Nintendo Switch Console Settings when Using a Titan Two

Photograph showing a Titan Two adapter connect to a Nintendo Switch in it's dock and with a corner of an Xbox One controller in the forground of the picture which is connected to the Titan Two.

The Titan Two is an adapter which, amongst many things, lets you use alternative controllers on different platforms. For instance, if a PlayStation or Xbox controller (check the Titan Two website for compatibility) is more suitable for you, you could use the adapter to use your preferred controller on a Nintendo Switch console.

When using the adapter on certain consoles, it is important to create a wired connection. To use a Titan Two on a Nintendo Switch you will need to change the Pro Controller Wired Communication to On. This post shows how to do this in the Ninetendo Switch’s settings.

To get there go to System Settings > Controllers and Sensors > Pro Controller Wired Communication > Ok

The screen shots below show this process:

Screen shot showing the Nintendo Switch home screen with the Sysem Settings icon highlighted for selection.
Step 1. Navigate to System Settings on the home screen.
Screen shot showing the System Settings page on the Ninetendo Switch with the Controllers and Sensors option higlighted for selection.
Step 2. Choose Controllers and Sensors from the System Settings.
Screen shot of the Controllers and Sensors section of the System Settings on the Nintendo Switch with the Pro Controller Wired Communication option highlighted for selection.
Step 3. Select the Pro Controller Wired Communication Option.
Screen shot showing a warning message on the Nintendo switch after Pro Controller Wired Communication has been selected, with OK highlighted to accept the warning for selection. The full message reads The controller cannot use NFC during wired communication. To use the amiibo or other NFC-compatible accessories, disconnect the USB charging cable and proceed using wireless communication.
Step 4. When prompted with this warning message, select OK.
Video showing the process

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