Quick Answer: How Do 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.

How do I change my Nintendo Network ID password?

Go to https://accounts.nintendo.com and sign in to your Nintendo Account.

  • Select “Sign-in and security settings,” then select “Edit” in the “Change Password” section.
  • Enter your current password, then select “OK.”
  • Re-enter the current password if prompted, and click “OK.”
  • Enter and confirm a new password.

How do I change my Nintendo Network ID email?

Go to https://accounts.nintendo.com and sign in to your Nintendo Account.

  1. Select “User info,” then scroll down to the “E-mail” section and click “Edit.”
  2. Click “Send e-mail” to have a verification code sent to the e-mail address on file.
  3. Enter the verification code from the e-mail, then “Submit.”

How do I change my Nintendo Network ID on 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.

How do I create a new 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.

What happens if I delete my Nintendo Network ID?

Deleting a Nintendo Network ID will also delete the following information associated to the account: Nintendo eShop activity and balance, Friend List, Miiverse activity, and registered e-mail address. Any remaining balance in the Nintendo eShop account will be deleted and cannot be recovered or refunded.

How do I find out my Nintendo Network ID?

From the HOME Menu, tap System Settings, and then tap Nintendo Network ID Settings. The Nintendo Network ID will be displayed on the top screen. Note: If you do not have your system handy, you can also check your ID by entering the required information after following the link below.

How do you delete a Nintendo Network ID?

Complete these steps

  1. Select System Settings from the HOME Menu.
  2. Select Nintendo Network ID Settings.
  3. Select Other.
  4. Select Delete Nintendo Network ID.
  5. If prompted, enter the 4-digit PIN and select OK.
  6. Select your reason for deleting from the options on the screen.

How do I find my Nintendo Network ID email?

Complete these steps

  • 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.

Is Nintendo Network ID same as Nintendo account?

What’s the difference between a Nintendo Network ID and a Nintendo Account? The short answer is that an NNID is used to make purchases on the Wii U and 3DS, while a Nintendo Account is used to make purchases on the Switch. The main reason to link your NNID with your Nintendo Account is to merge your eShop funds.

Go to the Nintendo Account website and sign in to your Nintendo Account. Click User info, then scroll down to the Linked accounts section and click Edit. To unlink an NNID from your Nintendo Account, click the checkmark next to Nintendo Network ID to remove the link.

How do I change my Nintendo Network ID birthday?

The birthdate cannot be changed through the system. To update the birthdate associated to your Nintendo Network ID, please contact us. Have you forgotten your Nintendo Network ID Password? Learn more about resetting your NNID Pasword.

Does formatting 3ds delete save data?

If you choose to format your 3DS, you will lose all of your data (except for maybe photos and sound recordings), and you will be unable to re-download it for free from the eShop, even if you have it on an SD card. Format your 3DS, supposedly only erases the 3DS saved data.