To find out if you have a duplicate, simply click the icon in the lower right and change to sort by #. Sorting by recent can be a great way to see what you caught recently (like if an egg hatched but the game crashed before you could see what it was).
Can you dupe Pokémon in Pokemon go?
Currently only five Cloned Pokémon have been released into Pokémon Go – including Clone Pikachu and Clone Charizard – though based on the anime, there are many more out there that could arrive one day if Niantic chooses to.
What does 0 * 1 * 2 * mean in Pokemon GO?
You can have 0, 1, 2 and 3 stars, with a special red background that appears for Pokemon that are 100% (perfect IVs). The starts represent following IV percent ranges: 0 stars: 0 – 48.9% 1 star: 51.1 – 64.4% 2 stars: 66.7 – 80%
Can cloned Pokémon get you banned?
Cloning doesn’t create a cheating flag on the Pokemon. So, no, it won’t get you banned.
Can clone Pokémon be shiny?
All can be Shiny, and there’s no word from developer Niantic on whether they’ll be able to evolve. [UPDATE: Niantic has now told Eurogamer: “no evolve!”]
Should I transfer all my low CP Pokemon?
Yes, I recommend always transferring low-level Pokemon except for the following cases: You only have one of that Pokemon. I like to have one of each so I can have a “living Pokedex” You have enough candies to evolve that Pokemon (even when you evolve starting from high-CP).
Should I transfer all Pokemon duplicates?
Transfer Your Pokémon
While catching duplicates is helpful, you should get rid of them afterwards in order to save precious storage space.
Is it worth catching the same Pokemon?
By catching the same species of Pokémon consecutively over and over, you will build up your Catch Combo. As your combo count increases, you will earn more Candies to power up your Pokémon. It will also increase the odds of encountering a Pokémon that has more impressive stats, allowing you to form a stronger team.