Wi-fi secret button?

  1. I push it, but when the screen with "(A) OK" comes up, there's no text. HELP ME!

    User Info: suicidesilence2

    suicidesilence2 - 8 years ago
  2. Clarification Request::
    Please elaborate...

    User Info: chipoltle

    chipoltle - 8 years ago
  3. Additional Details:
    OK, when you are in the wifi setup screen, with AOSS and Manual Setup and such, in the upper right hand corner there is a secret button. It takes awhile to get, but its there. After awhile, a screen pops up, but its blank.

    User Info: suicidesilence2

    suicidesilence2 - 8 years ago
  4. Additional Details:
    Yeah there is I've done it before.

    User Info: suicidesilence2

    suicidesilence2 - 8 years ago
  5. Clarification Request::
    There's no button for the DSI either!

    User Info: Gamer-Freak-3

    Gamer-Freak-3 - 8 years ago
  6. Additional Details:
    Oh crap, sorry. It's in the upper left hand corner. Hehe...
    But I have a Lite.

    User Info: suicidesilence2

    suicidesilence2 - 8 years ago

Top Voted Answer

  1. There is in fact a "secret" button found in the Wi-Fi menus of some American games. Touching the pixel in the far upper left corner activates the button. But, it doesn't do anything; it's just a dummied out button that allowed for easier configuration with certain Japanese routers.

    User Info: 8_bit_ninja

    8_bit_ninja - 7 years ago 2 0


  1. There aint no "button" Unless your using DSi, for that i have no idea.

    User Info: FlashManEXE1985

    FlashManEXE1985 - 8 years ago 0 1
  2. I have a DS Lite and the only button in that position is the Left Shoulder Button

    User Info: itwizz

    itwizz (Expert) - 7 years ago 0 0
  3. There is one but it does nothing and I would not advise trying to get to the button

    User Info: Mat_Exe

    Mat_Exe - 7 years ago 1 0
  4. If you have any games from japan, set your console to japanese and load the wifi config of the game. The fourth menu option will be there and working, but pointless as its's a japanese only type of connection.

    Because the option needs to be available on the japanese screen they hid it in the top left corner on the other languages.

    User Info: neogetz

    neogetz - 7 years ago 1 0

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