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Published on Feb 22, 2017
Mii March, also known as Mii Profile Picture Month, is an annual celebration of Nintendo, StreetPass, and Mii characters during the month of March! Join in on the fun by changing your profile picture to an image of your Mii during March, and use the hashtag #MiiMarch to help spread the word! For more information about Mii March and other fun ideas about how you can participate, check out the links below:
How to get an image of your Mii from your Nintendo systems:
On Nintendo 3DS or 2DS: 1. Ensure there is an SD Card inserted into the Nintendo 3DS or 2DS before continuing. 2. Select the Mii Maker icon on the HOME Menu, and tap "Open." 3. Tap the "QR Code/Image Options" button. 4. Tap "Save Mii as Image." 5. Select the desired Mii Character, press "OK," and select "Face."
On Wii U: 1. Ensure there is an SD Card inserted into the Wii U before continuing. 2. From the Wii U Menu, select "Mii Maker." 3. Tap "QR Code/Image Options." 4. Tap "Save Mii as Image." 5. Select the desired Mii Character, press "Create," and select "Face."
Once you've saved the image of your Mii to the SD Card, you can copy the image from your SD Card to your computer, or you can upload it directly from your Nintendo 3DS via the Internet Browser (uploading images saved to an SD Card isn't supported on the Wii U Internet Browser).
The easiest way to upload photos from your Nintendo 3DS is to visit Nintendo Image Share (https://i.nintendo.net/) from the Nintendo 3DS Internet Browser, where you can upload photos from your SD Card directly to Twitter, Facebook, and Tumblr.
If you'd like, you can even get creative and use an image of your Mii from games that utilize Mii characters, such as Tomodachi Life, Animal Crossing: New Leaf, Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U, Nintendo Land, Mario Kart 8, and more! You can use an image that you've shared to Miiverse (https://miiverse.nintendo.net/), or you can upload a screenshot from suspended software on Wii U directly to Twitter, Facebook, or Tumblr by visiting Nintendo Image Share (https://i.nintendo.net/) from the Wii U Internet Browser.