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Look at the console in a darkened room and see if any light is coming from the screen. If so, the console has frozen. Hold the POWER Button for 12 seconds or more to turn the console off. Then, press the POWER Button to turn the console on again.Feb 9, 2019

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How to Use Bluetooth Headphones with Your Nintendo Switch?


  • Using the Switch while docked via a USB dongle
  • Using the Switch while unplugged from the docking station via a USB-to-USB-C connector
  • Using a Bluetooth Wireless Transmitter

on Jan 31, 2019 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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How to Use Bluetooth Headphones with Your Nintendo Switch? [A Step By Step Guide]


  • Using the Switch while docked via a USB dongle
  • Using the Switch while unplugged from the docking station via a USB-to-USB-C connector
  • Using a Bluetooth Wireless Transmitter





on Jan 31, 2019 | Video Game Consoles & Games


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  1. Remove a two rubber tabs on the back side of Nintendo DS, and open the battery cover using the Quatro-wing screwdriver.
  2. Remove all those screws using the Quatro-wing screwdriver and Tri-wing screwdriver.
  3. Remove a battery and unscrew a two screws, which are beneath the battery.
  4. Remove back faceplate carefully.
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How to Take Apart Your Nintendo DS and Safely Put It Back Together


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I have a 3ds as well for me it broke down once, all I did was charged it. If that doesn't work try replacing the battery or get a professional to help.

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Scan through the AV input source selections on the remote until you find the right input

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Make a copy of the game ROM file in your R4 SD Card, then if you have the ROM file in your computer make a copy of that and replace the file in the R4, try to load again the game with the new one. BE CAREFUL make sure to not delete the .sav file of the Game.

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    The following Wii error codes all have the same possible solutions, which you can read below this list of codes...
  • All Wii Error Codes between 51000 and 51099
  • All Wii Error Codes Between 54000 and 54099
  • All Wii Error Codes Between 51300 and 51399
  • All Wii Error Codes Between 52100 and 52199
  • All Wii Error Codes Between 52200 and 52299
  • All Wii Error Codes Between 52400 and 52499
  • All Wii Error Codes Between 52500 and 52599
  • 51130This is a General Troubleshooting error code and does not have any one specific cause. You'll need to try the following steps to try to solve the problem.
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    The Nintendo website has a guide that shows you how to change the channel on your wireless router.
  • https://www.nintendo.com/consumer/wfc/en_na/routers/index.jsp
  • 2. In addition to the broadcasting channel, there is also a broadcast setting. This can be set to either "G", "B", or "Mixed." Nintendo suggests that the "Mixed" setting gives the best network connection, but you might need to try all three settings to get the best network connection.
    3. Home appliances and other devices that are near to your console, like microwaves and cordless phones, might cause interference with your wireless network connection, so try turning these off. Other wireless devices like keyboards and computer mice can also interfere with your network connection.

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