Running homebrew on Nintendo Switch is nothing new, but now Android 10 has arrived on the game console, but not in the way you expect. First off, you’ll need an older console that Nintendo has not yet patched. If compatible, the Android 10-based LineageOS 17.1 port is just a download away. This unofficial port for the Switch includes OTA updates, full Joy-Con + Pro Controller support, a deep sleep mode, optimized dock support, improved Bluetooth accessory support, and more. Read more for a video and additional information.
You’ll be able to choose from TWO different ROMs, a tablet build with the standard Android UI and an Android TV version that works in both docked / undocked modes, but with limited app support. Some of the things you’ll need to get it installed are a USB-C cable, high-speed microSD card, and a PC.
- 3 Play Styles: TV Mode, Tabletop Mode, Handheld Mode
- 6.2-inch, multi-touch capacitive touch screen
- 4.5-9+ Hours of Battery Life will vary depending on software usage conditions
- Connects over Wi-Fi for multiplayer gaming; Up to 8 consoles can be connected for local wireless multiplayer
- Model number: HAC-001(-01)