Any Way To Have More Than 3 WiFi Networks?

Discussion in '3DS - Nintendo Network' started by StarOfDoom, May 6, 2015.

  1. StarOfDoom

    StarOfDoom GBAtemp Regular

    Apr 11, 2015
    United States
    I "recently" got my 3DS, and have ran into some annoyances. The main one being the max of 3 WiFi networks. Since my parents are divorced, I live in two houses, and right there goes 2 of the networks, and the last one I am constantly changing between my School WiFi, Public WiFi, and my phone's WiFi... normally this wouldn't be horrible, but the issue is that every time I go in to change one I have to re-boot into EmuNand, which is very frustrating. Any way to have more than 3 WiFi networks? If I remember correctly the DSi had a section that was sort of "hidden" in the settings that had 3 more networks... anything on the 3DS, or any way to have an exploit add more? (Running a NA 3DS 9.0.0-20U, With a Gateway card, EmuNand is also 9.0.0-20U)
  2. Arkansaw

    Arkansaw GBAtemp Advanced Fan

    Jul 23, 2005
    Trinidad and Tobago
    if you can, the obvious solution is to use the same ssid/password for the access points you can configure

    I don't use school wifi because..3ds does not work with WPA Enterprise :wink:
  3. StarOfDoom

    StarOfDoom GBAtemp Regular

    Apr 11, 2015
    United States
    My 3DS can connect atmy school, and use Browser and such, can even find people in Omega Ruby to battle, but can't connect in the battle. It sucks.
  4. RodrigoDavy

    RodrigoDavy GBAtemp Maniac

    Feb 9, 2011
    There are 3 extras wi-fi connections slots for the Nintendo DS profile. Keep in mind that it only works in open or WEP WiFi connections, but at the very least it can be used to access the public WiFi and you can configure your phone to use WEP
  5. The Real Jdbye

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    Not sure if those will actually be used at all in 3DS-mode, but it's worth a try.
    Rather than using WEP on the phone I'd change the phone's hotspot to match one of the other connections, WEP is too easy to crack.
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