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The time came after 4 years

The time came after 4 years

Fans had to wait 4 years for this update and now the time has come. Nintendo Switch’s new system software allows gamers to connect and use Bluetooth audio devices with a portable console.

Using Bluetooth Headphones and Switches: Nintendo Fulfills a Great Desire

Since the switch was released, there has been one feature that most players do not have: Bluetooth-audio support. If you want to play with the handheld console while traveling, you will need to purchase wireless headphones designed specifically for the switch, purchase a compatible Bluetooth adapter, or connect your headphones via jack. This is frustrating!

But with that New Console Update 13.0.0, No Now downloadable, these issues are finally a thing of the past! After installing the computer software, users can finally connect the Bluetooth audio devices to the switch and then use it. To do this, proceed as follows:

  • Opens system settings.
  • Scroll down almost to the “Bluetooth Audio” menu item.
  • Make sure your audio device is in connectivity mode.
  • Now select “Add Device”. The search may take some time.
  • Once your device is detected, you can connect it and then use it with the switch.

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Finally Bluetooth – but with restrictions …

Anyone connected to a Bluetooth audio device switch must live with certain restrictions. So that is possible Only a maximum of two wireless controllers If the Bluetooth audio device is currently connected to the console it will be connected to the switch. If you want to use more controllers, you must first disconnect the Bluetooth speaker or headphones.

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Additionally, the connection is automatically disconnected when the switch detects that the local wireless multiplayer game is starting. Nintendo also suggests A Bluetooth audio device at most at the same time Can be connected to the switch. However, you can save up to 10 device connections on the switch. This makes switching between devices easier.

After all, we can now bypass Bluetooth audio from our list:

There is bad news for Bluetooth headset users: you can turn on the sound of the switch with your headphones, However, an integrated microphone cannot be used. Nintendo also warns that there may be delays in audio playback depending on the Bluetooth device. If you find it annoying, you should continue to use the link via jack.