To synchronize Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! With the Pokémon Go app for Android/iOS smartphones/tablets, you’ll need to follow a few simple steps that we’ve decided to list in this new tutorial today titled “How to synchronize Pokémon GO with Let’s Go (Nintendo Switch)“.
Before we get to the heart of our new guide today, we need to make some important prerequisites. You can only transfer Pokémon from the Kanto region (except Mew) and their Alola forms. In addition to this, the Pokémon you choose will not be able to break into Pokémon Go, so make sure you choose.
In the event that the connection between the Nintendo Switch and the smartphone or tablet were interrupted during the transfer, it may happen that the Pokémon are lost and that the process can not be resumed. Before starting, therefore, make sure that the two devices are close and that the connection is stable and reliable.
In addition to this, do not press for any reason in the world the Home key and on/off or pause the app or turn off the Bluetooth of the Android or iOS terminal. In case of problems you can refer to the indications on the dedicated page on the Nintendo website.
How to sync your Pokémon GO with Let’s Go (Nintendo Switch)
After properly preparing your device on the Pokémon Go and the Nintendo Switch on which Pokémon: Let’s go is present, now you are ready to carry out the synchronization process. Here are the steps:
- Start your Switch and then hit Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! or Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! from the Home menu.
- At this point, press the X button to open the Menu and then the Y key to access the Options.
- From the screen that appears choose Link to Pokémon Go and confirm your willingness to connect the two games by pressing Yes.
- If you have an Android device, open the Settings by pressing the gear icon on the home screen, in the drawer or pulling down the notification curtain, then identify the Bluetooth option (which is usually in Connections ) and activate the appropriate switch. Alternatively, lower the notification curtain and press the toggle dedicated to Bluetooth. If you have an iDevice, however, open the Settings of iOS, select Bluetooth and bring on ON the switch next to the entry Bluetooth.
- Now start the Pokémon Go game by tapping on its icon, then click on the Poké Ball at the bottom and choose Settings from the screen that appears.
- Complete the operation by first selecting Nintendo Switch and then Connecting Nintendo Switch to the next screen.
- When the Switch finds the exact Pokémon Go account, select Yes on the console screen.
- After that, tap on the Poké Ball at the bottom of the mobile game and then click on the Pokémon icon.
- Now you will find an icon similar to a Nintendo Switch on the top right. Click on and select the Pokémon you want to transfer (up to a maximum of 50 at a time).
- Confirm the procedure by first pressing Yes and then OK.