I can't help much with the wireless internet connection...a friend was over and set ours up while my husband and I just sat there and let her, lol! We are also connected via wireless and it was pretty easy to download the songs....we have the free Firework song and then a couple others that we paid for that my kids just HAD to have (can you say Barbie Girl?)
I bought my nintendo points using a credit card directly on the Wii, and it's pretty self-explanatory. I think you buy them by going into the shopping icon and just enter your credit card info as if you were buying something online. It was so easy that I could even figure it out, lol!
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You have to have your Wii hooked up the internet for it to work first. Mine is hooked up wireless. Once that is done. You go to Store and then continue.
Click on Complete Catalogue, and then then choose whatever song it is you want to download. Firework was a free download. Hit purchase and then choose your SD Card Memory as the Wii System Memory doesn't hold a lot of songs. Then it has Purchase Confirmaiton and you'll choose Yes.
Start with the Free Firework download, and also the free one that was mentioned here. If you want to download more, you'll have to buy some Nintendo points. I bought mine at Walmart in the Nintendo section. When you get the card home and opened up, go to the Wii Shop Channel and hit Start. Click on Start Shopping and then click on Add Wii Points. You can choose either Redeem Nintendo Points Card (the one I bought from Walmart) or Buy Wii Points with a Credit Card. I've never done that before so can't help you with that one. With the points card, you scratch off the silver part on the back to reveal the number and then enter it into the Nintendo Points Card Activation Number button, and then click OK.
If you've come that far, you should be ready to head back into the Just Dance 2 Store and buy some songs!
I'm not sure how I got hooked up wirelessly. I had to play around with it quite a bit. On the main screen of the Wii when you turn it on, click on the Wii button (bottom left corner) and then Wii Settings, and then scroll over right to the Wii System Settings 2 and choose Internet. From there, I am lost. Perhaps Connection Settings. Hopefully someone can help from here.
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