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How to Connect Switch to TV Without Dock


Connect Switch to TV Without Dock

Have you ever wanted to play your Nintendo Switch on TV, but didn’t want to buy a dock? If so, here’s how! Turn the console upside down and make sure it is plugged in. Next, take out the kickstand and fold it back until it clicks into place. The Switch will now stand up like a tablet. Then simply turn on your TV to HDMI 3 (or whichever input you prefer) and enjoy playing games on the big screen!

The way to connect your Nintendo Switch to a TV is to put it in the dock. But if you do not have the dock, or if you break your dock, then what can you do? You can try connecting it with a cable that is called an HDMI cable. Luckily, you can use a work around to attach your Nintendo Switch without using the dock. Here is what you need to think about when it comes to attaching your Nintendo Switch to the TV.

How a Nintendo Switch Normally Play to TV

Connect Switch to TV Without Dock

The video and force cabling on a Nintendo Switch goes in the back of the dock. You probably review from when you set up the gadget that the ports are covered with a pivoted door. Behind there you will find, all together, the USB-C force input, a USB 3.0 port for more capacity, and an HDMI.

Force and information for this load of connections are converted to USB-C which is then directed around the lower part of the dock. Here, a solitary USB-C port connects to the docked Nintendo Switch. This single port charges the battery and keeps the gadget fueled when docked. It additionally courses video information to your TV by means of HDMI and oversees information from a USB stockpiling gadget.

How to Connect Switch to TV Without Dock

Obviously, you need a USB-C to HDMI connector to connect your Nintendo Switch to a TV without the dock.

To give this a shot, I requested a standard USB-C to HDMI connector from Amazon. It has three sources of info, actually like the rear of the Switch’s dock, and a solitary USB-C yield.