Oh and just as a tip for your AR, you can make some codes come up automatically each time you load up the AR (ie, so you don't have to activate them), by selecting all the ones you want, then creating a new code (you can just make it some empty thing - the code itself doesn't matter). After this, the codes selected when making the new code will activate automatically every time you load up the AR with that game. This helps if the first timer is quite short.
Once you're in the game, check where the roamers are on your map, then put their location into the "Search Roamers" dialog box within the Seed to Time dialog box. Once you've done this, tell me what seed it says you've hit.
At this point, it would help if you could give me your target seed and the time you're using.
Okay, great. Now you need to go into the date/time options on your DS again, and set the the date and time to however many minutes before your target PikaTimer says (this should be 0 with the settings I've given you). Remember to use the right date as well.
Then, as you press A on the DS to confirm the time, at exactly the same time, start PikaTimer. Then, quickly turn off your DS, load up your AR, activate your codes, and go to whatever screen you used when calibrating (I think the time for the AR to activate the game varies between the codelist and the home screen, so make sure you use the same one you calibrated with), then, when the first timer on PikaTimer reaches zero, press start (there will be an early beep followed by four close-together beeps - you must press start on the AR on the fourth beep of the small cluster). Quickly go through the opening sequence, and wait at the continue screen for the second timer to reach zero, at which point, press A to start the game.
Ah, okay. Right, you need to select the HGSS option, and you get three checkboxes for each roamer. Check the E(ntei) and R(aikou) boxes, then enter the routes each of them are on into each text field beside their respective boxes. In the "year" box, put 2010, and in the second box, but 59.
Then click generate, and a list of times should appear. Pick one, and select it. Then, in the row in the middle, set Delays to +99 and -99, and Seconds to +1 and -1. For now, leave the "Odd/Even match seed's delay" checkbox unchecked. Then click the second generate button.
Now, open up PikaTimer, and enter your most common or average calibrated delay in the "calibrated delay" box, then whatever the delay for your seed is in the "wanted delay" box. Then enter your calibrated second in the "calibrated second" box, and 59 in the "wanted second" box. Then click create timer.
You should now be ready to start trying to hit your seed. I'll explain that once you've done all of this.
okay, well, in RNG Reporter, you should see a button that says "Time Finder". Click it, and the time finder should come up. Go to the "Shiny Egg" or something like that tab, then follow the steps from the previous post - remember, if you got odd delays while calibrating, go for a spread with an odd delay, and go for an even spread if you got even delays. See how far you can get with that.