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  1. Boober- Magmar Hawkk- Tyranitar Sparky- Ampharos Soda- Aerodactyl Poke-puu- Slowbro Beru - Lickilicky That team is on heart gold~
  2. Thank you very much for your help! I am guessing that there is not a light switch function then, as my little girl is already dreaming of sugarplums in her bed~ Haha~ Have a great night.
  3. Merry Christmas to everybody! I just have a quick question, I've just gotten a tamagotchi iD and for the live of me I cannot figure out how to turn the lights off. Is this feature still in the tamagotchi color iD? If not, please help! I've tried selecting everything but since she's sleeping I cannot select anything... Thank you very much! (Btw, how do I put it on "pause" mode?)
  4. Hey everybody! Has anyone else seen "Tamagotchi: The Movie"? Tampopo, the main (human) character, has a cell phone and it goes off twice or something... Anyways, her ringtone is really cute and I was wondering if anyone has an .mp3 or any sort of file that people could use to put it on their phone? I would make one myself but I'm in a place where I constantly have to be quiet and I can't record anything from my computer... Thanks a lot for your help!
  5. I had a dinochi. It was the little t-rex, and it was absolutely adorable. I lost the food for it after a while though...
  6. Hi, I live in Edmonton, Canada and I was just at Toys R Us. They have a ton of tamagos, all the accessories and even the carrying case. I'm not sure if they just got them in recently or have had them for a little while, but they're there!
  7. I totally agree with you, Vanilla. Dear primus. I am done with this topic. =__= It's your own choice. Don't let other people influence you.
  8. I have a job, so I pay for my own Tamas. If I wreck them I know it's my own fault, but I know you can never wreck it permanently if you know what you're doing. (Or unless you throw it at a wall and it breaks into a million pieces or something!)
  9. If you do not follow a tutorial and don't know what you're doing, yes. There is a very high chance of your tamagotchi breaking if you debug. I think that should be made clear by now. I also agree with Vanilla, AS LONG AS YOU KNOW WHAT YOU'RE DOING YOU SHOULD BE SAFE. Please don't forget you can always un-debug a tamagotchi. I've found the best way is to wet a lens cleaning cloth very lightly and rub where you put the pencil marks. I've tried this over five times and it's worked every time. Keep in mind children, no need to get worked up.
  10. Hey, no worries! I just got excited. XD But again, debugging is someone's own personal choice. You need a background in electronics to do it properly (and safely I guess!) http://www.pixelmood.com/tamagotchi_connection_debugging.htm This link is a tutorial WITH PICTURES on how to debug. It works on every tama up to a v4.5 and if you follow it closely you should be safe. This is the one I've used and like I said before, I've never had a tama break on me.
  11. Well currently, there is no known way to debug a music star. http://www.tamatalk.com/IB/index.php?showtopic=156214 this topic has gone through different things and possibilities of it... but you need to know a bit of electronics to understand. :] Only experiment on a tama if you are experienced/don't care what happens. I've had my music star for a while now and am bored of it, so I've decided I'll tear into it and figure out how to debug it! Togetechi, where did you hear that people had debugged their music star?
  12. Debugging is up to the person who has done it... someone earlier said they had bought a cheap tama just to debug it, that's a good solution. But there are a ton of people who don't know what it is and can't work with electronics without breaking them. T__T I think if someone wants to debug, they should read up on how to do it first, or follow a tutorial. I've debugged almost all of my tamas (I have at least 10) and undebugged them, I've NEVER had one of them break. I think you just need to know what you're doing. Although, I could just be lucky. Electronics like me. xD but it's not really right to go around saying that someone shouldn't do something because there is a risk involved. (Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying go out and debug your tama, I'm just saying that it's the person's choice whether they should do it or not.)