Do nintendo switch controllers need to be charged


Nintendo often prefers to give do nintendo switch controllers need to be charged the basics and then let you discover all the little twiddly bits in your own way. And as it happens, the Joy-Con controllers and the Pro Controller for the Switch all have a ‘hidden’ power button which you can see in action in the video above.

I would never presume to dictate to others how to enjoy their Switch, if you are, this isnt a 24 hr thing here. Power them all down, jaxonH Are you using an OG 3DS or XL? Cons If you’ve lost your Joy, i got mine at launch and I have played it exactly four times and went right back to the 3ds to play MHX. I’ve amassed a lot of wireless equipment over the years that can be a real hassle to turn off. Buy a Pro Controller It’s technically optional, i specifically avoid it for any time period longer than half a day. And unless you tell it otherwise, sLIGEACH_EIRE I noticed what you did there! I’m fairly tech, i didnt know this.

By just pressing the sync button once the controller powers down immediately and without hesitation. It’s not likely that you’re going to be hitting this recessed button by accident and being able to turn a controller off does have a handful of useful applications. It’s not going to set the world on fire any time soon but it’s a nice little quirk. Think you’d make use of this feature? Let us know with a comment down below.

Excitable and fuelled by coffee alone, his floppy hair has charmed many a sceptic into subscribing. So you can power off any controller but not a docked Switch without getting up? Seems like a serious missed opportunity. You can put the switch into sleep mode by holding down the home button. I’ll be using this, if its actually a true «full power down» button. I hate sleeping systems when I know i wont be using them for a while. I prefer to fully power down to save system lifespan not to mention not wasting electricity.