Type ifconfig en1 in the Terminal window. In the list that appears look for an entry reading 'inet xxx.
All those x letters represent numbers you'll see on your screen — these are the IP address you need to type into your DS. Note them down. Type dig in the Terminal window.
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Near the bottom of the output it will say Server: xxx. Follow our DS wi-fi How To guide , this time choosing your settings manually. The SSID should be 'ds', or whatever you chose earlier. IP is the address you obtained in Step 04 above, with the last set of numbers incremented by one so, for example, if it was 3, change it to 4. One controller for one 8Bitdo USB adapter.
The adapter only supports one joy-con at a time, in the sideways mode. Skip to main content. Currently unavailable. We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock. Have one to sell? Sell on Amazon. Image Unavailable Image not available for Colour:. Please upgrade to the latest firmware. Customers who bought this item also bought.
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Product information Technical Details. Additional Information. Don't bother with the box instructions, just read the reviews and you too can set this up. I compiled all the instructions found in the amazon reviews posted before me and I thank them for the help and want to share what I did to get the receiver to work. I'm using a extra PS4 controller that I had laying around.
You will have issues if you do not. Go to the website and download the update support dot 8bitdo dot com 1. When you connect it to your PC, make sure to hold the connect button on the back of the device while plugging it in so the updater will recognize the device. Once you are done updating, you can plug it into the Switch Dock. Plug adapter into console Plug it into the usb on the outside bottom of the Dock.
Not the inside, this was my mistake 4. Press the PAIR button the receiver, it will start to flash very quickly 5. Once the controller pairs with the receiver, the controller LED will become solid Blue when they are successfully paired. I do hope these instructions help someone else as this device has saved me from having to buy a pro controller. Lacks features compared to its competitors. Update May As of firmware 1.
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The review has been updated to coincide with the changes. I have two computers so I decided I'd try out the 8Bitdo adapter this time around. For what it supports, everything works perfectly, pairs nice and easily. This isn't listed on the product page, and it's not listed in the manual either. The product page says "Nintendo Switch Joy-cons" which implied to me that it worked with both at once, due to the use of the plural form, alongside the fact that the Mayflash one has proper support for dual Joy-Cons.
Honestly I'd suggest the Magic-NS over this as it does support more features, but at the same time the firmware is more mature. I've removed a lack of support as a con. I'll continue to update this review as the firmware matures. As soon as you open it, update the firmware to 1. This thing didn't work very well with my switch and an Xbox One controller but I updated and it works like a dream. Forget the Pro Controller and buy an Xbox One controller and this thing to use with your Nintendo Switch, waaaay better.