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Mis-advertisement

 

Well, I think we finally have a case of mis-advertisement with Facebook, still selling Oculus Quest 2 and other products and telling you how good it is to be able to stream live with your friends on FB.

Finally, I get a message saying "The Developer Has Disabled Streaming on this App" 

Come on FB, get your act together or I want my £300 back?

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Pixie40
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@Shaun.Wrekin.Radio wrote:

Mis-advertisement

 

Well, I think we finally have a case of mis-advertisement with Facebook, still selling Oculus Quest 2 and other products and telling you how good it is to be able to stream live with your friends on FB.

Finally, I get a message saying "The Developer Has Disabled Streaming on this App" 

Come on FB, get your act together or I want my £300 back?


Uhm... I think you might be blaming the wrong party. If the app's developer has flagged it to not be streamed to Facebook, then this isn't the fault of anyone but the app's developer. If, for example, I made a story heavy VR app and it was being sold on the quest 2's app store, why would you blame Facebook if I flagged my product to not be streamed?

Lo, a quest! I seek the threads of my future in the seeds of the past.