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No the Nintendo 3DS was invented from Nintendo based in Japan. The Nintendo 3DS was Built and put together in ether china or Thailand. The Nintendo 3DS is Japanese.
The 3DS will read music files placed anywhere on the SD card. Do not place music files in your "Private" (game data) or "DCIM" (photos) folders.
On the Nintendo 3DS homescreen, there is an application called 3DS Sound. After you open it, the Nintendo 3DS will locate files that the music is stored in and you will be able to play it from there.
The Nintendo 3DS will be able to play Nintendo DS and DSi games but games published for the Nintendo 3DS will not be compatible with those systems.
no you dont need to put password to activate your 3DS in the beginning, you put your own code in the first time you turn on and use you 3DS.
The Nintendo 3DS itself does not have a tracking feature or GPS so you cannot use an application to track it.
Yes. The Nintendo 2DS is built to play 3DS games, so the mini cartridges are the same as those used on the 3DS. The 2DS does not have its own library of games separate from the 3DS.
The Nintendo 3DS has Parental Controls that limit the use of online features and changes to the system settings. There is, however, no password that prevents the complete usage of the Nintendo 3DS
Sorry no you can't the 3ds cartridge has a small bit sticking out and has 3d software on it Love miss 10 year old
No, there is no way to do so. The 3DS will support Miis, though.