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Android for the Nintendo Switch has finally landed – You can now run LineageOS 15.1 (Android 8.1) on your hacked Nintendo Switch


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16 Responses

  1. ererere says:


  2. faret says:

    thirdero sopa de macaco

  3. soture says:

    Can we stream PC games using this without any bugs?

  4. Mitty Walters says:

    Doesn’t this mean we can theoretically emulate DS games via Drastic?

  5. Smoker1 says:

    Note: You can NOT connect the USB to a PC like a normal Android Device. Keeps coming up as a ‘PI USB to Serial’ or ‘P1 USB to Serial’. Seems only way to do File Transfer is by using a FTP Method, but that is VERY slow for large Files, and it keeps Disconnecting all the time >:(

    • Caveman04 says:

      or, ya know, if you have ES File Manager, you can use standard shared folders on your PC. if OTG works, you could use thumb drives and either the dock or an otg cable

      • Smoker1 says:

        Can not do that for some reason. Connected to the Dock, and had a USB Thumb Drive in place FAT32. Nothing. USB C Adapter wont work either.

  6. DeathOfChaos says:

    How easy is it to toggle between Android and the regular Switch OS?

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