It wasn’t until recently Nintendo’s latest gaming console, the Nintendo Switch, flooded the market. However, multiple users already experience difficulties enjoying the promised gaming experience. The first batch rolled out with some issues that, unfortunately, come between gamers and the Nintendo experience. Luckily, there are some easy fixes and the company already issued a statement saying it is currently looking into the matter and will come up with a sound resolve soon enough.
The most troubling issue is the fact that the battery pack won’t charge properly. However, there is a way around it. Even so, if some users do not feel comfortable poking at their gaming unit on their own, it is highly recommended that they either wait for Nintendo to issue an official fix, or take the Nintendo Switch to the shop from where it was purchased and ask for further advice. The fact that the gaming unit supports USB-C means that it is possible for users to charge the Nintendo Switch with any USB-C compatible external battery. However, the external power source has to be powerful enough to deliver the juice to the console. A 6,630 mAh external battery should do the trick.
On the other hand, users have also complained about games not working properly. Since the issue involves electric circuits, it is highly recommended not to attempt poking at the device without professional assistance. One reason as to why a game might not work could be the fact that users do not insert the game cartridge correctly. For those experience such problems, check again the instructions manual. If the issue persists, try the old-fashioned way of cleaning the connections with Q-tips soaked is Alcohol. However, do not attempt this procedure it doubts arise.
Another issue that keeps the users from enjoying the most out of their gaming consoles is the fact the Joy-Con controller does not work at times. This problem refers to a wireless connectivity issue that Nintendo faced since the first Wii was launched. It could be a line-of-sight issue rather than a settings-related issue, according to analysts. Nintendo took notice and issued an official statement saying the engineers are investigating the problem.
Ultimately, running out of storage is only natural, as, for reasons yet unknown, the company chose to equip the Nintendo Switch with only 32 Gb of internal storage. However, this can be resolved easily with external memory that can be purchased from any electronics shop.
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