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A PokeSav guy trying to go legit

#1jaimejd007Posted 6/13/2011 2:02:47 AM(edited)
My friend Geraldo (jak2rocks for those who know him) has been using PokeSav for a while now to create good Pokemon, but now he wants to go legit and just do it the right way: EV training and such.

Problem is, he kinda lost track of which Pokemon it was that he made illegitimately. Is there any way he can figure out which ones are which? I seem to remember something about checking the trash byte? Or checking the PID? Or something about the IVs not adding up in some which way? Is there like a legit checker or something?

Thanks in advance,
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-jaimejd007
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#2RaikouTGCPosted 6/13/2011 5:02:54 AM
Project Pokémon has a legitimacy tester, problem is he would need to create a PKM File for every Pokémon he owns and drag each one into Legit.exe
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#3jaimejd007(Topic Creator)Posted 6/13/2011 8:39:39 AM
That's not exactly his dream solution (he's almost as lazy as me lol) but I guess if there's no other way, he'll do it. Problem is, neither of us know how to create a .PKM file to save our lives. He used AR codes for his PokeSav stuff. Can he use the AR to create .PKM files?

RaikouTGC, thanks for the help but does anyone else have any other way to check if a Pokemon is legit or not? He has A LOT of Pokemon.
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-jaimejd007
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#4RaikouTGCPosted 6/13/2011 9:35:26 AM
If that's the case, only if he saved the Pokémon he created in PokeSav when he generated the AR Codes.

I actually use a device called NDS Adapter plus which allows me to copy the save files from the Game Card and test them that way. I personally test all my traded Pokémon and if they come up hacked I will not use them competitively

My only other suggestion is a complete Restart
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#5jaimejd007(Topic Creator)Posted 6/13/2011 10:09:36 AM
I doubt that he saved the Pokemon he created in PokeSav, if he did I'd be very mad because he's making me post this for no reason lol. If he had the Pokemon saved, he'd know which ones are hacked.

Anyways...this NDS Adapter Plus sounds like exactly what he needs. How much was that? Does anyone know if the AR can do the same thing?

Thanks again for replying man, we appreciate it. :)
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-jaimejd007
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#6RaikouTGCPosted 6/13/2011 11:57:24 AM
http://cgi.ebay.com/Adapter-PLUS-USB-Backup-Nintendo-NDS-NDS-Lite-NEW-/250603153962
http://www.renchi.com/renchi/NINTENDO_DSi_DS_Lite_Accessories_NDS_Save_Data_Adapter_Plus.htm
http://www.consolesource.com/ecomm/catalog/NDS-Backup-Adapter-Plus-p-3018.html

Here is just a few sites I found with it at prices varying bwtween $20-40 US.

I do not know if they have made any DS AR Devices with Gamesave capability, I know they had a few AR/GS that did in the GBA Series
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#7jaimejd007(Topic Creator)Posted 6/13/2011 10:17:48 PM
So besides making .pkm files, there's no way to check a Pokemon's legitimacy? There's no way to figure it out in-game? :-\
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-jaimejd007
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#8RaikouTGCPosted 6/14/2011 3:57:03 AM
Only by checking the movesets and abilities versus a site like Serebii's Pokedex, and that will not show if the stats or EV's have been rigged
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#9jaimejd007(Topic Creator)Posted 6/17/2011 11:56:26 PM
Movesets and abilities were made to look legit so that's no help.

Any other ideas?
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-jaimejd007
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#10jaimejd007(Topic Creator)Posted 6/23/2011 11:13:15 AM
No one? :-\
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