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I don't know how to send a swapnote.
How do you send a swapnote!!! i allready have friends but they won't make me their friend! i know, i know you have to hit the send button for either spotpass or streetpass but when i tap the send button for streetpass it just saves the note for delivery and i tried tapping the button for spotpass but i can't tap the send button and yes,i tried pressing the x button to send the note but it just says, 'sending note via streetpass...' and nothing happens. I had waited for months trying to send a note and now i'm frustrated. Tell me how to send a note!!!
Answer from: Keithchris
If you wanna send swapnote you have to have a parent code for 3ds. i just did one simple one i can remember because i made it up. you have to get your parents signuture, send an email, than get a code than enter it and im pretty sure thats how you send them. :)
Answer from: Camo807
You have to wait until you tag someone in streetpass. then if they have the swapnotes icon then when you tag them the will get a notifacation for swapnotes and recive your note.
Answer from: ik all cheats
For some reason my cousin did that and i did not get it for street pass its for people around u gets the note for street pass so try thek blue one trust me it will work
Answer from: jb
Yea you have to use street pass when u r in near but what is spot pass
Answer from: froger chuck
You push send pick your friend and send
Answer from: Aintelligent
I know why it's not working. 1: Your friends need to know your friend code in order to add you. 2: The way streetpass notes work, your friend has to be right across from you, and playing swapnote. 3: You should most likely be online letting them join your game, so that the sending system goes alot faster, and so that you're playing within better signal bounderies.
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