Share Function Pokemon Unite - How to Link Mobile & Switch Accounts

If you’re wondering how to link your mobile and Switch Pokemon Unite accounts and share the data between them, we’ve got you covered. The system is actually fairly simple, but you might not know what exactly you’re supposed to do. Basically, it’s all about using the same account on both platforms. In our Share Function Pokemon Unite – How to Link Mobile & Switch Accounts guide, we’ll explain how it all works and what you’re supposed to do.

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Share Function Pokemon Unite – How to Link Mobile & Switch Accounts

How to Link Accounts – Pokemon Unite Share Function Mobile & Switch

To link your Pokemon Unite mobile and Switch accounts and use the share function, all you have to do is log into the same Nintendo account or Pokemon Trainer Club account you used to begin playing in the first place. If you don’t know what I mean, let me break it down. When you originally started playing Pokemon Unite on the Switch, you had to log in via your Nintendo account or your Pokemon Trainer Club account. That’s where all of your progress is being stored, as it were. So, when you download the game on mobile and are prompted to sign into an account, use the same one you’ve been using to play on the Switch.

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The same process works the other way around. If you’ve started playing Pokemon Unite on mobile and get it on the Switch later, make sure to log into the same account you used to begin playing on mobile. That will link your mobile and Switch accounts and let you use the Pokemon Unite share function to carry over all your progress from one platform to the other. All of that said, I do have to put in a word of caution. I’ve heard whispers that, if you start a brand new account on the second platform instead of logging into the one you’ve been using, you won’t be able to transfer progress at all. If that turns out to be true, just re-download the game and log into the correct account.

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