How to Get Mew in "Pokemon SoulSilver" With Action Replay Codes

Updated April 17, 2017

Mew is a coveted Legendary Pokemon in "Pokemon SoulSilver" that is known for its ability to learn any special move in the game (HM and TM moves). The Pokemon is absent from the game's normal gameplay, so you will need an Action Replay device to get the Pokemon. The Action Replay device is a third-party peripheral that allows players to use cheat codes on some of the Nintendo DS's most popular games, such as "Pokemon SoulSilver." The device should come packaged with a USB cord and the device's Action Replay Code Manager software.

Connect your Action Replay device to your computer via the USB cord that came with the peripheral.

Open the "Action Replay Code Manager" software on your computer. The program will automatically detect the connected Action Replay device.

Right-click on the "My Codelists" panel at the bottom-right of the screen.

Click "Add new cheat." A new, small window will appear.

Enter the Mew's Action Replay code into the window:

94000130 FCFF0000

62111880 00000000

B2111880 00000000

E000F710 00000088

4B2C3642 99A80000

D27CAF95 AC16E16E

9BFA94C1 6AD07506


733357C8 19F5C2D6

C63B869D 0E313B7E

2CB5B348 8B8005CC

A6C9F574 0E0C932E

54025987 F1A9AFFD

8C6F47E2 29CA6663

00607F0F 05B95827

BF08D28F 0C06AE88

BD956FB0 F0591F05

CD1404E3 1FBD085A


F7CD5C01 908A934E

A9447973 698BC8C3

D2000000 00000000

Give the cheat a name and click "OK" to save the cheat. The code will automatically be uploaded to your Action Replay device.

Attach the Action Replay device to your handheld console.

Load your saved game of "Pokemon SoulSilver."

Go to any PC in the game. PCs can be located in any "PokeCenter" in the game, typically at the top-right corner of each of the buildings. The Pokemon will be contained in the first slot of the first storage box.

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