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Nintendo Says JoyCon Wireless Issues Were Caused By 'Manufacturing Variation' - Kotaku

If you, like me and several other Kotaku staff, have run into a consistent left Switch JoyCon signal issue, don't worry: Nintendo says it's not in fact a hardware problem, but a “manufacturing variation.” The company also says to contact them for a fix ...and more »

Nintendo has an easy fix for the Switch Joy-Con desync issue - CNET

When you're playing Zelda with your new Nintendo Switch on your luxuriously large TV, does Link tend to run off cliffs like a damn lemming because your left controller suddenly stopped working? It's colloquially known as the "left Joy-Con desync issue ...and more »

Nintendo acknowledges shonky Joy-Con issue and will offer free repairs - The INQUIRER

JAPANESE GAMES FIRM Nintendo has finally acknowledged the widespread connection issues affecting its new Joy-Con controllers. The issue, which has seen the left Joy-Con controller randomly disconnected from the Nintendo Switch console, has been ...and more »

Quit playing Nintendo Switch on your TV - SlashGear

If you have a Nintendo Switch and you've been spending most of your time playing on your TV, I have a message for you: stop it. The Switch's hybrid nature might be a little strange to folks who have never really used handheld gaming devices, but there ...and more »

Nintendo may have solved Switch Joy-Con desync issue – with foam?! - TrustedReviews

There's good news on the horizon for Nintendo Switch owners plagued by Joy-Con syncing issues – Nintendo may have a fix. Since the Nintendo Switch earlier this month, Zelda fans have endlessly bemoaned the left Joy-Con controller and its disconnection ...and more »

Nintendo Claims 'Manufacturing Variation' For Joy-Con Issues - Ubergizmo

According to Nintendo's official stance regarding the Joy-Con connectivity issues, the company has claimed that there are no widespread technical issues. However it seems that the problems could have been due to “manufacturing variations”, or at least ...and more »

Why the Nintendo Switch's left Joy-Con disconnects, according to Nintendo - Digital Trends

Enough Nintendo Switch owners have experienced “left Joy-Con” connection issues with the console that Nintendo has been forced to address the problem in an official statement sent to media outlets on March 23. In the statement the company said there is ...and more »

Nintendo blames Switch Joy-Con issue on 'manufacturing variation,' offers fix - TechCrunch

Nintendo's latest console, the Switch, has been received quite favorably by us and others (having one of the best games ever on it helped) — but one recurring complaint concerned the Joy-Con L, or left controller, as everyone else calls it ...and more »

Nintendo finds a simple fix for Switch controller issues: A small piece of foam - Digital Trends

The Nintendo Switch has its share of technical problems, and none has been as prevalent as the one with the left Joy-Con controller, which disconnects when the system is being played in its “docked” configuration. Though patches have been released in ...and more »

Here's one good reason to wait before buying Nintendo Switch - Pocket-lint.com

However, we said in our review that as good as it is at playing games right now, it can only get better in future, and it might be worth waiting a while before buying one. Now it seems we were right, albeit for a different reason. Our thoughts were ...and more »