With the latest software update for Nintendo Switch, five years after its release, Bluetooth gained headphone connection support.
A new firmware update has arrived for the Nintendo Switch. The 13.0.0 update brings Bluetooth headset support, one of the biggest new additions, to Switch users. All types of audio devices such as Bluetooth microphones, external headphones and speakers can now be paired with the Switch.
Nintendo Switch’s 13.0.0 update is out
Nintendo also confirmed that up to two wireless controllers can be connected to the Switch when using Bluetooth. However, you can register up to 10 devices to the system. You should note that only two wireless controllers can be connected to the Switch at the same time when paired with a Bluetooth audio device. Connecting an additional wireless controller will disconnect the Bluetooth audio device. your Bluetooth device To connect, you can easily connect your device by entering the System Settings page and pressing the “Pair” option.
The update also allows the Switch to keep its internet connection in Sleep mode. “When this setting is enabled, systems with wired internet connections will maintain internet connectivity even when in sleep mode. This allows software and add-on content to be downloaded to the system while the system is in sleep mode,” Nintendo said. Also, the 13.0.0 update notifies you from the Connection Status page whether your Switch is connected to 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz internet.
The latest firmware update also includes the ability to update the software in the Switch dock. Software updates allowed on Nintendo Switch docks with LAN port. This update only applies to Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Switch – OLED Model systems.
Don’t forget to download the latest firmware patch to use the brand new Nintendo Switch features. For more information on Nintendo Switch’s 13.0.0 update, you can visit the Customer Support page.