So what does Power-saving mode do? >_>

#1NeonOctopusPosted 8/16/2011 1:23:45 PM
Where does it "save power"?
#2endoflevelbossPosted 8/16/2011 2:10:15 PM
#3Spiffy247Posted 8/16/2011 2:14:11 PM
The 3DS saves power through the use of its mutant abilities and utility belt.
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#4r_m_8_8Posted 8/16/2011 2:15:39 PM
I rarely turn power-saving mode off. It makes a noticeable difference, along with turning wireless off.
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#5Kieff_KalinaPosted 8/16/2011 4:22:55 PM
It makes the screen yellow-ish! =)
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#6elheberPosted 8/16/2011 4:31:53 PM
When the image on screen is darker, the LCD displays a slightly brighter version of that image while at the same time lowering the brightness of the backlight behind the image. So, for example, if the screen were showing a dark grey image, then the LCD would show a light grey image but turn the backlight down so it looks dark grey.

One of the biggest side-effects of this is a noticeable loss of contrast. Even the horizontal lines in the Screen Brightness menu seem to disappear when you turn Power-Saving on. Whites can no longer be white.
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#7nintendoggerPosted 8/16/2011 4:40:40 PM
endoflevelboss posted...

Where can I adjust whether or not I am "online"?
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#8Retrostarman87Posted 8/16/2011 4:57:28 PM
nintendogger posted...
endoflevelboss posted...

Where can I adjust whether or not I am "online"?

Go to "Friend list", then go to settings, then "Friend Notifications Settings", and toggle it from there.
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