Really, I'm confused.
Really, I'm confused.
Step 1: download iTunes (unless you already have it)
Step 2: install iTunes
Step 3: import the song you want into the itunes library.
Step 4: right click (or whatever equivalent) the song, and convert it into AAC format. this will create an AAC copy of the song, not replace the original song.
Step 5: transfer to SD card and enjoy! :D
hope it works, if it doesn't try google.
Yeah it's pretty much what he said. Why don't you check the 3ds manual just to make sure?
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Well on the 3DS the file format doesn't need to be AAC it can be MP3. All you need to do is put your SD card into your PC and drag the files you want over to the card then put it back into your 3DS and enjoy =)
that's how I did it
I was waiting for one of these to appear. Because I remember quite a few when the DSi came out. It amazes me that people don't get it. ... Sorry. ANYWAYS. Yeah, pretty much what DiggeryDave Said.
Compatible Music Files: .mp3, .m4a, .mp4, .3gp
1) Connect your SD card to the computer, by Connect I mean make it so you can access your Sd Card on your computer.
2) Grab Music files and copy them to your SD card. (You can Drap and Drop, or copy files then paste them, whatever you want.)
3) Wait for Copying to finish.
4) Pull Out SD card and put it in your 3DS, and enjoy your music, on your 3DS.
If that wasn't good enough then, from Nintendo:
SpoilerHow to Save Music Files to an SD Card
Step by step instructions on how to save music files to an SD card.
Need: A compatible SD card or SDHC card
Need: Compatible music files (.mp3, .m4a, .mp4, .3gp)
Need: An SD card slot on the PC or Mac or a commercially available SD card reader/writer
Note: Copy-protected files cannot be saved to an SD card.
What to do:
Insert the SD card into the SD card slot or the SD card reader/writer.
Open Windows Explorer (for PC) or Finder (for Mac) and access the SD card.
Using Windows Explorer or Finder, access the location where the music files are stored.
Highlight the data and copy it to the SD card.
Do not place your music files in the Nintendo 3DS folder on the SD Card. Music files in this folder will not be visible when using Nintendo 3DS Sound.
when you insert you sd card in your computer you should see somewhere where there are two files called "dcim' and "nintendo3ds." make a new folder along with the other two called music and put music in that folder. hope it helps.