From more research, seen a few people say removing the battery for a few seconds helps. I rather doubt it, but I guess that's my last recourse to solve it on my own. I really was hoping the next firmware update would solve it, but that came and went and the problem only got worse.
Nintendo's support section is terrible, confusing, and doesn't even list this issue.
Going to have to go through the hassle of calling I guess. I hope their tech support isn't in India and that if I get a Westerner, I get someone that isn't a creep. Last time I called a tech support number, it was for Time Warner Cable. And it was an American or Canadian from the sounds of it, but he was terribly rude and idiotic.
At least when it's offshored, they're polite. Often not very effective (Often, not even their fault), but always with manners.
Last edited by Leo_Ames; 06-15-2014 at 06:08 PM.