Nintendo switch Latest Firmware update Adds Bluetooth Audio Support

The Nintendo switch can now be paired with a Bluetooth Audio device following the latest firmware update

Starting Today Switch owners who update their Switch to the latest software can pair a wireless Bluetooth device to the switch something the switch was apparently able to do this entire time given the right software patch

Nintendo switch Latest Firmware update Adds Bluetooth Audio Support

To do so Switch owners must download the latest firmware patch From there they can find a Bluetooth Audio option within the system settings page once you select pair the switch will search for an available Bluetooth audio device and connect to me one when found

The switch can only be synced to one audio device at a time but can save up to 10 devices on the system

The latest firmware update also includes the ability to update the software on the switch dock but only the new docks with a LAN port included with the Switch OLED Model

It Should be noted that when paired to a Bluetooth Audio Device only two Wireless controllers can be connected to the Switch at a time connecting an additional wireless controller will disconnect the Bluetooth audio device Furthermore Bluetooth Microphones are not compatible with the switch

The wireless controller limit could be a reason why Nintendo never enabled this audio feature on the four years old device As a result some switch owners resorted to third party adopters to connect their Bluetooth headphones to the Switch

Now that the update is out you can freely connect your Apple AirPods or whatever other Bluetooth Audio device you choose

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