Originally Posted by Fat SinCara
^^ Mind telling me where the forums are, I am on the same boat as you, I am completely lost on how to use this.
I found that the timer was actually quite easy to use after seeing what to put in each of the boxes.
If you do all the calibration steps on the RNG Abuse guide on this site you
should get your average second and delay. Your second is the amount of
time in seconds it takes to enter the game from resetting. To find this,
you need to synch your DS time with an external clock, and then soft
reset when the clock reaches a new minute, then spam-press the A
button to get in the game as fast as possible.
You then capture a pokemon level 50+ and plug it's stats into your
preffered program's seed finder to find the second.
Keep doing that for your average second (usually around 15 or 16).
The delay I'm not sure what is, but you need to find out your average
delay too for when you're searching for times on the time finder.
This is worked out in exactly the same way as the seconds.
You put these two values into the timer. The average seconds value goes
into the "Calibrated Seconds" box, and the average delay goes into the
"Calibrated Delay" box. You then enter the delay you need to hit into the
"Target Delay" box and then you take the seconds value of the time that
your program gave you and put that in the "Target Seconds" box.
For example, I could want to hit a seed where the time was 14:44:20 so
I would put 20 as my target second.
After doing that, take the seconds off the time and then subtract a
further minute, so with 14:44:20 it would be 14:43:00. That is the time
you set your DS to. Then, prepare to set the time to that time.
When ready, press the start button on the timer and the A button on your
DS at EXACTLY THE SAME TIME
. This shouldn't be too difficult.
By default, the ZomgTimer does a total of 6 beeps with 500ms space
between them. Soft reset ON
the 6th beep. Then a second timer counts
down. It will have the same 6 beeps, except this time you enter the game
on the 6th beep (so pressing A when on the menu while continue is
If done correctly, and with a bit of luck, you should hit your seed first
time. If you haven't hit your seed (tested via the coin-flip trick) then
immediately capture a pokemon and find out the delay value you did hit.
Put this in the box next to the "Update" button, then press that button.
This will slightly change how long the counter counts down for, and so will
get you closer to your target seed.
Hope that helped!
(although I'm sure someone would tell me if I'm wrong >.<)