I'm afraid the force is not with you. I'm guessing you've done a proper reset (holding power button for 3 secs and pressing restart). A possible fix is to use Sidequest to clear the cache for the app.
If you haven't already, you should submit a sup…
The last post I read was about this same thing, but with VR chat. It sounds like a bug with the latest firmware (I think they're up to 16). If so, it should get sorted in the next week or two. But it couldn't hurt to submit a support ticket. They'll…
Torrents, but you didn't hear it from me. But you can't DL directly to the Quest. You have to DL to a PC or phone, then transfer it to the Quest.
My friend got a copy of Ready Player One in 3D. It played perfectly in Skybox Media Player, which play…
There's too many to list them all, but here's a short list of my favourites:
Dead and Buried
Skybox media player
Star Wars droid repair bay
These are all q…
You should remove the battery to reset the left controller, if you haven't already. You should reset the Quest as well. And if that fails, you could try re-pairing the left controller. I think you use the phone app as well as holding down the menu b…
Hola, este es el foro de la comunidad. Debe publicar esto en el foro de desarrolladores. Esta publicación no será vista por los desarrolladores. También debe traducir al inglés con google, como yo lo hice. Para acceder al foro de desarrolladores…
Actually, in all seriousness, someone is releasing full body tracking for the quest. Here's a video by VR YouTuber Thrillseeker:
Skip to 4:20 (lol) to see the segment about it.
You won't get an answer here, this is just the community forum. Your best bet is to submit a support ticket here:
If might take a few days to hear back. Or you could look for a sales support number.
Are you talking about an original Rift cv1? What hardware are you using? Are your usb ports rated high enough? Are all of your drivers up to date?
You're probably best off submitting a support ticket here:
Make sure all of your software and drivers are up to date and make exceptions for the Oculus app in your antivirus software and the windows firewall.
If that doesn't help, submit a customer support ticket here:
I don't own the game, but I might be able to help. You'll have to connect over the internet even if you're in the same room.
There's a good video here by Gamertag VR on YouTube:
It's not a tutorial, but you can s…