Fans impacted by the problem state these do not fix the bug in most cases.A spate of reports flagging up this mistake code appeared this week when Nintendo released an otherwise unimportant and small system upgrade. Fans state, Nintendo’s steps do not always solve the issue., Nintendo consumer support in the US is conscious of the problem and will walk you through resetting your system’s cache over the phone -though once again, this apparently also does not fix the mistake.
After Nintendo pulls then resumes firmware rollout.
Some Nintendo Switch users who installed the system’s newest firmware upgrade have actually reported problems downloading purchased video games from their shop history.The issue appears
as mistake code 2123-1502, for which there are steps on Nintendo’s consumer assistance site. But fans affected by the problem state these do not fix the bug in a lot of cases.A wave of reports flagging up this mistake code emerged today when Nintendo released a small and otherwise unimportant system upgrade. Nintendo stopped briefly the rollout of the update on Wednesday, and announced through its
Japanese client support Twitter account that it had found the new firmware caused network connectivity and microSDXC card issues. The rollout then resumed numerous hours later, together with a link to an FAQ page If you do run into difficulty, with some things to try. But, fans say, Nintendo’s actions do not always fix the problem. We’ve heard from a variety of Switch owners affected who have actually attempted the above steps to no avail.According to one long thread on the problem on reddit, Nintendo consumer support in the United States is mindful of the problem and will stroll you through resetting your system’s cache over the phone -though once again, this apparently likewise does not repair the error.”Glad to know its not just me! Got around to getting the brand-new Pokémon Snap and was not delighted when it would not download lol, “stated LordSion45.” I have not been able to install anything from the eShop since the other day,”user Significant_King_970 wrote.”The system occasionally informs me that a game was installed on a SD card and that I require
to reinstall that SD card in the system to continue. Nevertheless, I have never had a SD card in my console. “Some users report having luck after manually altering
DNS settings -though not everybody appears to concur. In the meantime, we’ve asked Nintendo UK for an upgrade on what’s going on. Hopefully Nintendo doesn’t stealth drop something on the eShop next week following its E3 Direct with this still an issue!