With Android, one can turn their Nintendo Switch into a general purpose tablet thus breaking away from the limitations imposed by Horizon OS. As a result, thereís a good deal of interest in the Android port for the console and the folks at Switchroot are still working on making the experience better.
From some recently posted tweets, the Switchroot Team have made significant forays into the deep sleep and auto-rotation areas which were previously a tad problematic. As per the available information, auto-rotation is working well and deep-sleep (lp0) lets you wake up from sleep but some bugs need to be fixed before it can be labelled as fully functional. Other than this excellent news, Switchroot is also working on the next release of Android for the Switch which they said will most likely be based on Android Q rather than Android Pie thanks to the formerís better joycon support.
To get information as it lands relating to Android on the Switch, itís recommended to follow Switchrootís Twitter account by following this link.