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  1. Oh yeah, that's too bad the V1 does not have it. But well, I've been taking notes and keeping track of all my tamas from the very beginning, so I have my own MEMORY thing.
  2. What is the memory book? Do you mean the friend list, or is it something else? If you mean the friend list, it is still there, no lost data. Which is why I'm not too fond of the idea of a full reset. So this question kind of obsessed me, so I did some research, which took quite some time before I could find what I wanted, and in a video here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=57C2xRcMNzc, we can see that if an egg is hatched after a tama died, the name would still be in memory, which is what happened. Still, there was no death screen nor a reason to cause death so... Also, there's that that isn't explained yet. And the previous tama was a Kinakomotchi as a child, so I'm wondering if it could have remembered some things about it, while other informations were lost. Like the name is still there, and it is a Kinakomotchi like it used to be, even if it is considered a first generation. Would that be possible? Yeah, that's what I'm going to do. Thanks for the advice! I'll keep it in mind!
  3. Thanks a lot for taking the time to help, Decotchi and Penguin-keeper! 😱 Could he have really died?? He was sleeping, and had all his hearts full when I turned the light off. Nothing should have happened...😢 And shouldn't there have been a screen displaying an angel or something indicating death before showing a new egg? I didn't see this, just one beep and an egg. When a tama dies and you hatch a new egg, is the name of the previous one directly suggested when you have to enter a name for the baby? Or is it peculiar that mine had already one entered (not definitive yet, but no empty spots)? I'm disappointed to hear it, but was kind of expecting it... As it is, I'm going for the theory that my tama boy wanted to be a tama girl, and chose to be reborn the way she wanted. Same name, different style. 💕 Also, I took care of the baby, and she evolved into Kinakomotchi. Which really surprised me, because I thought a Gen 1 was always supposed to be a Marutchi.🤔 Or is it because she's a Gen 1, but not the very first tama of the device so it makes it possible to get a Kinakomotchi? Is it normal or a bit out of the ordinary? I changed the battery yesterday before getting your answers, but I have to admit that I was kind of in a panic, and didn't take the time to thoroughly check for damage... I think corrosion would have caught my eye, though. I'm a bit more concerned about the flattened battery-contact problem, that I hadn't heard about before. I think it could be just the battery in itself, as it actually wasn't exactly the right one (CR2025 instead of CR2032). It fitted and worked perfectly for several months that way, so I thought it was the right type of battery, but it may have been a really really stupid mistake... =( So I replaced it with an appropriate one, and it has been working well for the past 24 hours. I'm a bit reluctant to open it again now, because at least, I have what I have, and it does seem to work normally. I'm scared of losing even more data by playing with the battery, or damaging it while checking for damage. I'm clumsy and clueless, you know. X( Do you think I should open it anyway, to make sure, or just see how things go with the new and appropriate battery, since it seems fine? I lean towards considering the battery was the problem and the problem has been fixed, but I'm not an expert. =s It's so so so nice of you to offer assistance and I'm so glad I found help! Thank you again!
  4. Hello everyone! I have a problem with my Connexion V1, and help would much much appreciated. It may not seem like much, but the situation really saddens me... I wasn't playing with my Tamagotchi, as it was sleeping, but I heard a beep, and when I looked at the screen, it was displaying an egg, and the time was completely wrong, set in february. It may have been a battery problem. I don't know what happened to the Tamagotchi I was taking care of, and it makes me really sad to lose him.🥺 I tried the reset button, chose "download", but it was still the egg. I hatched the egg, and the name of the previous Tamagotchi was still in memory, already entered in the naming space, but this time, it was a girl. It's not like it was completely erased, because I still have the friend list, but my baby is a Gen 1, while the previous one was a Gen 27, so it didn't get back to where it was either. I would like to know if there is any way to go back to taking care of the Tama I was taking care of before this incident happened. I love him.🥺 Also, I was really happy to have a Gen 27, because it showed how long this family had been going. I didn't play with my Tamagotchi for more than 10 years, and when I turned it back on, I was ecstatic to see that it hadn't forgotten anything! It was still the same family as my very first Tamagotchi, and it just means a lot to me. If anyone knows anything about the situation, I'd be really thankful if you'd let me know! Thank you for your time and have a nice day.
  5. Thanks TamaMum! I hadn't noticed there was a library here. It is indeed helpful. What I wanted to know was specifically the age at which a Tama becomes an oldie if you don't pause it, as I've seen the other evolutions times by myself, but I don't think I've ever had a Tama grow old. I always let them have a baby before it happens, because having my Tama die, even peacefully of old age, would break my heart. So I wanted to know how much time I have before it's too late for my Tama to find a partner. Anyway, one chart says 10+, and another says 16. So I guess that's 16. And yes, I got Ichigotchi on an even generation too: Gen20. I thought it was a bug, but apparently not!
  6. Hey! Thank you so much for the chart!! It's the best I've found so far.👍 Although, I've just had my beloved Oniontchi evolve into Mimitchi, so I guess it's actually possible. Also, I'd like to know: do you know at what age exactly do adult Tamas evolve into old Tamas? You wrote "after 9+", but do you mean exactly at 9, or is it after 9? Is it fixed or does it vary? I can't seem to find the answer anywhere... Have a great day!
  7. Hello!👋 Does anyone know at what age an adult Tamagotchi from the V1 evolves into an old Tama? I've found a lot of growth charts, but none of them specify how long every stage lasts. Have a nice day! ^_^