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How to Browse the Internet on the Nintendo Switch

Nintendo Switch Web Browser - Gamers Heroes
Want to surf the internet on the Nintendo Switch? The big N has this feature disabled by default, but you’ll be able to browse the world wide web in no time with this guide.

IMGUR and reddit user JusTheo found a way to access the web browser on the Nintendo Switch. Just follow these steps and you’ll be good to go.

How to Browse the Internet on the Nintendo Switch

Step 1: Go to settings

Go to Settings

Step 2: Go to the internet tab

Go to the Internet Tab

Step 3: Press “Internet Settings”

Press Internet Settings

Step 4: Choose your Wi-Fi network

Choose your wi-fi network

Step 5: Press “Change Settings”

Press Change Settings

Step 6: Go to “DNS Settings”

Go to DNS Settings

Step 7: Click it and press “Manual”

Click it and Press Manual

Step 8: Change your Primary DNS to 108.061.164.129

Change your Primary DNS to 108.061.164.129

Step 9: Change your Secondary DNS to 151.080.040.069

Change your Secondary DNS to 151.080.040.069

Step 10: Press “Save”

Press Save

Step 11: Go back to this screen and press “Connect to this Network”

Go back to this screen and press Connect to this Network

The DNS tricks the switch into thinking you need to sign into your network

The DNS tricks the switch into thinking you need to sign into your network

Your Switch should now have a web browser URL box

Your Switch should now have a web browser URL box

Casey Scheld

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