I only take out a game cartridge when it's in the home menu. And I never ever take the the sd memory card out while the system is on. Takeing out the sd memory card while the system is on, without the systems permision, can corrupt its files.
#22d0wnerPosted 3/2/2013 4:09:10 PM
I do it when my system is in sleep mode and the game not running.
--- shoot the core.
#23Jacob_9DPosted 3/2/2013 5:13:24 PM
I do, despite the regular 3DS Operations Manuel on page 10 saying "2. Always turn the Nintendo 3DS power off before loading or removing a Game card." I also was used to not hot swapping.
#24MrKunioPosted 3/2/2013 5:30:05 PM
Uhm, i go to the home menu, close the software and then switch games.
The thing in the background even spins when you pop a new game in. PSP and 3DS are designed to do this.
I would never do it on a regular ds though. --- Official Mr. Bousouzoku 1986 3DS Fc: Mr. Kunio - 3437-4087-1475
#25keyblader1985Posted 3/2/2013 5:59:47 PM
The thing in the background even spins when you pop a new game in.
The thing in the background is responding to sound, not the game card. Blow into the mic and you'll see the same thing. --- http://i154.photobucket.com/albums/s277/keyblader1985/keyblader.jpg You only need one T-Rex to make the point, though. ~ Samus Sedai
#26iMURDAuPosted 3/2/2013 6:06:52 PM
Of course I do. Why would I take the time to turn the system off or put it in sleep mode? Sleep mode is the same thing as being turned on anyway. If the software is closed and I'm on the home screen then obviously its not going to hurt to change the cart. I grew up with the original gameboy and haven't had any problems adjusting. Just like with any recent console you don't have to power down to change discs. --- Make the worst possible retailer an exclusive for a masterpiece game.. It's like putting Rolex into a Walmart." -LordClyde on Gamestop selling Xenoblade
#27yabPosted 3/2/2013 8:14:29 PM
Yes as long as the game isn't running. --- ...
#28DonomegaPosted 3/2/2013 8:21:28 PM
Nope, I once messed up a system doing that. It was a Sega Nomad, if anyone remembers those things lol --- Intell 8088 @ 7.14Mhz | 604K RAM | TCGA 16 Color graphics | TWO 5.25" 640K Floppy drives | 10MB Hard disk 3DS FC: 0903-4184-6816
#29Spiffy247Posted 3/2/2013 8:22:49 PM
I never swap cartridges with the system on. With any cartridge based system. --- I'm clever, vaguely feminine, a vampire, and I wield Dice. PH33R. The 3DS and PSVita are both outstanding systems. Wally the Equality Weasel says so.