Anyway I'll VM when I get back. But it would be great if u just had a random Makuhita lying around, I need one of those for RNG. Any nature, gender moves etc. But its alright if u don't Good bye for now
Cool, I just need to go out to lunch so should be back in like 1-2 hours or so. Also I got someone else to fix the Thundurus for me, so now it is completly UT. So just give me anything (but seriously I m going to be sick if I see another Patrat or Lillipup, so at least a Pidove :'D lol....)
Wow great, of course I will label it as "Empyrea's..." I always give RNGer the recognition they deserve
Looking forward to more trades in future Definaly tell me when u can also do shinies, shouldn't take u long to figure it out now. I would gladly trade u two for one for shiny flawless RNGs
Edit: No, it just says the usual ".......failed to respond" on my side
Yes, I also use IR-GTS and I have a workaround. Do you know how to set up a static IP for your wireless connection? It's different for all the Windows versions, so I don't want to give you faulty instructions, maybe you should search how to do it based on the OS you have. Basically you want to get to the IPv4 properties for your wireless connection. Now you need to change your primary DNS to 127.0.0.1 - this will make it so that you can't enter any domains in your browser, so be prepared for that. After doing this you can hook up the USB adapter. Now run IR-GTS. It should tell you an IP and hopefully not freak out and give errors. If it does give errors then disconnect and try again, it can act very strangely sometimes. Now use the IP it gives you as the DNS on your DS's wireless connection. To test whether it's working or not, try choosing 'r' to recieve a Pokemon and then connect to the GTS. IR-GTS should come up with 'Connection Established' and you should be all set. After you're finished you should change the DNS on your DS and computer back to normal.