Discussion in '3DS - Tutorials & FAQs' started by cherryduck, Jul 29, 2011.
Cant we just put the the downloaded file to the SD card?
Nintendo Video wouldn't know what to do with it if you did that. Heck, the 3DS itself won't know what to do with that. Why do you think we had to set up our own servers if we can just copy paste the video files?
Dude did anyone see the new weird video with the bear and the dancing thingy??!? it was such a weird video but i had to comment on it. the art style is unique. it's such a strange video that makes no sense. the 3d is not good until the end when the dancing horse thingy slowly increases the 3d. i found the end mesmerizing for some reason. i wish i could keep this video.
edit: called "monkey and bear"
Live Fire and another Zelda video was added.
the Live Fire 3Net video needs you to confirm your age.
Edit: if you set your age to something really low (below the age of 18?) it remembers your age, deleting extra data now and gonna see if it keeps the age after i redownload the videos.
gladly, it does not remember your age if you delete the extra data then re-download it
The Nintendo Videos in the USA are so much cooler than the Videos from Germany ._.
I did everything but it still says: "The Nintendo Video service is not available in your location. You cannot download videos." And I am pretty sure I did everything right unless you need a laptop or to connect the main wire to the computer.
Can anybody please help?
you need a laptop to host the server your 3DS should be connected to.
edit: and a wifi connection.
OK, I will check my dad's laptop as soon as it's free. Thanks.
Can this method work with "Itsu no Ma ni Terebi"(いつの間にテレビ) of 3DS JP?
did anyone save the videos from the Telethon?
Yes, assuming you use the settings for the JPN 3DS (JPN server IP, downloading from JPN servers).
It might be a little off-topic, but would using DNS spoofing make my computer with the DNS on it able to capture all outgoing and incoming traffic from the 3DS? I would love to find out more about the inner structure of Swapnote; sending automated notes from my computer could be interesting.
i dont understand very well could you make a video so i understand
could you make me a video is because i didnt understood
go ask a techie you know in person. print the instructions out and have em teach it to you. it'll be easier that way because you'll see how it's done first hand.
i don't wanna make videos, too much of a hassle for me.
DON'T. please don't.
whatever you're thinking, the minute you make something like that and make it public is the day Swapnote will die in a fiery crash. i don't wanna think about auto-spammers. i don't wanna have to delete Swapnote just because somebody is auto-spamming me. i don't care if it's cute--too much is too much.
so please don't.
But i dont now someone
look, it's too complicated to teach. this tutorial assumes you can at least follow the instructions whether or not you actually understand the mechanics going on behind them. it's better if you can understand how, but you can follow everything without knowing anything. you do have to read a bit and try to make notes what you so far have done and what you need to do next.
het in the simple dns plus when we put our ip adress we click ok or not?
please tell me how to do this in the simplest way possible Thank you
About checking SwapNote with a Computer:
I don't think SwapNote will suffer of spammers. Fact is, you can only send notes to your 3ds friends, and people are only your '3ds friends' if you have added their friend code, and they have also added yours
This means that, even if you might start spamming someone, they can easily remove your adress and you won't be able to spam anymore.
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