The information in this article can help when a Bluetooth audio device you have paired to your Nintendo Switch system repeatedly disconnects and reconnects during use.
What to do
Update system to the latest system version.
Restart the console by holding down the POWER Button for three seconds, then select Power Options and Restart.
Power off your Bluetooth audio device and then power it on again. Ensure it is sufficiently charged.
Follow the instructions for your specific Bluetooth audio device to enable it to be paired again.
Make sure you are not using local wireless features on the Nintendo Switch system, such as local multiplayer across multiple systems. Bluetooth audio cannot be used at the same time as local wireless.
Make sure no more than two wireless controllers are paired to the system. Up to two wireless controllers can be paired while using a Bluetooth audio device.
Move your Bluetooth audio device closer to your Nintendo Switch system and ensure there is no metal or electronic equipment between the audio device and the system or surrounding the system.
Return to the Bluetooth Audio settings in System Settings and select your device’s name, then select Remove Device. This will remove the device from the system so that you can pair it again.
Select Pair to search for your Bluetooth audio device again. Select your device’s name when it is found.
Continue playing to see if the issue is resolved.
Situation not resolved
If the issue persists, follow any troubleshooting steps recommended by the Bluetooth audio device manufacturer.
Attempt to pair a different Bluetooth audio device using our pairing steps. If another Bluetooth audio device pairs successfully, then there may be an issue with the original device. Please continue to use the working device.
If no Bluetooth audio devices can pair successfully, then the Nintendo Switch system will need to be repaired. Please contact us for additional support.