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1Perform a system update on the Nintendo DSi if your system does not have the latest version of the menu software. If you have never performed a system update, open the "System Settings" menu from the main DSi menu screen, and select the "System Update" option on the fourth page of settings options. Follow the on-screen prompts, and accept the agreement to begin downloading the update.
2Select the "Camera" option from the main DSi menu screen to access the camera and photo features.
The Nintendo DSi can send pictures straight to a Facebook profile if you have these following things...
- An Internet Connection with your Nintendo DSi - A Facebook Integration - Nintendo DSi System Menu of 1.4
In order to obtain Facebook Integration, you must have a system menu 1.4. To see if you have 1.4, you must go to "Settings ( or wrench )" on the NDSi menu screen, and the version number will appear on the top screen in the lower right corner. If you do not have at least 1.4, you must find "Settings" again on the main NDSi screen, and move to page 4 using the right arrow. Select, "System Update", then "Yes", then "Next". Pick 'I Agree', then OK to begin the system update. You must have an internet connection to perform this. Facebook Integration is 100% free, and supplied by Nintendo, and Facebook. ----------------------------------------------------------------- How to send photos to your Facebook account-
1. Choose the "camera" feature on the main NDSi menu. 2. Select the "album" feature. 3. Pick the photo you would like to send to Facebook, then touch the blue Facebook icon on the sticker tool bar. 4. Choose "yes" to connect to the internet. 5. Enter your Facebook Username, and password to sign into your Facebook account. 6. Select "yes" to send the photo to your Facebook pictures. You are now done.
If you have any further questions or concerns, just post a comment stating the problem. - Nate
Sometimes dsi's don't do Facebook. check your internet connection settings. Also you need wi-fi for Facebook on a dsi. And if that doesn't work, your dsi was made before 2010. They started doing Facebook for the dsi in 2011. If it was made in 2011, then go to www.nintendo.com and type in "contact nintendo" in the search bar. Click on "nintendo-contact us!", put in your e-mail and choose "DSi" and so on.
You must have internet connection to upload pictures from your DSI to facebook. Make sure your DSI has the latest firmware update (go to the system settings menu and select system update). Then when you go to your album and select a picture, a Facebook icon should appear. Selecting this will open a page that lets you log in to Facebook and upload your photo. Thanks for using FixYa!
If you already have a picture saved on your Nintendo DSi that you'd like to upload, you can skip ahead to step four. If you're taking a picture on the fly, proceed to step three.
Press the "R" button on the upper-right shoulder of the Nintendo DSi to access the camera. Follow the on-screen instructions to take your picture. Press "Save."
On the Nintendo DSi menu, press the "Nintendo DSi Camera" icon. Go to your "Album."
Select the picture you want to upload. If you're interested, you can edit the picture first with stamps, graffiti, lens distortion, and other neat built-in features. When you're done, return to the Album's main menu.
Once you're ready to upload your picture to Facebook, click on the Facebook icon that appears above your picture when you scroll past it on the Album's main menu.
You will need to connect your Nintendo DSi to the Internet, and log onto Facebook. Your DSi will ask you for the email address and password you registered with Facebook.
If your login information is correct, a prompt will ask you if you want to upload your photo to Facebook. Click "Yes."
When you upload your first Nintendo DSi picture, a "Nintendo DSi" picture album will be created automatically on Facebook. You must use Facebook to add captions to your photos, and view/reply to comments your friends make on your pictures.
-You can edit your album information from Facebook, However, next time you upload a picture from your Nintendo DSi, another album titled "Pictures from Nintendo DSi" will be created automatically, and your new picture will be stored in it.
-You won't need to enter your email address every time you want to upload a photo to Facebook from your DSi, but you will need to re-enter your password.
Perform a system update on the Nintendo DSi if your system does not have the latest version of the menu software. If you have never performed a system update, open the "System Settings" menu from the main DSi menu screen, and select the "System Update" option on the fourth page of settings options. Follow the on-screen prompts, and accept the agreement to begin downloading the update.
Select the "Camera" option from the main DSi menu screen to access the camera and photo features.
Choose the "Albums" option to access the pictures you have taken.
Scroll through the pictures by dragging them to the left or right with your stylus until you find the photo you want to upload to Facebook.
Press the blue "F" icon on the picture you want to upload; this is the icon for Facebook uploads.
Select the "Yes" option with your stylus when asked if you want to connect to the Internet.
Press the buttons to enter your Facebook email address and password, typing the information using an on-screen keyboard and your stylus.
Tap the "Login" button after your email address and password are entered.
Tap the "Yes" button to confirm that you want to upload the photo to your Facebook account.
Wait while the DSi uploads the photo, and press the "OK" button upon completion to return to the "Albums" listing on your Nintendo DSi.
yes you can, but you will first have to connect to the internet.
Turn on the Nintendo DSi then Click on the wrench icon to access "System Settings." Select "Internet" on the third page of System Settings. Select "Connection Settings" and tap the "None" bar in "Connection 1." You have the option of setting up a connection manually, or searching for available connections in the area. The easiest thing to do is select "Search for an Access Point." Your Nintendo DSi will list the names of any wireless access points in range. A gold, unlocked icon next to the connection's name signifies an unlocked WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) connection that can be accessed immediately. A locked gold icon signifies an encrypted WEP connection that requires a WEP key (password). If you are accessing a locked/encrypted connection, enter your WEP key. You may also click "Change Security Settings" to enter a WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) key. If your WEP key is correct, your Nintendo DSi should connect. You can test your connection to verify. You're set! Now you can surf the Internet, purchase games and add-ons in the Nintendo DSi Shop, and play games that allow wireless access and competition (with WEP connections, only). Note Most Nintendo DS and DSi owners can get online by searching for an access point, but some might have to resort to manual setup.The Nintendo DSi can go online with a WPA connection, but actually playing DSi games online requires a WEP connection.
the dsi is trying to connect to connection file 2 ?? usually your home wireless connection is file 1 ? edit connection 2 with the same details that are in connection file 1 , or tell the dsi to use connection file 1 instead hope this helps ?? let me know