New Nintendo 3DS/3DS XL Operations Manual

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Preparations NINTENDO AUSTRALIA PTY. LTD.Scoresby Industrial Park, 804 Stud Road, Scoresby Victoria 3179 l photographs and illustrations in this manual generally show the New Nintendo 3DS system.MAA-KTR-S-AUS-C0Nintendo may automatically update your New Nintendo 3DS / New Nintendo 3DS XL system from time to time, so the informationprovided in this manual may become outdated. Nintendo therefore recommends checking for the latest version of this manual on your localNintendo website in the support section for this product.TroubleshootingNote: See p. 2 for a complete list of items included with the system. In this manual, the term “Nintendo 3DS system” refers to all systems in the Nintendo 3DS family, which includesNew Nintendo 3DS , New Nintendo 3DS XL, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo 3DS XL and Nintendo 2DS . In this manual, the term “New Nintendo 3DS system” also refers to the New Nintendo 3DS XL system, unless otherwise stated. In this manual, the term “Nintendo DSi system” also refers to the Nintendo DSi XL system.Adjusting System SettingsThank you for purchasing this system. Please read this Operations Manual before use, paying careful attentionto the Health and Safety Information section on p. 9, and follow all the instructions carefully. Adults shouldsupervise the use of this product by children.Using SoftwareOperations Manual

This seal is your assurance that Nintendo has reviewed thisproduct and that it has met our standards for excellence inworkmanship, reliability and entertainment value. Always lookfor this seal when buying games and accessories to ensurecomplete compatibility with your Nintendo Product.3D ScreenDisplays 3D images using the super- stable 3D function ( p. 26)Thank you for selecting the New Nintendo 3DS / New Nintendo 3DS XL system.Set Contents3D depth sliderNew Nintendo 3DS system (KTR-001)Adjusts the strength of the 3D images( p. 27)x1OrNew Nintendo 3DS XL system (RED-001)Circle PadNew Nintendo 3DS stylus (KTR-004)OrAllows for precision movement( p. 19)x1New Nintendo 3DS XL stylus (RED-004)Note: The stylus is located in the stylus holder on the underside of the system ( p. 20).microSDHC memory cardx1C StickNote: The microSDHC memory card is inserted in the microSD card slot ( p. 62). The microSDHC card is athird-party accessory not manufactured by Nintendo. The capacity of the microSDHC card is stated on the box. Reacts to the pressure you place on it,allowing for easy, precise movement( p. 19) AR CardsTouch Screenx6Touch-sensitive screen that allowsyou to control software by touchingand sliding ( p. 19)Note: These are used in conjunction with the built-in application, AR Games: Augmented Reality ( p. 31).Quick-Start GuideOperations Manualx1(Only for New Nintendo 3DS)New Nintendo 3DS cover plates (KTR-009/KTR-010) Please attach the front plate before using the system ( p. 28). The back plate is attached to the system before purchase.Displays the HOME Menu ( p. 29)Front plate x 1Back plate x 1This package does not include an AC adapter.To recharge your system, you will need a Nintendo 3DS AC adapter (WAP-002(AUS))(sold separately).AC adapter included with Nintendo 3DS / Nintendo 3DS XL / Nintendo 2DS /You can also use the AC adapter included with Nintendo DSi / Nintendo DSi XLthe Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo 3DS XL, Nintendo 2DS,Nintendo DSi and Nintendo DSi XL systems.AC adapter included with Nintendo DS / Nintendo DS Lite2HOME ButtonSystem ComparisonNew Nintendo 3DSNew Nintendo 3DS XLA light, easy-to-carry system that canbe fitted with replaceable cover plates.Range may vary (sold separately).Maximise your gameplay experiencewith an upper screen 57% larger thanthat of the New Nintendo 3DS system!Compared to New Nintendo 3DS57% larger screen3

A clearer, more enjoyable 3D experienceFind the latest software!Super-Stable 3DThe inner camera tracksyour face’s positionWhen your position changes the 3D display adaptsto your movements for morecomfortable viewingSearch for softwareWatch videosDownload softwareDownloaddemo versionsBy tracking your face with the inner camera, the super-stable 3D function provides you with an optimal 3D experience ( p. 26).Enjoy online services with a Nintendo Network IDNote: This requires aNintendo Network ID.A Nintendo Network ID allows you to enjoy various featuresof Nintendo Network.Connect to the internet and access Nintendo eShop to view the latest information and videos about differentkinds of software, purchase downloadable software and try out software demos.What you can buyDownload free software anddemos from Nintendo eShop.Communicate with other usersaround the world in Miiverse .We hope you enjoy using these services by creating a Nintendo Network ID ( p. 41).4Downloadable softwareVirtual Console Nintendo DSiWare You can buy new software exclusive toNintendo eShop, or download versions ofcard-based software.You can buy the games you loved onplatforms like NES , Game Boy andGame Boy Color.You can buy software originally released onNintendo DSi, known as Nintendo DSiWare.You can use your Nintendo eShopfunds on both yourNew Nintendo 3DS system anda Wii U console.5

Receive updates and informationCommunicate automatically with other Nintendo systemsSpotPass StreetPass Your system will automatically search for wireless access points, connect to the internet and exchange data at various times, including while inSleep Mode (when the system is closed but the power is on).Your system automatically searches for and exchanges data with other Nintendo 3DS systems when you carry it around, such as when you'reout walking or when you travel by train.InternetFreesoftware3D lashes greenwhen data is beingtransferred.Flashes blue whenreceiving notificationsNote: Data received via SpotPass issaved to the microSD card.You must configure Internet Settings to be able to connect to wireless access points ( p. 43).Note: SpotPass functionality may not be available if an active software title is using certain features or functionality. SpotPass functionality is not availableduring local wireless communication ( p. 29) or while playing Nintendo DS/Nintendo DSi software. Depending on the type of data received, the notification LED may not light up. A Nintendo Network ID is required to download free software ( p. 41). Note: A notification is added to yourNotifications list ( p. 34).Data will automatically be exchanged if you walk past someone who has the same software title registered withStreetPass while the system is in Sleep Mode (closed while the power is on), as well as at other times.Your StreetPass settings are saved on the system.Note: A maximum of 12 software titles can use StreetPass at any one time. Contact Mode settings for Nintendo DS / Nintendo DSi software titles are not saved and must be configured while playing compatible titles. Furthermore, it is not possible to exchange StreetPass data for Nintendo 3DS software titles while Nintendo DS / Nintendo DSi software titles are in use. Data cannot be transmitted if the power or wireless functions are off ( p. 33). StreetPass functionality may not be available if an active software title is using certain features or functionality. StreetPass functionality is not availableduring local wireless communication ( p. 29) or when connected to the internet. A charging cradle (sold separately) can help make rechargingmore convenient.New Nintendo 3DS charging cradle (KTR-007)New Nintendo 3DS XL charging cradle (RED-007)67

Contents Set Contents Health and Safety Information (Please read)Health and Safety Information29Component Names and Functions18Recharging21Turning the Power On and Off22Configuring the System for the First Time22Using the Keyboards24Power LED25Battery Life25Adjusting 3D Images26How to View 3D Images Properly26Adjusting the Strength of 3D Images27Exchanging Cover Plates28Using SoftwareHOME MenuSystem Settings40Nintendo Network ID Settings41Creating or Linking a Nintendo Network IDInternet Settings4243Required Items for Internet Connection43Connecting to the Internet44Parental ControlsPlease also refer to the section regarding how to charge your system ( p. 21).The use of this product by childrenADULTS SHOULD SUPERVISE THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT BY CHILDREN.WARNING – 3D Feature Not Suitable for Children aged six and underPlease refer to the warning regarding the 3D feature ( p. 10).If the system doesn’t operate properlyIf you suspect your system isn’t functioning as it should, refer to the Troubleshooting section on p. 65.If you notice any damage to the system, or any unusual sounds, smells or smoke emanating from it,please do the following:48Options That Can Be Restricted48Configuring Parental Controls49Data Management50Other Settings51System Transfer52System Update60Format System Memory61Troubleshooting1.Remove2.Note: Be sure to remove the AC adapter plugfrom the electrical outlet before detachingthe DC connector plug from the system.Note: Touching the product in this state couldbe dangerous, so be careful when pressing thePOWER Button.Note: Do not attempt to repair the systemyourself. To do so could cause injury.Guide to Warning LevelsThe following warnings indicate the severity of the consequences, should you fail to observe the correct procedures.WARNINGFailing to observe the precautionary steps could result in death or serious personal injury(or damage to property).CAUTIONFailing to observe the precautionary steps could result in personal injury (or damage toproperty).HOME Menu Electronic Manual30If Your microSD Card is Full 64Software Icons30Troubleshooting65Opening Software32The following symbols appear inside warnings:33 Technical Specifications Contact Information73Software Electronic Manuals74Prohibition SymbolsProhibitedHOME Menu Settings33HOME Menu Application Icons34InstructionsInstructionOpening SoftwareContactContact Nintendo Customer Service( p. 74)62Downloadable Software3.Press and hold the POWER Button toturn off the powerReplacing the microSD Card / BatteryUsing Game CardsTurn offRemove the AC adapter and anyother accessories29Card-Based Software8Adjusting System SettingsHealth and Safety InformationPreparations(Please read)Be sure to observe the following Health and Safety Information carefully during use of the product. Failure to do so could resultin accidents and/or injury.CAREFUL USAGEFailing to use the product properly could result in damage to 3739399

Health and Safety InformationWARNING – REPETITIVE MOTION INJURIESWARNING – USING 3D FEATURE Playing video games can make your muscles, joints or skin hurt after a few hours. Follow these instructions to avoid problemssuch as tendonitis, carpal tunnel syndrome or skin irritation: Avoid excessively long play sessions. Parents or legal guardians should monitor their children for appropriate play. Take a break of 10 to 15 minutes every hour (every half hour when using the 3D feature), even if you don’t think you need it. When using the stylus, you do not need to grip it tightly or press it hard against the screen. Doing so may cause fatigue ordiscomfort. If your hands, wrists, or arms become tired or sore while playing, or if you feel symptoms such as tingling, numbness,burning or stiffness, stop and rest them for several hours before playing again. If you continue to have any of the above symptoms or other discomfort during or after play, stop playing and see a doctor. The use of the 3D feature by children aged six and under may cause vision damage. Therefore it is recommended that onlychildren over six should use the system in 3D mode and if children aged six and under have access to the system, parents orlegal guardians should restrict the display of 3D images using the Parental Controls feature ( p. 48). If there is any difference in vision between your left and right eyes, or if you tend to see using only one eye, you may havedifficulty in seeing 3D images clearly, or your eyes may become tired. Observe careful usage and take a break of 10 to 15 minutesevery half hour. If you experience any of the symptoms listed below, adjust the 3D effects to a comfortable level or set thedisplay to only use 2D images. Do not view unclear 3D images for extended periods of time. Prolonged viewing of unclear 3D images, such as double images, canlead to eye strain, dryness of the eyes, headaches, stiff shoulders, nausea, dizziness, motion sickness, fatigue and/or discomfort. Everyone has a different way of viewing 3D images. For information on how to view 3D images properly, please refer to therelevant pages of the Operations Manual. If you experience any of the symptoms above, adjust the 3D effects to a comfortablelevel or set the display to use only 2D images. Depending on your physical condition and your surrounding environment, youmay be unable to see 3D images properly. If this is the case, disable the 3D feature. Please refrain from using the 3D feature while travelling as a passenger in cars or on public transport. Constant shaking canlead to 3D images becoming unclear, causing nausea and eye strain.WARNING – BATTERY LEAKAGE Your system contains a rechargeable lithium ion battery. Leakage or combustion of the battery can cause personal injury aswell as damage to your system.To avoid battery leakage and/or combustion:Be sure to observe the following to ensure your well-being during the use of this product: Do not damage the battery. Do not expose the battery to excessive physical shock, vibration, or liquids. Do not disassemble, deform or attempt to repair the battery. Do not expose the battery to heat or dispose of it in a fire. Do not touch the terminals of the battery or cause a short circuit between the terminals with a metal object. Do not peel or damage the battery label. Use a compatible AC adapter. The system’s battery is only to be recharged unde

In this manual, the term “Nintendo DSi system” also refers to the Nintendo DSi XL system. Preparations Using Software Adjusting System Settings Troubleshooting Nintendo may automatically update your New Nintendo 3DS / New Nintendo 3DS XL system from time to time, so the information provided in this manual may become outdated.

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