Innovative consoles like the Nintendo Switch are sweeping the world. It offers users amazing capabilities that continue to amaze them. The functionality is great and the reliability is generally good as well. What happens if that console doesn’t work or throws up error codes?
How to Fix All Nintendo Switch Error Codes?
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Error Code: 2123-1502
If you see error code 2123-1502 while trying to connect the internet, software downloading software, or launching software, please check the bellow solutions to fix it.
How to fix error code 2123-1502?
1. Try download again
- Close the error message by pressing OK.
- You will see a pop up, Select Continue to download again.
- If you see “Downloading data…”, it is fixed.
2. Restart the console.
To restart the console, press the POWER Button for three seconds, and then select Power Options, followed by Turn Off. When the console has turned off, press the POWER button to turn it back on again.
3. Clear the cache on the Nintendo Switch console.
Test your internet connection Test your internet connection to ensure that your Nintendo Switch is still connected to the internet.
4. Create a new internet connection.
Set up a new internet connection, ensuring that you are attempting to connect to the correct network, and that you are receiving a strong wireless signal from the network.
5. Manually enter an alternate DNS.
It’s better to enter the DNS manually if f the DNS you are attempting to use is not working.
6. Ensure that the MTU value in your network settings is set to default (1400).
7. Connect to the internet at a different location or access point.
If Situation not resolved it might be related to a network issue. You should wait a couple of hours and try again later.
Ninetendo Hardware error codes
There is a serious audio-hardware problem indicated by this code which will require physical repair. Please contact Nintendo support. You can turn off the setting “mute volume when headphones are unplugged” as a temporary workaround that works for some, but not for all.
A console crash has occurred. Either corrupted hardware or pirated content could be the cause. The files on your Switch should be deleted immediately if they contain pirated content. Restart the console if needed. If rebooting does not solve the problem, make sure the system is up to date. It may be necessary to physically repair the Switch if none of the above works.
The switch does not accept Amiibo figures. Install the latest update. Ensure you are using the correct Joy-Con. Reset the Amiibo data if it isn’t working.
This error code indicates that the Switch is not functioning. Switch the switch off and on again. Update it if necessary. Contact Nintendo Support if this does not help. You may need to have the Switch repaired.
Something is wrong with the hardware. Nintendo Support can assist you. Your console will need to be prepared.
General Ninetendo error codes
There are multiple causes of this crash error. First, try to restart the console. Make sure the Joy-Cons are charged. Ensure all parts of the Switch have been updated once it has been rebooted. Nintendo Support should be contacted if the error persists.
2813-6838 / 2813-6561
We were unable to process the Nintendo eShop Card code that you attempted to use. Verify that the numbers are correct before trying again. If in doubt, make sure the code is intended for the correct region. You may need to contact Nintendo Support if the above does not work.
There is a problem with the Facebook upload. Try unlinking then re-linking your Facebook account. If the previous step does not work, check Facebook’s site/app permissions. Attempt the query again later if the error code persists.
Generally, this error code indicates a functionality problem. The switch should be restarted. If the problem persists, there may be maintenance taking place. You can try again later.
On the Switch, unusual behavior was usually flagged, preventing access to online services. It may take a while. Should the problem persist, contact Nintendo Support.
Connecting to online match-making is not possible on the Switch. In your region, online multiplayer probably isn’t available.
A breach of the Switch’s Terms of Service has resulted in a ban on the console’s ability to connect to the Internet permanently. Get in touch with Nintendo Support.
Because the software has not yet been released, a Switch download code cannot be redeemed. You can’t download the game until it is released.
eShop has rejected the credit card being used in the checkout process. Delete and re-enter the card information.
You can’t use the code you are trying to use because it has already been redeemed. Make sure the code is double-checked.
2005-0005 / 2005-0004
A Nintendo program is likely corrupted if this error occurs. The switch must be turned off. Don’t remove any data yet. Restart the system and make sure it is up to date. You can also delete any pirated content or DLC that is infringing. If this does not work, try formatting the MicroSD or getting a new one.
User accounts cannot be transferred from one Switch to another. Please verify that there is no link between the user account and the second console. Try deleting the data and transferring it again if needed.
Software error codes
2164-0020 / 2122-0082
The Switch has software that is causing an error. Go to the software management page. The game likely caused the crash. Delete the game causing this issue. Switch the switch off and on again. If the game card is not digital, insert it again. The software should be reinstalled.
Updates are required before a game can be started. Software updates should be checked.
Connecting to online games is not possible with the Switch. Ensure that the Switch software is up to date.
2021-0003 / 2000-0000 / 2101-0002 /2107-0427
The most recent software is not being used. Software updates should be checked. Make sure the data is not corrupted.
2124-3000 / 2137-1508
Due to its out-of-date status, the Switch is unable to connect to an online service. Consoles should be updated.
There is a general problem with the eShop’s ability to download the software. You can try again after restarting your console.
2142-1099 / 2155-0400
Internet connectivity is not available in the Parental Controls app. The console must be updated. You need to update the console.
Internet Connection errors
Switches cannot determine which network to connect to. To troubleshoot internet problems, run through the following steps:
Ensure that no objects are blocking the switch. Retype the network password again and try again. The home network can be powered off or moved closer to the router if it fails. Try disabling password requirements for the network again if the connection fails again. Check the network settings for your home network if all other steps fail. You may need to contact Nintendo Support if this does not resolve the issue. The Switch may need to be repaired in some instances.
The use of an online service like eShop has resulted in an error. The console should be restarted. Make sure your internet connection is working. Ensure that the network device is restarted.
Switches cannot determine which network to connect to. To troubleshoot internet problems, run through the following steps:
Ensure that no objects are blocking the switch. Recheck the network password and try again. The home network should be power cycled or moved closer to the router if it fails to connect. Try disabling password requirements for the network again if the connection fails again. Check the network settings for your home network if all other steps fail. Firmware must be updated on the router. Try resetting the router from the factory settings if all else fails. Call Nintendo Support if this still doesn’t work as there may be other solutions.
2110-2201 / 2110-2214
The switch was notified that the password entered was incorrect by the router or access point. Confirm the password for the connection. Troubleshoot your internet connection:
The switch should be closer to the router. An internet connection file for wireless connections should be created. Your network should be rebooted.
Wireless network connections are not possible. A network is not detected by the Switch. It may also indicate that the USB LAN is not properly configured for those with USB LAN.
Make a new connection to the internet. Bring the switch closer to the router. It is a good idea to power cycle the home network. Remove anything blocking the router or switch.
Wired networks cannot be connected to the Switch. Make sure your internet connection is working. The switch should be restarted. Check your DNS settings.
The LAN Adapter cannot be detected, which leads to connection problems. Ensure the Ethernet cable is connected. The network should be power cycled. Try a different port on your router and Change the Ethernet cable.
2110-2004 / 2110-2220 / 2110-2201 / 2110-2214
Connecting to a specific wireless network is not possible. This happens most often when the password is incorrect. Make sure no objects are blocking the switch. Recheck the network password and try again. Try power cycling the network or moving closer to the router if this does not work. Try disabling password requirements for the network again if the connection fails again. Check the network settings for your home network if all other steps fail.
Wireless or wired connections cannot be made to specific networks. The DNS settings should be checked and verified.
Wireless or wired connections cannot be made to specific networks. Ensure that web authentication permissions are set up correctly.
2122-2403 / 2211-0524
A general error usually occurs when software needs to be updated or a connection problem occurs. Update your Switch if necessary. Make sure your internet connection is working. Restart your console.
The Nintendo Account cannot be accessed by the Switch. Ensure that no objects are blocking the switch. Try again with a new network password. The home network can be powered off or moved closer to the router if it fails. If the connection fails again, try removing the password requirement. Check the network settings for your home network if all other steps fail.
2811-5001 / 2811-1028
Neither the eShop nor other online features work on the Switch. Ensure that no objects are blocking the switch. Recheck the network password and try again. In the event of failure, power cycle the home network or move closer to the router. Try disabling password requirements for the network again if the connection fails again. Check the network settings for your home network if all other steps fail.
A match-making process cannot be completed on the Switch. Give it another shot. Check your internet connection. Restart your gateway. Try updating the firmware of your gateway if this does not work. Contact Nintendo Support if none of the above works.
2160-0103 / 2306-0520 / 2618-0006 / 2618-0201 / 2618-0516
Starting/completing a match-making process, joining an online match, or finishing a match has failed. Connection issues are very likely to be the cause. Start the console again. Check your connection. Alternate your DNS manually. Try rebooting your home network.
2124-8006 / 2137-8006
It is not possible to complete a download. A connection timeout is usually causing the error. Check the DNS settings and then restart your console. Follow these steps to troubleshoot your internet connection:
Alternate DNS can be entered if this fails. In case the above does not work, try power cycling your home network or moving closer to your router. Try disabling password requirements for the network again if the connection fails again. In the last step, connect to a different wireless band.
Neither the Account nor the eShop could be accessed. Perhaps there is a problem with the connection. You need to restart the console. Signal strength should be checked. Retry regular activity.
The download cannot be completed. There is likely an issue with the internet. Check the internet connection. You can troubleshoot wired connections as follows:
Restart your network devices. If all else fails, try updating the router’s firmware.
This error code can be attributed to a connection timeout or a DNS error. Another cause could be a weak signal or a slow internet connection. Connect to the internet. It is time to restart the switch. Change your DNS.
It is not possible to complete a connection test. The internet connection needs to be checked. Verify that you are connecting to the correct network.
Internet connection is not possible with the Parental Controls app. Most likely, a timeout prevented it from detecting the internet. The switch should be restarted. Connect to the internet. Network power-cycling at home.
Video game error codes are specific to specific games.
There will be no Global Testfire demo for Splatoon 2. There are no longer any demo sessions available for this game.
There is a problem connecting to an online match in Arms. Make sure your internet connection is working and try again.
There is a problem connecting to Ultra Street Fighter 2 Online. Make sure the game is updated with the latest software.