Quick Answer: Can I Have 2 3ds With The Same Account?

You cannot have the same account, games etc.

on two consoles — you must completely move it from one to another.

Can I have two Nintendo Network ID?

No, you cannot link multiple Nintendo Network ID’s to a Nintendo Account. Only one NNID can be linked to a Nintendo Account.

A Nintendo Network ID can be created on a Wii U and then linked to a Nintendo 3DS family system, or vice versa. Once a Nintendo Network ID has been associated to a Nintendo 3DS family system, it can only be moved to a different Nintendo 3DS family system through the Data Transfer process.

How do I set up a second Nintendo Network ID?

What to do

  • At any point after completing the initial system set-up, select System Settings from the HOME Menu.
  • Select Nintendo Network ID Settings, then OK.
  • Read the information on the screens, then select Next.
  • Select Create a New ID, then select Next.

Can I transfer my Nintendo ID to another 3ds?

A Nintendo Network ID can be created on a Wii U and then linked to a Nintendo 3DS family system, or vice versa. Once a Nintendo Network ID has been associated to a Nintendo 3DS family system, it can only be moved to a different Nintendo 3DS family system through the Data Transfer process.

Can you have more than one account on 3ds?

No theres only one account. You can make a lot of mii’s though, and all 3ds games have multiple files so it doesn’t matter too much. Hope you enjoy the 3ds!

How do you switch accounts on the 3ds?

Select System Settings from the Nintendo 3DS Home Menu. Select Nintendo Network ID Settings. Choose from the following, to view or update the information associated to the Nintendo Network ID: Profile settings: Update the gender, region, time zone, and e-mail address.

Can you have multiple Nintendo Network IDs?

No, you cannot link multiple Nintendo Network ID’s to a Nintendo Account. Only one NNID can be linked to a Nintendo Account.

You can link your Nintendo Account to multiple consoles. However, you can only activate one primary console per Nintendo Account. On a non-primary console, games that you’ve downloaded with your Nintendo Account will only be playable using your account.

Are Nintendo accounts free?

Fun, free, and rewarding!

Anyone with a Nintendo Account can use My Nintendo for free!

Can I change my Nintendo Network ID?

The Nintendo Network ID (username) and country cannot be changed once the account is created. The only way to change this information is to create a new Nintendo Network ID. You do not need to delete the current Nintendo Network ID to create a new one on your system.

Can you transfer games from one 3ds to another?

It is not possible to transfer a specific software title to another Nintendo 3DS console. However, it is possible to perform a System Transfer and transfer the entire content of your console to another.

Can you transfer 3ds games to switch?

No. Nintendo 3DS and Wii U games purchased through Nintendo eShop do not carry over to Nintendo Switch. The Nintendo Switch is an all-new way to play, and does not include backwards compatibility with digital or physical games designed for other systems.

How do I transfer 3ds games from one SD card to another?

Insert the SD Card with the Nintendo 3DS data into the SD Card Slot or the SD Card reader/writer. Open Windows Explorer (for PC) or Finder (for Mac) and access the SD Card. Highlight the data and drag it to the desktop. If performed as part of a system transfer, drag all folders to the desktop as they appear.

Can I use Pokebank on another DS?

1 Answer. Your Pokebank information is tied to your Nintendo Network ID. So, yes; if you get a replacement 3DS, and login to your old NNID account on it, you will be able access and withdraw your stored Pokemon (assuming the thief did not otherwise mess with them).

How do I change NetFlix profiles on 3ds?

Unfortunately, the 3DS NetFlix app is permanently set to default to the main user account, which in your case is your father’s. There is no way to change it. There is no way to switch.

Is Pokebank linked to Nintendo ID?

Select Check to make sure that the Nintendo Network ID used for Pokémon Bank is linked to the Nintendo Account associated with your Pokémon HOME account. 5. Once you’ve confirmed that you have the correct Nintendo Network ID and made sure that there’s no problem with beginning the move to Pokémon HOME, select Begin.