Fast TM is available for Trainers above level 15, and Charged TM is available after reaching Trainer level 25.
|Name||Fast TM||Charged TM|
|Requirement||Level 15||Level 25|
|Description||Teaches your Pokémon a new random Fast Move||Teaches your Pokémon a new random Charged Move|
|Drops In||Raid Battles||Raid Battles|
Using a TM in Pokemon GO
To use a Technical Machine, you need to go to your Bag, scroll down and select the item. Your Pokemon overview screen will open and you’ll be able to select a Pokémon for which you want the TM to be used.
Note the following:
- Your Pokemon can obtain only the currently available moves when using a TM. To see which moves are TM-eligible at the moment.
- The chances to get a specific move are as follows:
|TM||Has a Legacy Move?||Chance||Explanation|
|Fast TM||Yes||50%||You get one of two possible Fast moves|
|No||100%||You get the other Fast move|
|Charged TM||Yes||33%||You get one of three currently obtainable Charged moves|
|No||50%||You get one of two other currently obtainable Charged moves|
Technical Machines FAQ
What is a TM in Pokémon GO?
TM stands for Technical Machine. Technical Machines are special items that can be used to teach your Pokemon a new move.
Can you use multiple TMs on one Pokemon?
Yes, you can! In fact, you can use unlimited number of TMs on a same Pokémon. This goes for both Fast and Charged TMs. There is no limitation in terms of your Pokémon’s level, IVs, gender or shiny-ness.
Can you get the same move when using a TM?
No, you can not. As explained by Niantic’s customer support, each TM use will always result in a new move. The current move you are rerolling is not included in the potential outcomes.
What does it mean to “reroll a move”?
In many RPGs and games that have RPG-like elements (stats, moves, etc) to reroll (or re-roll) means to randomly reset a character’s stat value. In Pokémon GO, to reroll a move means using a TM to get a new random move.