For almost a week now Nintendo Switch players have come across an error message in their systems under the name of “error 2123-1502”. This problem is still ongoing… The error seems to have originated first when Nintendo rolled around a small update (12.0.3 to be exact) about a week ago. However, Nintendo seemingly had recognized

For almost a week now Nintendo Switch players have come across an error message in their systems under the name of “error 2123-1502”. This problem is still ongoing…

The error seems to have originated first when Nintendo rolled around a small update (12.0.3 to be exact) about a week ago. However, Nintendo seemingly had recognized the issue almost immediately and hence removed the update they took it down to restart the updating process. The update wasn’t supposed to change anything major in the first place, making the current situation so much more confusing.

The issue seems to be causing different problems for different players. Some cases report the system not being able to buy any DLCs or accessing previously-owned ones, but the most common ones are those where they cannot download games, or update previously downloaded games.

Despite being one of the most biggest and common software errors in the lifespan of the Nintendo Switch, Nintendo has not given any official statement on their US, UK, or Japanese Twitter accounts. So, Nintendo has had no comment on the issue so far.

However, just because Nintendo hasn’t come out and said something doesn’t mean that the community has not found some solutions on its own. Some of the potential fixes are:

Restarting the consoleChecking the internet internet connection by disconnecting and reconnecting.Clearing the cache of the Nintendo Swtich.Testing the internet connection.Manually entering an alternate DNS. …Read More

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