How to fix Nintendo switch error code 2002-4153?

Keeping your Switch updated is the best way to prevent most of the problems. If from a long time you haven’t updated your Switch device, then possibly there’s any corrupt software or data that is creating trouble.

It’s really frustrating when something interrupts  the game, especially when the game is one of our favorites. This Nintendo Switch error code 2002-4153 is also like that; it pop-ups anytime and interrupts you.

Try out these fixes to get rid of Nintendo Switch Error Code 2002-4153:

  • Update your Nintendo Switch
  • Check if there are any corrupt data
  • Check whether the problem is with your microSD card
  • Re-download the software creating the problem

Update your Nintendo Switch

Keeping your Switch updated is the best way to prevent most of the problems. If from a long time you haven’t updated your Switch device, then possibly there’s any corrupt software or data that is creating trouble. With its every update Nintendo fixes many errors and adds tons of great stuff. Therefore, install the latest update to your Switch maybe this will fix your Nintendo error code 2002-4153 issue.

To check your Nintendo Switch’s version:

  1. Open your Nintendo’s Main Menu.
  2. Go to ‘System Settings.’
  3. Scroll down and keep your eyes on the left side.
  4. Stop when you see ‘System.’
  5. Click on ‘System.’
  6. Now, go to the ‘System Update’ section.

Here is your Nintendo Switch’s version.

To update your Nintendo Switch:

  1. Open your Nintendo’s Main Menu.
  2. Go to ‘System Settings.’
  3. Scroll down and keep your eyes on the left side.
  4. Stop when you see ‘System.’
  5. Click on ‘System.’
  6. Click on ‘System Update.’

This starts updating your Nintendo Switch, now put your device and wait for the process to get complete. Updating process takes time so does not interrupt it in the between. Once the update installs, start Switch and check for the issue. Don’t be sad if this won’t fix the error code issue. There’s four more way you’ve to resolve the Nintendo Switch Error Code 2002-4153.

Check if there are any corrupt data

Until the root of the problem is not found, it is difficult to solve it. Go through the steps to identify the problem.

  1. Open your Nintendo’s Main Menu.
  2. Go to ‘System Settings.’
  3. Scroll down and keep your eyes on the left side.
  4. Stop when you see ‘Data Management.’
  5. Click on ‘Data Management.’
  6. Click on ‘Manage Software’ on the right side.
  7. Now, select the most recent program you installed.
  8. Then click ‘Check for Corrupt Data.’

This starts checking for the corrupt data and tells you where the problem lies. Once you know the issue, it becomes easy to solve.

Check whether the problem is with your microSD card

Note: Skip this method, if there is not any microSD inserted in your Nintendo Switch.

If you’re using a memory card in your Nintendo switch, eject it from your device and then check for the error code 2002-4153. If Nintendo is running perfectly without any issue, it signifies that the problem is in your memory card. Format the microSD card to fix the Nintendo Switch error code 2002-4153 before inserting it again to the device.

Re-download the software creating the problem

If the error code is appearing when you run a game or program, then reinstalling that software will probably fix the issue.

  1. Open your Nintendo’s Main Menu.
  2. Select the game showing the error.
  3. Now, click the (+) or (-) button on your controller to open the game’s options menu.
  4. Click on ‘Manage Software’ on the left side.
  5. Click on ‘Delete Software’ button on the right side.
  6. Then select ‘Delete’ to confirm.

This will remove the game or software from the Nintendo device. To play the game again, you need to reinstall it, continue using the steps to re-download your game. If you don’t need it anymore, skip the next steps.

  1. Return to your Nintendo’s home screen.
  2. Open Nintendo’s ‘eShop’.
  3. Make sure the correct profile is selected which you used to purchase the game.
  4. Click on ‘ReDownload’ option at the left-hand side menu.
  5. Find the game and click the ‘Cloud’ button next to its name.

After some time, you’ll see the game again on your Nintendo Switch.

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