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Is there anyway to rollback 1.11 update?

LukaZGPLukaZGP Posts: 15
NerveGear
edited February 2017 in Support
I have several bugs introduce with this update so I would like to rollback to older version.

After contacting with support they confirmed that you can not rollback :(
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  • YoLolo69YoLolo69 Posts: 1,111
    Wintermute
    Nope. I suggest to get in touch with Support Team to describe your problems.

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  • LukaZGPLukaZGP Posts: 15
    NerveGear
    Yeah seems to be the only way to fix that. I will test it again at evning. If i will get the same results like floor level going up or down and guardian system moving during the gamplay i will definitly contact support cos this bugs are to dangerous to play in roomscale right now.
  • hoochyukhoochyuk Posts: 330 Poster of the Week
    Mines the same pre update was fine apart from the oculus sleep bug now I get all the problems others were reporting before the update
  • matskatsabamatskatsaba Posts: 275
    Nexus 6
    Is there a way to block this update?
    so far i`m just killing oculus from task manager instead of exiting but...
    seriously, hard as it is, but you still CAN block windows10 updates.
    not faceculus though. 
    wouldn`t mind compulsory updates that much if they would improve anything instead of breaking things previously working perfectly.
    Any ideas? 
  • reddeath360reddeath360 Posts: 342
    Art3mis
    Is there a way to block this update?
    so far i`m just killing oculus from task manager instead of exiting but...
    seriously, hard as it is, but you still CAN block windows10 updates.
    not faceculus though. 
    wouldn`t mind compulsory updates that much if they would improve anything instead of breaking things previously working perfectly.
    Any ideas? 

    I guess you could block the oculus server in your windows firewall
  • matskatsabamatskatsaba Posts: 275
    Nexus 6
    edited February 2017
    Too late, regardless the firewall block, home updated itself.
    Probably i should have added oculus to hosts file.
    Or rather, i should have switched focus on openVR and OSVR hmd long ago.
    But anyway, setting block rules in firewall doesn't help, oculus just recreates the in and outbound rules without hesitation.
  • flyingaudioflyingaudio Posts: 1
    NerveGear
    edited February 2017
    When I was prompted to install the update to 1.11, I did not press update because everything was working, I instead closed the window, but it went ahead and installed the update anyway.  Now the Touch controllers have judder, making the system unusable.

    I am in the middle of developing and this is costing me.  I am finding it difficult to believe that they are forcing the update (even when I answered no), and there is no way to rollback, but that seems to be the case from what I am reading on the forums.  This is not feeling developer/user friendly.
  • b0ttinib0ttini Posts: 4
    NerveGear
    thinking to ban oculus from my life. Pimax 4k , here i come. . . . 
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