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- Mar 12, 2021
I have read on Reddit that some people have been able to login to the Japanese app using a US Bandai Namco ID. Tho apparently only US and Japanese ones work with other countries still being locked out. Tho I have not tried this myself as I have an iPhone and only plan to jump thru the hoops of making a Japanese iTunes account if we end up not getting a US app.Makes sense. If we don't hear anything else by US release maybe I will go ahead and learn some Japanese. Reading the english translation lab guide from Humulos and it seems like you can change BNID that links to the account but I guess its too early to know if you can change to an account with a different region.You don't even need the app to install a single DIM, right?Honestly, I'm going to intentionally stay away from the app.The app is fun and useful if you need a boost, but if you plan to play with this a bunch, the benefits are minimal. You can have fun without the app, granted I learned this by thoroughly using the app.
It was tough to download and now it requires an update to use. So if youve got digimon in storage on the app theyll be locked in without the update.
But a phone with NFC is worth having to generate battles easily.
Me waiting for ZenMarket to ship mine and going to pay out the wahzoo for it.You would probably lose whatever data you had on the app, since the point of linking is to backup that information on the app.Sorry if this has been answered before. I am thinking about downloading VB Lab but not linking it to a BNID (I have one but its not Japanese) and then deleting the app to try linking it if it ever gets international support. Would anything be lost by doing this? I just want to be able to store digimon and collect special missions but I don't want to lose months worth of work if English support is added.
But thats really all that would be at risk.
Its too early to tell if the device will be able to connect to an international version of the app after using the japanese version - since that would require us to have an international version of the app to test it out on.