The baby girl Nintendo Switch it updates to the 3.0.0 operating system
All presented by the friendly assistant created by the programmers Big N, Miss Amelia N. (guess what is that N.?). We had already seen Amelia present the features of Nintendo Switch launching through her cartoon style and went back to work to show us what we will find again in this update.
Although you do not have a Flash Player yet cloud saving, the upload of Mii da Miitomo and especially there is still no app app Netflix and Youtube (ahi, ahi nintendo, so do not!), this update brings us several new things that we will list below:
Nintendo Switch 3.0.0 system update
Record a channel to receive news for specific games
Add friends from the lists you already have on Nintendo 3DS and Wii U
Receive notifications when your Friends are online
Find the connected controllers by activating the vibration (does this feature exist for TV remote controls too?)
Change the order of the user icons to the main screen
Possibility to select 6 new Splatoon 2 characters as user icons
Change system volume from Quick Settings
Lower the volume for headphones or speakers connected to the audio jack
Changing Display Colors (Inverted Colors or Gray Scales)
Use the Nintendo Switch Controller via wired connection by connecting the USB Charging Cable (this will disable the NFC)
Update connected controllers
Added a feature that suggests deleting data if there is not enough space to download other software
Fixed a problem that caused the upgrades of some games to fail and did not allow these software to boot
Improvements to prevent unintended changes in HDMI input modes with some TVs while the console was in sleep mode in the dock.
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