The Nintendo Account Manager service has been in free mode for some time now, but it has now been rolled out across the US and Canada, and Australia and NZ, and you can now log in with a Samsung account.
The reason why this is happening is that Nintendo’s accounts are tied to Samsung’s services, so that when you log in to your Nintendo account it will work as if you were using a Samsung smartphone, allowing you to play games on the phone.
The service will be rolled out to other countries, too, so if you’ve never had the option, now might be a good time to do it.
What’s new in version 2.0 of the account management service?
You can now access your account from anywhere using your Samsung phone or PC.
The account will still be linked to the Samsung services you use most.
There’s a new ‘my profile’ page that will allow you to add and delete your photos, preferences, and contacts.
This will let you see what’s been saved to your account and when, and will let people log into your account without having to log in first.
A new ‘Profile Settings’ section lets you adjust the way your accounts are displayed.
You’ll be able to set up multiple accounts in the same user account (with your phone or desktop PC), and this is an area where you’ll find some interesting new options.
Some of the new features include: When you log into the account manager on your phone, you’ll see a new menu with options for adding and removing profiles.
You can select one profile at a time, and each profile will show its own list of settings and actions.
When using the service from your PC, you can access the account through a special ‘Profile’ section on your desktop.
On the ‘My Profile’ page, you have the option to set the ‘Time and Date’ to a specific date, time, or hour.
It’s also possible to select which profile your account will be displayed as.
In addition to these new options, there are also a number of other new features.
Firstly, you now have the ability to save and edit your profile from your desktop or laptop.
Secondly, you get a new, unified ‘My Account’ section, which will show the number of accounts that are open and the number you can add and remove.
Thirdly, you will be able now to create an ‘Online Profile’ from within the account.
You’ll also be able choose the name of the profile, whether it’s a photo, and the location of your profile.
Lastly, you’re able to delete your profile on a specific day.
You won’t be able delete a profile if you log out of the service.
Why the update is happening now?
The account management features were first introduced to Nintendo’s service in April, but have only been rolled-out for a couple of months.
How does it work?
In the new account management services, you log on to your accounts using a single Samsung smartphone or PC, and then you’ll be presented with a new account manager.
You then need to enter a number to create your account.
If you have multiple accounts you can then log in by clicking on the account icon in the upper right-hand corner of the screen.
From here you can create up to three different accounts, but if you only have one account, then you can set the profile that will appear in your account manager, and add it to your profile as well.
As soon as you click on the ‘Profile Manager’ icon, you are taken to a page where you can choose which profile you want to use.
Then you can log in and select the profile you’d like to use as your account name.
Here, you then have the opportunity to change your profile name, if you want, or to delete it altogether.
Alternatively, you could delete your account, and go back to it later if you wish.
Other new features in the update include: 1.
You are now able to see what information is stored on your account in the ‘my account’ section.
You now have access to a ‘my preferences’ section where you’re shown the total amount of time that has passed since you last accessed your account information, and how many days have passed since then.
You will now be able ‘create’ a ‘personal’ profile for your account on a smartphone or computer, and from there you can ‘create a new personal profile’ on a computer, for example.
You’re now able ‘edit’ a profile from within your account management page.
You may now select the type of profile you would like to show on your profile and set the location for the profile on the desktop or on your mobile