How to Calibrate Joycon for Catching Pokemon in Let’s Go Pikachu, Eevee

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Are you having hard time catching a Pokemon because you may have problem with the calibration of your Joy-Con or forgot how to calibrate it together with your monitor screen?

The calibration tutorial for catching the Pokemon appeared when you obtain your first Pokemon, either Pikachu or Eevee.

Calibrating JoyCon Controller

Calibration is automatically initiated every time you’re catching a Pokemon. Starts when you press the Get Ready button.

Hold your Joy-Coin horizontally, and point it straight at your computer screen. Make sure it is flat and horizontally position pointing the center of your screen.

With your Joy-Coin pointing at the screen, press the A button (Right button for L-JoyCon) to ready a Pokeball. This is the time, your Joycon locked-down the position of your Joycon from your computer screen.

You can throw your Pokeball by waving your Joy-Coin. If the Pokemon is moving and it is on the left or right side of the screen, you need to swing more your arm to throw on the those direction.

That’s it! If you have better suggestion or a technique, please leave a comment.

Are you having hard time catching a Pokemon because you may have problem with the calibration of your Joy-Con or forgot how to calibrate it together with your monitor screen? The calibration tutorial for catching the Pokemon appeared when you obtain your first Pokemon, either Pikachu or Eevee. Calibrating JoyCon Controller Calibration is automatically initiated every time you're catching a Pokemon. Starts when you press the Get Ready button. Hold your Joy-Coin horizontally, and point it straight at your computer screen. Make sure it is flat and horizontally position pointing the center of your screen. With your Joy-Coin pointing at the screen, press the A button (Right button for L-JoyCon) to ready a Pokeball. This is the time, your Joycon locked-down the position of your Joycon from your computer screen. You can throw your Pokeball by waving your Joy-Coin. If the Pokemon is moving and it is on the left or right side of the screen, you need to swing more your arm to throw on the those direction. That's it! If you have better suggestion or a technique, please leave a comment.
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