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I want to calculate the IV of all of my pokemon as per this site here. Is there any way to grab all of the game data needed for say Android (ie pokemon name, cp, hp, dust)?

I'm kind of curious to see whether I can automate the process but am stuck at this point. Is it possible that this game data is cached somewhere on the device? If so where would it be stored? Is there an API that can be used to retrieve it?

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I dont know how the game saves the data. But there is an unoffical App that can calculate your Pokémon bag completely. It's called Pokiimap. In this App you can access your Pokébag and it automatically shows your Pokémons IV, the IV in percent, the CP, the max CP and the candies needed to level up.

But keep in mind: manipulating or accessing the game data in different ways than the App is against their Terms of Services and there is a chance that you will be banned - that also counts for extracting the data manually.

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  • If you need more info on how to use the App, I can answer it here. But everything should be said in the description of the App.
    – Phil
    Commented Aug 23, 2016 at 6:04
  • Cool app, but seems overkill for just getting stats of my own pokemon. Will need to try it after the game starts to get old in case of ban maybe
    – pbreach
    Commented Aug 23, 2016 at 6:13
  • Do you know if the "human" version would show some of the stuff you mentioned? Seems to be a bit safer
    – pbreach
    Commented Aug 23, 2016 at 6:16
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    The human version disables all options, that effect you main account. So it disables the function catch, loot, and everything that effects your inventory. So no, this shouldn't work. But you can just ignore the functions of the app you won't use ;)
    – Phil
    Commented Aug 23, 2016 at 6:35
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Until recently there was a great site called PokeAdvisor where you could see and track all your stats. Unfortunately Niantic shut it down but there is a great alternative: https://pogobag.me/

It does not track as much stats as PokeAdvisor did but is still very decent! However bear in mind that Niantic might take action against this and shut it down sooner or later as well...

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