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Learn more about How to Access the Nintendo Network ID Settings Menu. Select Profile Settings. Update the gender, region, time zone, and email address as needed. You can view the birthdate and country, but these cannot be changed on the system.
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On the Wii U Menu, select the Mii character in the upper-left corner to access your User Settings. Select "Change User Information". Enter the password associated with your Nintendo Network ID, then select "OK." Choose from the following, to view or update the information associated with the Nintendo Network account:
Once you have entered your date of birth it is not possible to change it. Please delete the account and create a new one with the correct date of birth.
There is no way to change the age on your Nintendo Network account, so that minors don't try to bypass the age restrictions. However, if you are 18+, you could try calling Nintendo and explaining...
When creating a Nintendo Network ID, the first thing the system does is spit out a warning that says if you are under 18 years old, you have to get your parent or legal guardian to approve your ...
Yeah, as far as I know there is no way to change. But you know, Nintendo and online. Note that the Vita works in a similar manner, in order to use a different PSN account, the memory card in the system must be formatted. So this particular quirk is hardly exclusive to Nintendo...
Enter the password associated to your Nintendo Network ID, then select OK. Choose from the following, to view or update the information associated to the Nintendo Network account: Edit Personal...
Once you have chosen your Nintendo Network ID, it is not possible to change it. I accidentally set the wrong date of birth. How can I change it? Once you have entered your date of birth it is not possible to change it.
If not changing my age on my nintendo account, then maybe something in settings I missed that will allow me to view m rated games. User Info: GameOz. GameOz 3 years ago #2. Not that I know of. I set up my Sons account as his actual age and didn't realize there would be restrictions.