How To Use 2 Joycons As A Single Controller On Switch Oled

Have you been using the 2 Joycons to play in 2 player mode on your Nintendo Switch Oled and now you don’t know how to unite them in a single controller ? Don’t worry, this is something that happened to me and at first I didn’t know how to fix it but it’s actually a very simple process. So I ask you to stay until the end of this MrAppsGeek article so that you know how to put the 2 joycons back together in one on your hybrid console .

Why Are My Joycons For 2 Players?

For the simple reason that when playing two players with 2 joycons on the Nintendo Switch Oled you must use each controller separately .

This means that their position changes and they go backwards because they are configured in 2 player mode . To solve it we will have to synchronize the Joycons again to be able to unite them again as a single gamepad and then we will explain how to do it.

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The first step would be to enter the “Controls” icon that is located right on the Home screen of the console.

On the next screen we select the option «Change the Order or the Holding Mode» . This will reset the synchronization of the controls (we will know that this is the case because the green LEDs of the controls will turn off ).

How To Join 2 Joycons To Use Them As A Controller For 1 Player On Nintendo Switch Oled 2023

To rejoin the 2 Joycons as a single controller in the Switch Oled we must do the following:

  1. We put the Joy cons vertically and simultaneously press the “L” button with the left control and “R” with the right control .
  2. Once we have pressed “L + R” the 2 joy-cons will have been configured as a single command , so we only have to press the “A” button to exit this screen.

And here is today’s tutorial, if you have any questions you can always leave me a comment and I will try to answer as soon as possible. Do not forget to share this article with your friends and family through your social networks… Thank you!