Thankfully, the Switch does come with a micro SD card slot – hidden under its kickstand, at the back of the console – meaning you can expand your game library well beyond its 32GB internal storage.
How do I view my SD card on my Nintendo switch?
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How do I know if my SD card has a switch?
From the HOME Menu select System Settings, then scroll down the menu on the left-hand side and select Data Management. The available space for the System Memory and microSD card (if available), will be displayed on the top of the screen.
Why won’t my Nintendo switch read my SD card?
Verify that the microSD card is compatible with Nintendo Switch. If the microSD card label indicates it is SDXC, reinsert the microSD card back into the console. Then power on Nintendo Switch and be sure to perform a system update. Important: The system menu version will not change after this update.
Can any SD card be used in switch?
The Switch is compatible with SDXC cards, which is backwards compatible with the older, smaller capacity SD and SDHC cards. So pretty much any microSD card you’ve got lying around from an old Android phone or a digital camera should work in the Switch.
Is 128gb enough for switch?
200/256GB, or even 128GB, should be enough for a while if you only buy indie titles on eShop (obviously, if you buy every single game out there, you’ll get into trouble, but that’s the case on all systems). If you are interested in the traditional AA and AAA titles, you might run into space issues with a 128GB card.
How much storage is on a switch?
Nintendo Switch™ console
32 GB of internal storage, a portion of which is reserved for use by the system. Users can easily expand storage space using microSDHC or microSDXC cards up to 2TB (sold separately).