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Discussion in '3DS - Games & Content' started by erikas, Nov 18, 2016.
Is there currently any way to transfer your pokemon to the new generation?
idk if pkhex will XY/ORAS uses .PK6 SUMO uses .PK7 respectivly but the data is far different and a simple extention change won't do when B/W came out someone made a converter tool (which was implimented in pokegen and later pkhex) to add the bytes that were changed from gen 4---->gen 5
Wait until January when the Pokemon Bank update comes out.
^%*(that scam Pokebank wait until the homebrew version has a feature like it saves you $5 a year
i imported a totodile from omega ruby to sun, it works fine. the only issue is that it has a 5 digit id instead of 6 digits
This feels kinda bullshit. You never had to wait a month before you could transfer. And couldn't they prepare the pokebank update to launch along with the game?
look at my reply
They actually added another digit to SuMo IDs? When I saw it on PKHex, I thought it was just some way to make sure you don't hit a boundary number, basically no limits. So while you can import through PKHex, I'm now curious how the legit way will be. I guess add a 0 in front of the 5 digit ID numbers.
the 6th digit just doesn't show
wrong, TID/SID is still stored the same way but the real G7TID is only visible if you hover over the textbox.
G7TID includes bits from the SID bits of gens past.
wrong, in game a pokemon imported from .pk6 only shows 5 digits instead of 6
gen 6 id
god, how dense are you.
You realise Kaphotics make PKHex right?
Anyhow he is right.
TID/SID is stored THE EXACT SAME WAY.
Difference is Sun/Moon is programmed to check if a Pokemon is caught in SM,
it'll use a new calculation using TIDSID to show you 6 digit Trainer ID.
Warning: Spoilers inside!
with TrainerID = TID&SID,
New trainerid = (trainerid + (((Math.Floor(trainerid / 1000000) * -15625) << 6)))
if i knew that in the first place i wouldn't have disagreed, but my original statement is still correct, a gen 6 pokemon only shows 5 digits instead of 6 in s/m
EDIT: we've gone offtopic, i've confirmed that you can import a pk6 into s/m and it works fine. case closed
Well I don't blame you, I guess you don't follow the pkmn hacking scene.
you said "the 6th digit just doesn't show"
there's no 6th digit (to show).
Anyhow, while the format is mostly unchanged, who knows what shenanigans Pokemon Bank will pull during transfer?
will pokebank be updated? kind of weird if that's the only way to transfer up.
Step 1: Get Homebrew through your favorite method. For me, that is GenHax, which can be found here (requires Monster Hunter Generations, however there are other methods which can be found here)
Step 2: Download this homebrew and run it through the homebrew launcher. When it asks you to target a game, target the free PokeBank application that can be found in the Nintendo eShop
Step 3: Make sure that your game cartridge is in there, and if you have the digital copy, remove any game cart (just to be safe) and pick the game you want to take pokemon from (OrAs, XY, etc.)
Step 4: Under the "Editor" tab, there is an option to use an offline bank. Transfer the desired pokemon from the game to the bank (Press A on them, press X to switch to the bank, press A again to drop pokemon into the bank)
Step 5: Exit the bank (Hit A to save changes to bank.bin or else you lose the pokemon, then hit B until you see "Event, Editor, Other" on the bottom screen and hit the start button. It will say "Save game." Hit the A button.
Step 6: Relaunch PKSM, and select your sun or moon copy this time. (Game cart or digital has to be in/on the 3ds)
Step 7: Head back to the bank, and this time take pokemon from there into your game.
Step 8: Save bank.bin (Hit A), B button back to (Events, Editor, Other), press Start, A to save.
Step 9: Launch your Sun/Moon copy and the pokemon should be inside the box
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PKHeX works with gen 7.
Either that, or use PKSM
Method One: HAX!!!
1) Have a 3DS with CFW
2) Install JKSV
3) Download the latest release of PKHeX
4) Extract your Sun, Moon, X, Y, OR, or AS save with JKSV
5) COPY your save to your desktop, open both your Sun/Moon save in one PKHeX instance, and your X/Y.OR/AS save in the other.
6) Drag & Drop the Pokemon you intend to transfer. If you don't wish to CLONE the Pokemon to Sun and Moon, save both mains, otherwise just save the Sun/Moon main.
7) Create a new folder in the JKSV Saves folder named Pokemon_Moon-Edited or Pokemon_Sun-Edited
8) Import your Pokemon_Moon-Edited or Pokemon_Sun-Edited save back into your game.
If your game save is corrupted, or fails to start, restore your save from the original Pokemon_Moon JKSV Dump and try again.
Method Two: $4.99 Please!
1) Have a 3DS that is NOT BANNED (Important!)
2) Have a NNID that is NOT BANNED and linked to your 3DS that's NOT BANNED
3) Download PokeBank
4) Wait till January for the Sun and Moon Update
5) Cough up Five Bucks for the privilage to transfer your Pokemon from Gen 6 to Gen 7
6) CONGRATION YOU DONE IT!
It doesn't need CFW, just needs a way to launch homebrew.