We already took for granted that you could never do, but Nintendo has published a firmware update with which, from now on, we will be able to listen to the games from wireless audio devices , such as some airpods .
It is curious that Nintendo has taken so long to add such a simple and requested function but, perhaps waiting for the imminent premiere of Nintendo Switch Oled , have decided to make the leap with this new functionality, compatible with all models of the console
Why have they taken so long? We will see if Nintendo says it these days, since it is very curious. But let's stay at what better late than never. Next, we tell you how to proceed to match your audio devices to the Nintendo Switch console, with the instructions coming from your official website.
How to connect and match audio device in Nintendo Switch
- Make sure there are no more than two wireless controls connected to the Nintendo Switch console. If you need to disconnect a control, press and hold the SYNC button on the control for at least one second. A pair of joy-con control count as two wireless controls.
- Turn on the Bluetooth audio device and put it in search or connection mode. Follow the instructions on the Bluetooth audio device on how to make the connection.
- In the Nintendo Switch Home menu, select Console settings.
4. Scroll to Bluetooth audio and choose Add Device to search for Audio Bluetooth devices available nearby. It can take several seconds to find available devices. If you have already been connected and saved 10 devices on the console, you will have to delete at least one before connecting a new device. 5. Select the name of the Bluetooth audio device when it appears on the screen. 6. Once connected, the audio will be played through the Bluetooth device. Make sure you adjust the volume of the console so that it is nice.