The Internet Browser is an Internet browser designed for the Nintendo 3DS family system. It was released via firmware update on June 6, in North America and June 7, in Europe, Australia, and Japan. Access to Internet site content can now be filtered as of system update An improved version of the. How to Launch the Internet Browser. Applies to: New Nintendo 3DS, New Nintendo 3DS XL, New Nintendo 2DS XL, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo 3DS XL, Nintendo 2DS. Step by step instructions on how to access the Internet Browser. Applies to: New Nintendo 3DS, New Nintendo 3DS XL, New Nintendo 2DS XL, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo 3DS XL, Nintendo 2DS. The browser supports many common web formats and standards.*. However, the browser does not support plug-ins, such as Adobe Flash. *For specific information, refer to the compatibility chart.
European 3DS XL, if it's any difference Specifically, can it handle: 1) email ( Gmail)? 2) typing long messages? Sending more than a couple of sentences from my not-so-smart phone is a pain. 3) secure transactions and Paypal checkout? That's pretty much all I need for emergency Internet access. I'm wondering whether I. While the New 3DS doesn't have anywhere near the best browser on the market, it's significantly better than the one on the original 3DS. The original 3DS, as you rightly stated, almost always refuses to load up a page. You could not watch Youtube on the old one, you had to download a seperate app to do so. Perks of the. 4 Dec Finally, something the 3DS browser is useful for. A Vine post by a Japanese user alerted me to this bizarre nugget of Nintendo minutia: if you tap out the Super Mario Bros. theme's opening bar on.