Chapters 0:00 Introduction
0:02 Connect the Switch controller to the Switch console
0:42 Using the NS53 as a singular controller
0:51 Re-connect the Switch controller to the Switch console
1:09 Map the Rear Buttons
1:31 Use the turbo function
2:01 Adjust the vibration level
2:22 Fix the controller's stick drift
2:56 Compatible with the Switch OLED
3:31 Use each Joy-Con separately
3:40 Wake the Switch using the controller
3:53 Special RGB lighting 4:30 Charge the controller
4:34 Work with iOS / Android / Windows
How do I play Nintendo Switch Sports with NexiGo joypad controller?
The upgrade firmware is to fix some occasional bugs. You don't need to update it unless your controller has problems in use. There is no functional difference between the upgrade versions.
Download the Upgrade Tool and save it to your desktop or another convenient location.
Double click to open the tool.
Make sure both NS53 Joy-Cons are turned off. Then press and hold the left joystick on the left NS53 Joy-Con for at least 3 seconds to let the left NS53 Joy-Con enter the upgrade mode.
Connect the left NS53 Joy-Con to your computer using the provided USB cable.
The Upgrade Firmware button will light up after the above steps are performed correctly.
Click the Upgrade Firmware button to start the update, and follow the pop-up tips to complete the update.
Repeat the above steps to upgrade the right NS53 Joy-Con.
A: Press the ML / MR button, and the Player Indicator LEDs will flashslowly to indicate that the left / right Joypad is in mapping mode. Press the ML / MR button and one of the Mappable Buttons you wish to map at the same time, and the left / right Joypad will vibrate for 0.5 seconds to indicate that the mapping for the 3L / 3R button is complete. The Player Indicator LEDs will return to their previous state indicating that the mapping process was successful. The 3L / 3R button now function as the button you chose to map it to.
Note: This controller does not support mapping button combinations.
A: 1. Press the Turbo button and one of the above buttons to enable the semi-auto turbo function on that button. The semi-auto turbo function means if you long press one of the A / B / X / Y / L/ R / ZL/ZR / D-pad buttons, you will repeat the button roles. (If you did not activate the semi-auto turbo function, long-pressing a button equals short-pressing a button and the button role actually works for only one time.) 2. Repeat the above step again to enable full-auto mode. The full-auto turbo function means once you activate the full-auto turbo function, you do not need to press any button, and you are automatically repeating the button role which was set for turbo.
3. Repeat the above step for the third time to disable the Turbo function.
A: 1. Press the Left Turbo button and pull the Left Joystick upward / downward at the same time to increase / decrease the haptic feedback vibration strength.
2. Press the Right Turbo button and pull the Right Joystick upward / downward at the same time to increase / decrease the haptic feedback vibration strength.
3. After choosing a vibration level the motor will vibrate at the chosen level for 0.5 seconds to indicate that choice.
4. There are five adjustment levels for the haptic feedback: off / weak/ medium / strong / boost.
A: Some games do not require abxy buttons. You can use them as two individual joycons.
A: Sorry, it can't.
A: For RGB lighting, you can long press the Turbo button and single press the joystick to change the RGB lights.
For special lighting, you can long press the Turbo button and double press the joystick to change the special lights. (Move to 3min53s to see the detail operation)