I think I can speak for all VR users that the VR industry must be universal between devices in order for VR to survive
When I bought the Oculus Quest, I was happy about one thing: Enjoying a cable less 6DOF VR experience with good quality
But one thing bothered me the most: My freedom of choice.
I set my device to developer mode to find out 2 things,:
1: The ethernet over USB has been disabled.
2: USB tethering has been disabled.
Not only that, it has been completely stripped off the OS and sealed shut to ensure people can't stream games from SteamVR with a powerful cable connection.
As contradicted it may sound, I like a device that I can use wireless and enjoy fast and easy gaming without the use of a PC, but i do like the ability to choose to stream games or play them directly on my device.
I am still in my 30 days refund policy and I'm really doubting on returning my device... removing the default USB features is really a childish move from the Oculus developers and dividing all devices on the market is not only frustrating for the users but the game developers as well: I can buy Moss in the Steam store AND the oculus store, so the game developers aren't getting robbed, heck 'm thinking about buying them both so I can enjoy the HQ texture when connected on the PC and while I'm in the mood for a quick play I play it directly on the machine.
Also if the USB features were enabled i could stream 6k videos better, play more games and unlock the full potential of the device.
Some of you will say "Just buy a 5Ghz router". I did, I even connected a 5ghz AP directly to my PC so only the Oculus is connected without any interference of other devices, but when I connect a Ethernet cable into a USB C connector on a mobile device the latency and quality is off the charts.
I hope my message will be heard by Oculus and a next update will contain the Ethernet and Tethering option, because Google Daydream is also working on a 6DOF device, and if I can connect my Note S10 with an 1Gbps OTG cable, the quest won't be much more than a closed circuit gimmick.
It's all about freedom, please don't make any excuses and give the Quest its full potential.