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Best Method to Multitask Instances of PokeBot.Ninja
#1
This method is for Microsoft Windows.

IMPORTANT: DO NOT RUN 2 BOTS OR NOX LOGINS ON THE SAME ACCOUNT AT THE SAME TIME.

1: Configure and test run your first PokeBot.Ninja
2: Make multiple subdirectories and copy files from the tested and configured PokeBot.Ninja into each one of those subdirectories.
-- Use a naming convention for each subdirectory that relates to the account user name
-- For example:
-- C:\PokeBotNinja\username01  (change subdirectory usernames to match you account names)
-- C:\PokeBotNinja\username02
-- C:\PokeBotNinja\username03
-- C:\PokeBotNinja\username04
-- C:\PokeBotNinja\username05
-- and so forth...

2: Use Windows Explorer to navigate to each subdirectory and double click on the bot file "startbot.cmd" to start the bot, or single click on "startbot.cmd" and hit enter to start the bot.

3: Configure each instance of Pokebot.Ninja uniquely to the the related account and subdirectory name. Wash, rinse, repeat for each bot in each subdirectorey. If you're familiar with Windows Bat (batch) files, you could make a batch file that launches a group of bots by running that one batch file. See the warning at the top or your account will get banned.

Now get those bots to work Snorlax: Ƶƶ(☄ ̄▵—▵ ̄)
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#2
(08-07-2016, 11:11 PM)johnpingel Wrote: This method is for Microsoft Windows.

IMPORTANT: DO NOT RUN 2 BOTS OR NOX LOGINS ON THE SAME ACCOUNT AT THE SAME TIME.

1: Configure and test run your first PokeBot.Ninja
2: Make multiple subdirectories and copy files from the tested and configured PokeBot.Ninja into each one of those subdirectories.
-- Use a naming convention for each subdirectory that relates to the account user name
-- For example:
-- C:\PokeBotNinja\username01  (change subdirectory usernames to match you account names)
-- C:\PokeBotNinja\username02
-- C:\PokeBotNinja\username03
-- C:\PokeBotNinja\username04
-- C:\PokeBotNinja\username05
-- and so forth...

2: Use Windows Explorer to navigate to each subdirectory and double click on the bot file "startbot.cmd" to start the bot, or single click on "startbot.cmd" and hit enter to start the bot.

3: Configure each instance of Pokebot.Ninja uniquely to the the related account and subdirectory name. Wash, rinse, repeat for each bot in each subdirectorey. If you're familiar with Windows Bat (batch) files, you could make a batch file that launches a group of bots by running that one batch file.  See the warning at the top or your account will get banned.

Now get those bots to work Snorlax: Ƶƶ(☄ ̄▵—▵ ̄)

Is there a way you can make a short you tube video showing how this is done? I have 4 different PokemonGo accounts. I would like to have all 4 being run at the same time. Does this program only allow 1 program to be ran at all times?
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#3
I think what you need to do is basically close your current bot (if it's running) select the folder then copy and paste it 4 times. Then name each folder the account name that you use on it. Just configure those extra 3 folders as you did your first. Then open them all up and put in the gmail/ptc and I think they all run fine.

I may be wrong because I'm no coding genius...
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#4
Yes, copy paste works fine Smile I will add last loginname saving so you can more easily see what account you used where (helps if you were botting in different locations).
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#5
Thanks for the clarification! Smile
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#6
Awesome, thanks for the clarrification!!! You guys are the best.
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#7
V17 has last login name saving + saves more configuration about item drop and pokemon Auto-Transfer/Evolve/Ignore. You just need to make sure ninja.json is writeable.
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#8
Thanks for sharing
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