3DS question

Discussion in '3DS - Console, Accessories and Hardware' started by pmk010, May 2, 2011.

  1. pmk010
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    pmk010 GBAtemp Regular

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    When turning on a 3DS is it ment to go straight to the menu or should there be health and safety instruction like on on DSi/XL and DS Lite
     
  2. Oceanborn712

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    It goes straight to the main menu. I'd say luckily, but I never turn the thing off anyway. On the old DS that warning definately was a nuisance.
     
  3. Nollog

    Nollog GBAtemp Addict

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    They put the health and safety messages into a channel.
    You need to launch that for that bullpoopie.

    A nice feature imo.
     
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    The ONLY reason I FlashMe'd my DS Lite was the H&S Screen.
     
  5. chris888222

    chris888222 GBAtemp's Flygon Fan

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    It goes straight to the home menu [​IMG]

    However, I must say, compared to the DS/DSi/DSi XL booting time, the 3DS apparently takes longer.
     
  6. Snailface

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    Engine Room with Cyan, watching him learn.
    And you can move that channel off-screen so you'll never have to see it.
    Can't delete it. But out of sight, out of mind, ya know?
     
  7. Oceanborn712

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    Yes, because now it boots into a full "operating system" instead of just some BIOS screen with 5 options that each start a simple program.