So I'm new to this, and I understand the whole calibration process, it's just doing it that seems to be a problem.
I have a Nintendo DSi, so I found my MAC address and I synced my clock to an external (my ipod) clock with seconds. Then, in the parameter finder in RNG Reporter 9.95, I entered in some arbitrary time for today's date (July 22nd 2012), with the time having 30 seconds. So, I load up my copy of Pokemon Black right at 30 seconds according to my Ipod, and I sweet scent and catch a Pokemon.
I determine the IVs, then hit search, and I get a Timer0 value, as well as all those other parameters. Now, just to make sure that I'm doing this right, I want to RNG a wild pokemon with specific IVs (ie: three 31s). I don't really care about shinies (yet) or perfect IV spreads (yet), I just want to make sure I'm calibrated right. So my first question is this: Should I re-find my parameters using button presses or not yet?
My next question is that because I have a Nintendo DSi, my actual seconds that result should be 33 (a three second delay), but it keeps coming up as 31 (a one second delay). Is this normal? Or is there something that I'm missing?