If you are a Nintendo Switch user and you are aware of the versions of the software that are running on your system, you surely noticed that the new update is already available (and if you still do not notice it, as soon as you can connect the console to the Internet).
This is version 10.0.2 of the system software and in case you don’t know what it contains, here we are to help you.
According to the official Nintendo site , updating your system software gives you access to feature enhancements to make your experience as easy as possible.
The most outstanding aspect of version 10.0.2 is that it comes with improvements to the general stability of the system and particularly presumes a solution to a problem that platform users began to notice in past days.
This issue was that Nintendo Switches with 10.0.0 or 10.0.1 versions of the system software could not be optimally paired with a new Pro Controller, causing the controller joystick to fail .
The Big N claims that this situation has been solved, but still it does not hurt to remind you that if you have problems with your Joy-Cons or with your Pro Controller , there is a way to make your Android phone a Nintendo Switch control, and in the video tutorial below we show you how:
On the other hand, remember that updates to the Nintendo Switch system software are usually done automatically just by having the console connected to the Internet, but there are times when it is necessary to do it manually .
For the latter, all you have to do is go to the home of the Switch, choose the ‘Console Configuration’ menu and within it select the ‘Console’ option .
If your Switch is already updated you will only see the version number, and if it is not then you will see the legend ‘The console update is ready’ .
In that case, just press the ‘Console Update’ button and you’re done.