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How to Charge Your Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons

Easy way to charge your Nintendo Switch controller

This article will show you how to charge your Nintendo Switch Joy-Con. Depending on the accessories you have or whether you want to keep playing while charging, you have simple options.

How to charge your Nintendo Switch

Charge Joy-Cons while connected to the Switch

The easiest way to charge your Joy-Con is by connecting it to your Nintendo Switch. You can also charge your Switch and controllers using the dock or power adapter that came with your gaming device. Slide the Joy-Con to the side until it locks into place. Then use one of the following options:

Using the Nintendo Switch Charging Dock

The dock that comes with the Nintendo Switch makes it easy to keep everything charged. We recommend that you store your device in this charger so you can always use it when not gaming.

Using the power adapter, make sure the dock is plugged into an outlet and the Joy-Con is plugged into the switch, then plug the device into the dock.

The battery level is briefly displayed in green in the upper left corner of the Switch screen. You should also see a green light near the bottom left on the front of the dock.

Use the power adapter

When using portable mode, you can charge your device and Joy-Con without a dock. Connect the USB connector for the power adapter to the USB port on the bottom of the switch. Then plug the adapter into a power outlet.

Charging the Joy-Con with the charging handle

The grip that came with the Nintendo Switch does not have a charging function. However, you can invest in charging handles sold by Nintendo and other third parties.

Slide the Joy-Con to the side of the grip as if you were sliding it into the switch itself. Charge the grip using a USB port or AC adapter according to the accessory manufacturer’s instructions.

Depending on the charging handle you purchased, you may see the charging indicator light up when the Joy-Con is charging or fully charged.

The beauty of the charging handle is that you can keep playing while the Joy-Con is charging.

Joy-Con charging dock with Joy-Con charging dock

As with the charging handle, you can purchase a dedicated charging dock for the Joy-Con from Nintendo or a third party. The great thing about this accessory is that it can charge more than one Joy-Con at the same time. Some products can power on a pair of Joy-Cons and Pro Controllers.

Slide the Joy-Cons into the dock and follow the manufacturer’s instructions to connect the charger using a USB cable or power source. Depending on the purchased item, the Charging and Full Charge lights may be displayed.

The Joy-Con charges from the dock.

Once the Joy-Con is charged, slide it back into the Nintendo Switch.

Checking the Joy-Con Controller Battery Level

If you’re concerned about your Joy-Con’s low battery, you can check the charge level on your Nintendo Switch.

Select by tapping or navigating on the Switch home screen. controller.

On the Switch home screen, tap the controller.

On the left, you can see the battery level of each Joy-Con on the left and right side of the device. (In the middle, the battery level of the switch is also displayed.) So it is recommended to charge it when that number is low.

View the battery level of your Switch and Joy-Con.

win finish when you’re done

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It takes about 3.5 hours to fully charge the Joy-Con controller.

You can use what’s in the box to charge your Joy-Cons to the Switch, or you can purchase a separate accessory to allow charging during playback or a set of two or more controllers.


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How to Charge Your Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons

Easy ways to charge your Nintendo Switch controllers

This article explains ways to charge your Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons. Depending on the accessories you own, or if you want to continue playing as they charge, you have simple options.

How to Charge Your Nintendo Switch
Charge the Joy-Cons While Connected to the Switch

The easiest way to charge the Joy-Cons is by connecting them to your Nintendo Switch. And you can use the dock or the AC adapter that came with your game unit to charge the Switch and controllers. Slide your Joy-Cons into the sides until they click. Then, use one of the following options.

Use the Nintendo Switch Charging Dock

The dock that comes with your Nintendo Switch gives you an easy way to keep everything charged. And it’s ideal if you’re not playing a game to keep the unit in this charger, so it’s ready to go when you are.

Make sure the dock is plugged into an outlet using the AC adapter, your Joy-Cons are attached to the Switch, and then place the unit into the dock.

You’ll briefly see the battery level on the top left of the Switch screen in green. You should also see a green light near the bottom left of the front of the dock.

Use the AC Adapter

If you’re using portable mode, you can charge the unit and Joy-Cons without the dock. Connect the USB plug for the AC adapter into the USB port on the bottom of the Switch. Then plug the adapter into an outlet.

Charge the Joy-Cons with a Charging Grip

The grip that comes with your Nintendo Switch does not offer a charging feature. But you can invest in charging grip sold by Nintendo and other third-party retailers.

Slide your Joy-Cons into the sides of the grip just as you would slide them into the Switch itself. Use the USB connector or an AC adapter to charge the grip, per the manufacturer’s instructions for the accessory.

Depending on the charging grip you purchase, you may see a charging indicator that lights when the Joy-Cons are charging or fully charged

The nice thing about the charging grip is that you can continue to play games when your Joy-Cons charge.

Charge the Joy-Cons with a Joy-Con Charging Dock

Just like the charging grip, you can purchase a charging dock, especially for the Joy-Cons from Nintendo or a third-party seller. What’s great about this accessory is that you can charge more than one set of Joy-Cons simultaneously. You can also find one that can power up a pair of Joy-Cons and the Pro Controller.

Slide your Joy-Cons into the dock and connect the charger via USB cable or power source per the manufacturer’s instructions. Depending on the one you purchase, you may see light indicators for charging and fully charged.

When the Joy-Cons are charged, slide them back into the Nintendo Switch.

Check the Joy-Con Controller Battery Levels

If you’re concerned that your Joy-Cons may be running low on battery, you can check their levels on your Nintendo Switch.

On the Home screen of your Switch, tap or navigate to and select Controllers.

On the left side, you’ll see the battery levels for each Joy-Con on the unit’s left and right. (You’ll also see the battery level for the Switch in the center.) So if those levels are getting low, you might want to give them a charge.

Tap Close when you finish.

Stay Charged

It takes approximately 3.5 hours to charge the Joy-Con controllers fully.

You can use what came in the box to charge your Joy-Cons with the Switch or purchase a separate accessory to accommodate either charging while you play or more than one set of controllers.

#Charge #Nintendo #Switch #JoyCons

How to Charge Your Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons

Easy ways to charge your Nintendo Switch controllers

This article explains ways to charge your Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons. Depending on the accessories you own, or if you want to continue playing as they charge, you have simple options.

How to Charge Your Nintendo Switch
Charge the Joy-Cons While Connected to the Switch

The easiest way to charge the Joy-Cons is by connecting them to your Nintendo Switch. And you can use the dock or the AC adapter that came with your game unit to charge the Switch and controllers. Slide your Joy-Cons into the sides until they click. Then, use one of the following options.

Use the Nintendo Switch Charging Dock

The dock that comes with your Nintendo Switch gives you an easy way to keep everything charged. And it’s ideal if you’re not playing a game to keep the unit in this charger, so it’s ready to go when you are.

Make sure the dock is plugged into an outlet using the AC adapter, your Joy-Cons are attached to the Switch, and then place the unit into the dock.

You’ll briefly see the battery level on the top left of the Switch screen in green. You should also see a green light near the bottom left of the front of the dock.

Use the AC Adapter

If you’re using portable mode, you can charge the unit and Joy-Cons without the dock. Connect the USB plug for the AC adapter into the USB port on the bottom of the Switch. Then plug the adapter into an outlet.

Charge the Joy-Cons with a Charging Grip

The grip that comes with your Nintendo Switch does not offer a charging feature. But you can invest in charging grip sold by Nintendo and other third-party retailers.

Slide your Joy-Cons into the sides of the grip just as you would slide them into the Switch itself. Use the USB connector or an AC adapter to charge the grip, per the manufacturer’s instructions for the accessory.

Depending on the charging grip you purchase, you may see a charging indicator that lights when the Joy-Cons are charging or fully charged

The nice thing about the charging grip is that you can continue to play games when your Joy-Cons charge.

Charge the Joy-Cons with a Joy-Con Charging Dock

Just like the charging grip, you can purchase a charging dock, especially for the Joy-Cons from Nintendo or a third-party seller. What’s great about this accessory is that you can charge more than one set of Joy-Cons simultaneously. You can also find one that can power up a pair of Joy-Cons and the Pro Controller.

Slide your Joy-Cons into the dock and connect the charger via USB cable or power source per the manufacturer’s instructions. Depending on the one you purchase, you may see light indicators for charging and fully charged.

When the Joy-Cons are charged, slide them back into the Nintendo Switch.

Check the Joy-Con Controller Battery Levels

If you’re concerned that your Joy-Cons may be running low on battery, you can check their levels on your Nintendo Switch.

On the Home screen of your Switch, tap or navigate to and select Controllers.

On the left side, you’ll see the battery levels for each Joy-Con on the unit’s left and right. (You’ll also see the battery level for the Switch in the center.) So if those levels are getting low, you might want to give them a charge.

Tap Close when you finish.

Stay Charged

It takes approximately 3.5 hours to charge the Joy-Con controllers fully.

You can use what came in the box to charge your Joy-Cons with the Switch or purchase a separate accessory to accommodate either charging while you play or more than one set of controllers.

#Charge #Nintendo #Switch #JoyCons


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