Hardware NA new 3DS XL board swapping

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Hi,

I wanted to know if it is possible to take a motherboard from one NA new 3DS XL and swap it with another one.

My reason being is that I have both NA launch colors, black came with 9.0 while red came with 9.4, I will be returning one tomorrow and am more interested in keeping the red.


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can cause issues with the fact the serials wouldn't match up between the consoles, i read something about someone having all their content vanish one day, they phoned nintendo who said someone had reported the console stolen and had the content transferred to a new console., and that the serial they had on their case didn't match the one they had linked to their NNID....so yeah down the line mismatched serials could cause issues
 

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yeah its easy. i use to do it on the old xls to swap mobos into limited editions before downgrading was possible. its tricky if you dont have the right tools or patience
 

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