In an attempt to determine the root cause of the problem, he found that when pressing near the analog bar (by pressing his fingers on the case), the thrust will disappear. Once the pressure was released, the trend returned. Therefore, he came up with a very simple fix - open the console and insert a small piece of paper (at least 1 mm thick) between the back of the analog wooden case and the outer casing.
Joy-Con drift has been a major problem in Nintendo Switch campaigns for years, and newer releases like the Switch Lite and OLED Switch haven't addressed the future. According to a YouTuber, this problem can be easily solved with a piece of paper.
Recently, the VK channel released a video highlighting the problem and outlining the steps it took to solve the problem.
It appears to fill a gap in the paper that can be created over time due to use. It basically simulates the pressure on the console, thus eliminating thrust. Could it really be that simple?
VK channels claim that this issue has been fixed for two months without any problems.
Of course, opening a Joy-Con - even if it's just a small piece of paper - will void any warranty. Again, Joy-Cons aren't that expensive, and if you already have experience drifting, it's well worth the adventure. Or you can send it to Nintendo.
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