Android is (unofficially) available for the Nintendo Switch

You no longer have to wonder when you can throw caution to the wind and install Android on your Switch. Homebrew developers at XDA have released the first publicly available Android firmware for Nintendo’s system, a take on the Android 8.1-based LineageOS 15.1 for compatible models. It’s still buggy, including issues with battery life, auto-rotation and sensitive touchscreen input, but the core functionality is there. Effectively, it’s a small Android tablet with a pair of controllers attached — you can browse the web, play 3D games and otherwise use it like you would other mobile devices.


Source: XDA-Developers

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By | 2019-08-01T00:04:44+00:00 August 1st, 2019|Android Related, Just the Tablets|Comments Off on Android is (unofficially) available for the Nintendo Switch

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