -Eggs not being created (Possible, but not always)
    -And a chance that because the cartridge hasn't had power for a long time (Say you don't play it for a year and the battery has been dead for longer), your save can be deleted and/or corrupted.
     

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