transfering pokemon from rom to rom

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by airrunner, Mar 14, 2010.

  1. airrunner
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    Hi all i do apologise i know this has been asked before but i just cannot seem to track down a post relating specifically to this. How do you do pokemon trades between two different rom files? thanks very much all!!
     
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    *Face palm*

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    Well first are u using said roms on a ds itself or emulator?
     
  3. flameiguana

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    You find a fellow flash card enthusiast and give him your save file. Then he loads it and you transfer or trade or whatever.

    Another possibility: "pokesav" I'm not sure if it works with the new games, though.

    Apparently, they are working on it/it works partially http://projectpokemon.org/news/199/Pokemon...lver_US_Release
     
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    You use Pokesav. Just as long as you have the right Pokesav programs.
     
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    Note: If you use Pokesav the Pokemon won't register on the Pokedex if you haven't seen them before.
     
  6. airrunner
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    Thanks for your response mate but i don't quite understand how it would work. As it is just a sav file how would you actually past the data from one sav file to the other?

    Thanks again!
     
  7. colegial

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    Pokesav, if you haven't used it before is extremely easy to use. The program, as well all the instructions and stuff can be found through the link posted above, or at http://projectpokemon.org/. You aren't going to be "transferring" or trading pokemon, you're actually going to be copying a pokemon's data, saving it to your computer, and then loading it on the other game. Essentially you are cloning the pokemon.