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Suprise! Connect Your Nintendo 3DS To Nintendo Zone At Home

The Nintendo Zone is quite a nice feature which allows you access exclusive content that you can’t get anywhere else. With over 29,000 hotspots around the country, accessing the Nintendo Zone is pretty easy all you have to do is go visit an ATT Hotspot, Best Buy, McDonald’s, airports, malls and other places to get your awesome content.

But what if you wanted to access this content but you weren’t near any those hotspots? What if you just wanted to access the Nintendo Zone right at home? We’ll now you can.

Just follow these easy steps or look at your Nintendo 3DS owner’s manual for details.

  • rename your WiFi or guest network to (attwifi) and make it so its unsecure. (Make sure your Nintendo 3DS wireless switch is on) This might be all you need to do.
  • If your system doesn’t connect to Nintendo Zone after a minute, go to your (System Settings)
  • go to your systems (Internet Settings)
  • press on your (Connection Settings) buttons
  • choose (New Connection)
  • follow the Nintendo 3DS Wizard

And then you’ll be all done. If your still having trouble connecting, try turning off your Nintendo 3DS and then turn it back on. If you are in other parts of world other then the United States, please let us know if this works in the comments below.

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This entry was posted on 07/25/2013 by in Handheld, Nintendo and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , .
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