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How to Set Up Nintendo Switch OLED

Nintendo’s new console will feel familiar

gotta know

  • Turn on the Nintendo Switch OLED with the power button at the top left of the screen.
  • Follow the onscreen instructions to choose your language, region, time zone, Wi-Fi network, and more.
  • You can complete the installation with or without a TV.

This article will teach you how to set up the Nintendo Switch OLED and start playing games.

How to Install Nintendo Switch OLED

Follow these steps to install the Nintendo Switch OLED.

The setup process can be done using the Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons or the touchscreen. These instructions assume the touchscreen is in use, but the Switch will still show the Joy-Con button you need to press to select an option.

Press the power button located on the upper left bezel of the Nintendo Switch OLED.

A short promotional video will play, followed by a language selection screen. Select your preferred language and press . OKAY.

The zone screen appears. Select your region and press . OKAY.

Some games may be region locked and may not work outside of their region, so make sure you choose the correct region.

Nintendo Switch OLED installation language selection screen.

The End User License Agreement is displayed. Tap the checkbox next to it. Accept then select Following.

End User License Agreement screen installed on Nintendo Switch OLED.

You will now select a Wi-Fi network. Find the network you want to use and tap on it to select it. A password prompt will appear. Enter the network password and press . OKAY. The Switch OLED displays an animation when connected.

you can touch Later This will prevent you from adding a Nintendo Network ID during setup. You can connect to a network and add a Nintendo Network ID after installation. System Parameters Menu.

Internet settings screen installed on Nintendo Switch OLED.

The time zone selection will appear. Select your time zone then OKAY.

Time zone display installed on Nintendo Switch OLED.

You will now have the option to connect to a TV. This is optional and this guide will focus on handheld mode instead. Choose Later.

Choose connect to tv Now if you want to install a TV. The on-screen instructions will guide you through setting up the docking station and installing the Switch OLED.

Connecting the Nintendo Switch OLED setup to the TV screen.

The next screen will ask you to detach the Joy-Cons. Do this and then Following.

The screen of Joy-Con controllers installed on Nintendo Switch OLED detaches.

The setup will show you how to use the Switch OLED with Joy-Cons attached or Joy-Cons detached and the kickstand in use. Choose OKAY Continue.

The second Nintendo Switch OLED installed the screen separation of the Joy-Con controllers.

The Add User screen appears. Faucet Following.

The Nintendo Switch OLED installed the Add User screen.

You have the option to create a new user or import user data from another Switch console. This guide assumes you are creating a new user, so create a new user.

You can import the registration data later. System Parameters Menu. Our guide to transferring key save data between consoles can be helpful if you select important data from another key.

Nintendo Switch OLED configured to import user data from another console's screen.

The next screen will allow you to choose a user icon. Choose the one you like the most, then tap . OKAY.

User icon screen installed on Nintendo Switch OLED.

You will be prompted to enter a username. Enter and select your preferred name OKAY.

Nickname display installed on Nintendo Switch OLED.

A confirmation screen will show you the icon and username. Faucet OKAY Continue.

Nintendo Switch OLED installed Add User confirmation screen.

The next screen will ask if you can sign in to a Nintendo Account. Choose Link Nintendo Account Press or to add your user information. Later pass, jump.

You can then add a Nintendo Network ID. System Parameters Menu.

Nintendo Switch OLED Linked to a Nintendo Account screen.

You can now add more users if you wish. Tap Add another user to repeat steps 12-15 in this guide. Otherwise, choose To jump.

Nintendo Switch OLED installed Add Another User screen.

An ad will appear for Nintendo’s Switch Online service.

The Switch Online service adds cloud save support and access to a library of NES and SNES games, among other features. The service charges an annual subscription.

Select this if you wish to register. Otherwise, press . Following Continue.

Nintendo Switch OLED installed Nintendo Switch online display.

The next screen will allow you to set parental control features. Choose Configure parental controls Press or to add. To jump To continue the installation

Parental controls later System Parameters Menu.

Nintendo Switch OLED installed the Set Up Parental Controls screen.

It’s a lot ! Hurry home Press the Joy-Con to open Home and exit setup.

Terminator Switch OLED Configuration

Some steps in this guide are optional, such as setting up a TV or adding parental controls. After making the settings, you can return to these options. System Parameters Menu.

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FAQs

  • Is the Nintendo Switch OLED worth it?

    If you primarily game with your Switch plugged into a TV, the Switch OLED isn’t worth the upgrade. Compared to the original model, the Switch OLED has a better screen, better speakers, and a better kickstand. Otherwise, it is the same as the original model.

  • How do I connect my Switch to my OLED TV?

    To connect your Nintendo Switch to your TV, open the back cover of the Nintendo Switch dock to locate the HDMI port and plug in one end of the HDMI cable. Plug the other end of the cable into the HDMI port on your TV, then turn on both devices.

  • Does the Nintendo Switch support 4K OLED?

    No. Switch OLED provides 1080p resolution video output just like the original model.


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How to Set Up Nintendo Switch OLED

Nintendo’s new console will feel familiar

What to Know
Turn on the Nintendo Switch OLED with the power button on the upper left side of the display.
Follow the on-screen prompts to select your language, region, time zone, Wi-Fi network, and more.
You can complete the setup with or without a television.

This article will teach you how to set up the Nintendo Switch OLED and start gaming.

How to Set up Nintendo Switch OLED

Follow these steps to set up the Nintendo Switch OLED.

The setup process can be completed using the Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons or the touchscreen. These instructions assume the use of the touchscreen, but the Switch will always show the Joy-Con button you should press to select an option.

Press the power button located on the upper left bezel of the Nintendo Switch OLED.

A short intro video will play followed by a language selection screen. Select your preferred language and tap Ok.

The Region screen will appear. Select your Region and tap Ok.

Some games may be region locked and won’t work outside their region, so be careful to select the correct region.

The End-User License Agreement will appear. Tap the checkbox next to Accept and then select Next.

You will now select a Wi-Fi network. Find the network you want to use and tap to select it. A password prompt will appear. Enter the network’s password and tap Ok. The Switch OLED will display an animation while it connects.

You can tap Later to skip this step. This will prevent you from adding a Nintendo network ID during set up. You can connect to a network and add a Nintendo network ID after set up in the System Settings menu.

Time Zone selection will appear. Select your time zone and then tap Ok.

You will now have the option to connect to a TV. This is optional, and this guide will instead focus on handheld mode. Select Later.

Select Connect to TV if you would like to set up a TV now. The on-screen instructions will guide you through setting up the dock and placing the Switch OLED in it.

The next screen will prompt you to detach the Joy-Cons. Do so and then select Next.

Set up will show you how to use the Switch OLED with Joy-Cons attached or with the Joy-Cons detached and the kickstand in use. Select Ok to continue.

The Add User screen will appear. Tap Next.

You have the option to create a new user or import user data from another Switch console. This guide will assume you’re creating a new user, so select Create New User.

You can import save data later in the System Settings menu. Our guide to transferring Switch save data between consoles can help if you choose to important data from another Switch.

The next screen will let you select a user icon. Pick the one you like best and then tap Ok.

You will be prompted for a user name. Enter the name you prefer and select Ok.

A confirmation screen will show you icon and user name. Tap Ok to continue.

The next screen will ask if you’d connect to a Nintendo account. Select Link a Nintendo Account to add your user information or tap Later to skip.

You can add a Nintendo Network ID later in the System Settings menu.

You can now add more users if desired. Tap Add Another User to repeat steps 12 through 15 of this guide. Otherwise, select Skip.

An advertisement for Nintendo’s Switch Online service will appear.

The Switch Online service adds cloud save support and access to a library of NES and SNES games, among other features. The service charges a yearly subscription fee.

Select it if you’d like to sign up. Otherwise, tap Next to continue.

The next screen will let you set up Parental Control features. Select Configure Parental Controls to add them or tap Skip to continue set up.

You can add Parental Controls later in the System Settings menu.

That’s it! Press the Home button on the Joy-Con to open Home and exit set up.

Finishing Switch OLED Setup

Several steps in this guide, such as setting up a TV or adding parental controls, are optional. You can return to these options after set up in the System Settings menu.

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FAQ

Is the OLED Nintendo Switch worth it?
If you mostly play with your Switch docked to a TV, then the Switch OLED isn’t worth the upgrade. Compared to the original model, the Switch OLED has a better screen, better speakers, and a better kickstand. Otherwise, it’s identical to the original model.

How do I connect my Switch to my OLED TV?
To hook up your Nintendo Switch to your TV, open the back cover of the Nintendo Switch dock to find the HDMI port and insert one end of the HDMI cable. Plug the other end of the cable into your TV’s HDMI port, then turn on both devices.

Does the Nintendo Switch OLED support 4K?
No. The Switch OLED outputs video in 1080p resolution, just like the original model.

#Set #Nintendo #Switch #OLED

How to Set Up Nintendo Switch OLED

Nintendo’s new console will feel familiar

What to Know
Turn on the Nintendo Switch OLED with the power button on the upper left side of the display.
Follow the on-screen prompts to select your language, region, time zone, Wi-Fi network, and more.
You can complete the setup with or without a television.

This article will teach you how to set up the Nintendo Switch OLED and start gaming.

How to Set up Nintendo Switch OLED

Follow these steps to set up the Nintendo Switch OLED.

The setup process can be completed using the Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons or the touchscreen. These instructions assume the use of the touchscreen, but the Switch will always show the Joy-Con button you should press to select an option.

Press the power button located on the upper left bezel of the Nintendo Switch OLED.

A short intro video will play followed by a language selection screen. Select your preferred language and tap Ok.

The Region screen will appear. Select your Region and tap Ok.

Some games may be region locked and won’t work outside their region, so be careful to select the correct region.

The End-User License Agreement will appear. Tap the checkbox next to Accept and then select Next.

You will now select a Wi-Fi network. Find the network you want to use and tap to select it. A password prompt will appear. Enter the network’s password and tap Ok. The Switch OLED will display an animation while it connects.

You can tap Later to skip this step. This will prevent you from adding a Nintendo network ID during set up. You can connect to a network and add a Nintendo network ID after set up in the System Settings menu.

Time Zone selection will appear. Select your time zone and then tap Ok.

You will now have the option to connect to a TV. This is optional, and this guide will instead focus on handheld mode. Select Later.

Select Connect to TV if you would like to set up a TV now. The on-screen instructions will guide you through setting up the dock and placing the Switch OLED in it.

The next screen will prompt you to detach the Joy-Cons. Do so and then select Next.

Set up will show you how to use the Switch OLED with Joy-Cons attached or with the Joy-Cons detached and the kickstand in use. Select Ok to continue.

The Add User screen will appear. Tap Next.

You have the option to create a new user or import user data from another Switch console. This guide will assume you’re creating a new user, so select Create New User.

You can import save data later in the System Settings menu. Our guide to transferring Switch save data between consoles can help if you choose to important data from another Switch.

The next screen will let you select a user icon. Pick the one you like best and then tap Ok.

You will be prompted for a user name. Enter the name you prefer and select Ok.

A confirmation screen will show you icon and user name. Tap Ok to continue.

The next screen will ask if you’d connect to a Nintendo account. Select Link a Nintendo Account to add your user information or tap Later to skip.

You can add a Nintendo Network ID later in the System Settings menu.

You can now add more users if desired. Tap Add Another User to repeat steps 12 through 15 of this guide. Otherwise, select Skip.

An advertisement for Nintendo’s Switch Online service will appear.

The Switch Online service adds cloud save support and access to a library of NES and SNES games, among other features. The service charges a yearly subscription fee.

Select it if you’d like to sign up. Otherwise, tap Next to continue.

The next screen will let you set up Parental Control features. Select Configure Parental Controls to add them or tap Skip to continue set up.

You can add Parental Controls later in the System Settings menu.

That’s it! Press the Home button on the Joy-Con to open Home and exit set up.

Finishing Switch OLED Setup

Several steps in this guide, such as setting up a TV or adding parental controls, are optional. You can return to these options after set up in the System Settings menu.

How to Turn Off Vivid Mode on the Nintendo Switch OLED
FAQ

Is the OLED Nintendo Switch worth it?
If you mostly play with your Switch docked to a TV, then the Switch OLED isn’t worth the upgrade. Compared to the original model, the Switch OLED has a better screen, better speakers, and a better kickstand. Otherwise, it’s identical to the original model.

How do I connect my Switch to my OLED TV?
To hook up your Nintendo Switch to your TV, open the back cover of the Nintendo Switch dock to find the HDMI port and insert one end of the HDMI cable. Plug the other end of the cable into your TV’s HDMI port, then turn on both devices.

Does the Nintendo Switch OLED support 4K?
No. The Switch OLED outputs video in 1080p resolution, just like the original model.

#Set #Nintendo #Switch #OLED


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