Nintendo consoles are fun to play with. But dealing with error and bugs is of course traumatizing. Well, we often deal with errors that are not fixable and might consider sending them for repair. The error code 2002-3537 is one such error. This might be a good idea but it will cost a fortune to get our consoles repaired. We do have some fixes for this type of error.
About Error code 2002-3537
The error code 2002-3537 results in a black screen and may keep your console unusable for a while. The reason behind this error is not known, but it might occur if you are using some faulty microSD card on your console. Hopefully, some tricks help you cope up with this error.
- Perform a full Power cycle on your device. Once done, check if the problem persists. Power cycling means restarting your console. This is the most common fix and it works fine for most of the error codes.
- The error is caused by some faulty MicroSD card issues as well. In that case, you should remove your SD card and restart your device. If your device works properly then insert your SD card and test it once more. If you see that the problem persists with the SD card in it, then it is probably damaged. You might have to change it.
- You can consider formatting your console. Formatting your console is quite a tedious job and you could be devoid of some important information in your system. To format your console, go to recovery mode in your system settings and click on restore factory settings. There is a shortcut to do that. Press the volume and power button together to format it all over. Formatting takes some time to complete so patiently wait till the process is over. Your console will restart after the formatting is over.
If the problem persists, then there may be some internal hardware fault rather than software. You can try updating your console but that might not do the work right. So, you should book a repair service and send it to Nintendo.