How To Fix Nintendo Switch Error Code 2137-8006?

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  • Platform: Nintendo Switch
  • Error code: 2137-8006
  • Occurs: Error comes when users try to complete a download
  • Effect of the error: Because of the error users can’t download anything on the Nintendo Switch.

If you are trying to download anything on your Nintendo Switch console but getting the error code 2137-8006 then this post will help you deal with this error.

This error is really annoying as it may stop you from completing any download on a Nintendo Switch. As per our research, this error mainly comes because of a connection timeout which can come because of any kind of network issue.

  • Here are the possible reasons for the error.
    • Your internet is slow.
    • Your internet connection is unstable.
    • There is any kind of wireless interference between your device and Wifi.


Fixes For Nintendo Switch Error Code 2137-8006


Fix 1: Power Cycle Your Nintendo Switch And Internet

  • Shut down your Nintendo Switch.
  • Then shut down your router and disconnect it from the power source.
  • Then wait for around 2 to 3 minutes.
  • Then restart your internet.
  • Now wait till your router fully restarts.
  • Then restart your Nintendo Switch.
  • Then check if the error still comes.

Fix 2: Use The Manual DNS For The Nintendo Switch

  • Go to the Nintendo Switch Home Menu.
  • Then choose System Settings.
  • Then choose the Internet option.
  • Then choose the Internet Settings.
  • Then choose your Wi-Fi network.
  • Then choose Change Settings.
  • Then choose DNS Settings.
  • Then choose Manual.
  • Then choose Primary DNS.
  • Then enter the 8.8.8.8 for the primary DNS and tap OK.
  • Then choose Secondary DNS.
  • Then choose 8.8.4.4 for the secondary DNS and tap OK.
  • Then save all the changes and perform an internet test.
  • Then check if the error still comes.

Fix 3: Try Connecting Over A Different Internet

If you still get the error after changing your DNS then try connecting over a different WIFI connection. In case you don’t have access to any other Wi-Fi connection then try connecting over a mobile hotspot connection.

If you don’t get the error over the other internet then this means that the issue is associated with your default internet. Try performing a speed test for your internet, if your internet speed is okay then this means that you need to change any of your internet settings to resolve this issue. If you are not good with these technical things then you can connect over your ISP to ask for help.


Fix 4: Check for Update and Contact Nintendo

If the error still persists over the other internet connection then check if you need to update your Nintendo Switch if so then consider updating it. If the Nintendo console is up to date and the error still continues then contact Nintendo support to report the problem.


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