Remove Health and Safety Screen DSi

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Mar 30, 2010
  1. Vectorferret
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    Is there anyway to remove the Health and Safety screen on a DSi?
     
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    Don't think there is a flash for DSi
     
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    Press the power button and then shut your eyes tightly. Be sure to mash the buttons until you hear background music.


    Seriously, though, there's no way to turn it off at the moment. Once the DSi is hacked, then maybe...it's not like it's a massive obstruction though.
     
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    I was hoping there was something like the battery trick like on the DS Lite. Oh well, it's a minor annoyance.
     
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    What is the battery trick?
     
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    If you set the DS to "Auto" in the settings, take out the battery, wait a while, put the battery back in, it should take you to the initial setup. Go through it, setting everything up. Once the DS says "The system will now shut down", use the power switch instead of pressing A. Now the DS will automatically skip the Health and Safety screen on EVERY GAME. The downside to this is that booting without a game takes you back to the initial setup, and completing the setup normally will result in disabling the trick.
     
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    Sounds interesting, will have to try this after I go home.
     

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