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need help transfering from a computer to 3ds

Postby koala02 » Fri Feb 24, 2017 9:00 pm

got some mon i made on the computer any way to put them in pokemon bank wirelessly (have an old n3ds if it helps)?

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Re: need help transfering from a computer to 3ds

Postby Odaxis » Sun Feb 26, 2017 11:53 pm

koala02 wrote:got some mon i made on the computer any way to put them in pokemon bank wirelessly (have an old n3ds if it helps)?


Sorry for the late reply.

The only way to get those into bank is through importing the files into your save file with PKHeX and loading that save to a game cart and depositing them in bank yourself.
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