Left Joystick Switch Pro Controller gets stuck/jammed un up-right pos.
Switch Pro Controller right analog stick drifting in game
How to remove completely stripped screw?
Pro Controller Seemingly Dead, with no signs of life
Read this troubleshooting guide for help.
Background and Identification:
The Nintendo Switch Pro controller was unveiled with the Nintendo switch in 2016 and released in 2017. The Nintendo Switch is a video game console, with multiple controllers that can be paired, including the pro controller and basic Joy-con. The pro controller is different from the Joy-con in its wireless connection capability and more traditional design.
This controller is composed of 2 analog sticks, 2 digital shoulder buttons, 2 digital triggers, a digital D-pad, accelerometer, and a gyroscope. It is the eighth generation Nintendo controller and connects to the Nintendo Switch console via Bluetooth. The controller is charged through USB-C and takes about 6 hours to fully charge; A fully charged controller can last about 40 hours. These devices also feature motion controls, HD rumble, and built-in Amiibo functionality (a type of wireless connectivity).
The Nintendo switch pro controller is the most recently released controller of this style for the Nintendo Switch console.
- Nintendo Switch (USB-C and Bluetooth)
- PC (USB-C)
- Lithium-ion battery [CTR-003] battery capacity 1300 mAh
- USB-C connector (recharge)
- Estimated 40-hour battery life
- Near Field Communication
- HD Rumble
- Motion Controls
- USB-C port
- 2x Analog Sticks
- Digital D-pad
- 10x digital face buttons
- 2x digital shoulder buttons
- 2x digital triggers
- Nintendo Switch Pro Controller
- USB-C charging cable
Source: Nintendo Switch Pro Controller Specifications
For additional help in identifying and repairing the device, please reference the following sources:
-The official Nintendo of America controller troubleshooting page.