After a few days of waiting and after receiving complaints from many gamers, Nintendo last week shared details on how to deal with the bug caused by Nintendo Switch’s 12.0.3 update.
The information was provided by Nintendo’s support service and related to the 2123-1502 error code that appears to many users when the connection to the company’s content distribution servers fails, interrupting or not even starting the download of the software they are trying to download from the eShop.
Well, we’ve got news on the matter, and according to Nintendo’s maintenance schedule on its official website, a network maintenance was performed on June 20, and it looks like the maintenance has fixed the 2123-1502 error code, at least according to some reports.
Here they are:
[eShop Servers]— OatmealDome (@OatmealDome) June 18, 2021
Since I’m still somehow being mentioned occasionally over the 2123-1502 error debacle:
The eShop download servers will undergo maintenance on 29 Jun, so (speculation ahead) perhaps Nintendo will do something about the issue during that period of time. https://t.co/3q9m8z26Jc
Some users have shared that games they had download issues with last week are now downloading without a problem. The distribution of Switch update data will also take place next week, on 28 June. This also includes maintenance of the Nintendo eShop, Switch parental controls and the Switch Online app.