- Select System Settings from the HOME Menu.
- Select Nintendo Network ID Settings.
- Select Other. Select Delete Nintendo Network ID.
- If prompted, enter the 4-digit PIN and select OK.
- Select your reason for deleting from the options on the screen.
How to Delete your Nintendo Network ID!
What happens when you delete a Nintendo network ID. For good
From the HOME Menu, go to SYSTEM SETTINGS. Select Users from the drop-down menu. To access the Profile Settings for a particular user account, click ManageUserAccounts on the left side of this screen. Scroll down and select Delete User at the bottom of the settings menu. Select Next after checking the Delete box.
A Nintendo Network ID that has been deleted may not be used to establish a new account. That username is no longer accessible once it has been removed. Only remove the Nintendo Network ID if you don’t want to use it or access your purchases (on Wii U or Nintendo 3DS) any more.
Select the Nintendo eShop icon on the system’s HOME menu. Select Settings/Other from the left-hand menu. Select Delete Account from the drop-down menu. After that, choose Delete and Enter Serial Number.
Select “User information,” then scroll down to the “E-mail” section and click “Edit.” click “Send e-mail” to receive a verification code by email.
Once you’ve created an account, the Nintendo Network ID (username) and nation are unchangeable. To update this information, you must start over with a new Nintendo Network ID. To create a new one on your system, you don’t have to delete the present Nintendo Network ID.
Click User info after signing in to your Nintendo Account. Scroll down to the Linked accounts section and click Edit under User information. To remove a connection between your NNID and your Nintendo Account, click the checkmark next to Nintendo Network ID.