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Microphone& Nintendogs I have nintendogs Chihuahua and friends. I got it in China, along with my DS. I'm sure it's not iQue because it has no Chinese language setting. On the nintendogs box it has the official Nintendo seal and it's reflective, but I am having suspicions that my DS and/or Nintendogs game are not really nintendo!!! I have a Electric Blue DS, but not Lite. Is the Nintendo label on the front supposed to be written in silver and outlined with silver, and the rest blue, or is it supposed to be the original red and white label? Also, my nintendogs game does not follow the descriptions of the Nintendo DS website. When you just bring home the puppy from the kennel without playing with it or anything, is there a save button? After you play with the dog and have it settle down, do you name it? This is my microphone problem. When I say his name, it says: "He didn't seem to understand you. Touch Begin Audio Input and call his name again." Does that mean he didn't hear me or that he heard me but doesn't know it's his name? Do I have to get my microphone fixed?

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  • Anonymous Dec 09, 2007

    Hi i got same problem my ds lite won't work on the microphone on of my all the games what should i do? i have to use headphones with mic i hate it help.

  • POTC13 Jan 01, 2008

    my mic does not work at all does not hear sound or feel me blowing in the mic for the bubbles (or balloons in hamsters life) i let it rest but it still did not work i did speek clearly and still nothing




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I had the same problem call your dog bob or something simple
something short so you can say it the same time and time again...i had to try about 6 times but it worked in the end ..all the nintendogs games have the same problem ...


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Try getting a mic headset you plug in 

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Maybe You Could Try It A Few More Times Then Go And Get someone to look at it!!
Or its not real nintendo ds...

Posted on Nov 22, 2008

Get it fixed

Posted on Mar 08, 2008

Talk into it loud but clearly

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