Skyline is an open source and experimental emulator that runs on ARMv8 Android devices and emulates the functionality of a Nintendo Switch system.
This app is designed to provide an accurate, performant, and user-friendly emulation experience through an ARM Compatibility Layer and System Emulation.
This guide explains how to install Skyline emulator on mobile devices compatibles with Android OS.
- Software requirements
- System requirements
- Install emulator
- Install games
- Update emulator
You can find all required data for your device from the link buttons below:
|Title keys||Not aviable|
|Product keys||Not aviable|
The software requirements for running this application must be met in order for the software to function at all.
The hardware requirements for running the application vary depending on your current configuration.
|OS||Android 10 (or higher)|
|CPU||Octa core 1.5 GHz (or higher)|
|RAM||6 GB (or more)|
|Storage||64 MB aviable|
Our recommended specifications don’t guarantee perfect performance in most games, but rather strive to provide a cost effective recommendation while still considering performance.
|OS||Android 9 (or higher)|
|CPU||Quad core 1.5 GHz (or higher)|
|RAM||4 GB (or more)|
|Storage||32 MB aviable|
We cannot guarantee the performance of system specifications lower the recommended requirements but you’re always welcome to experiment.
- Download file on the link button
- Open a File manager
- Select the folder containing the downloaded file
- Open the file .apk
- Press install button
- Launch the app
Once you open the emulator it will ask you to select the folder where you have dumped your Nintendo Switch Game NSP/XCI/NRO files.
Click on use this folder and allow it access.
After that you nintendo to switch games will be loaded and the emulator will open.
Now you’ll notice that it will say incomplete production keys.
You will need to download or dump the product.keys and title.keys of your Nintendo switch game.
Afterward, open the emulator settings.
Now find the keys section, in which there will be 2 options, product keys and title keys.
Now click on production keys and it will ask you to open the folder where you have stored the .key file.
Open the folder and click the prod.key and it will say successfully imported; now do the same with title.key.
The game feed will get refreshed once you exit from settings.
Now just click on the switch game you want to play and the game should start.
- Download games files with compatible format (NSP/XCI/NRO)
- Move the game file on the selected folder in settings menu
- Refresh the game feed
Skyline emulator is capable of running most commercial games at full speed, provided you meet the necessary hardware requirements.
Some games may be delayed or flashback in the process of running.
This may be related to the performance of the mobile phone, or it may be related to other unknown factors.
This application is from a third-party developer, so an automatic update won’t be available.
You will need to manually update the app by removing the old version and installing the new version on the download section.
All the updates have the latest fixes and optimizations, but their constantly changing nature means that little testing has been done on them and unknown bugs may appear.
This project is licensed under Mozilla Public License 2.0.
- Nintendo Switch is a trademark of Nintendo Co., Ltd
- Android is a trademark of Google LLC
This guide/tutorial answers the following questions:
- How do I install Skyline emulator on Android?
- How do I download Skyline emulator?
- Can I play Nintendo Switch games on Android?
- Can you emulate Switch on Android?
- What is Skyline emulator?