With the 1.17 PC software
update (available now in our public test channel) we’re making it easier to
manage your content library all in one place. Now, you’ll be able to view and
launch all apps that support Rift from your computer or in VR, even if you
acquired them from outside the Oculus Store. We know people sideload apps for a
variety of reasons, so we've included some options to help provide flexibility
and control of what’s displayed. Here are a few things to keep in mind:
We’ll be iterating on Library
functionality and features with future patches. If you’re testing the release,
please share feedback with us via the PTC, and stay tuned for future updates.
XXXXX (Oculus Support)
Aug 7, 2:36 PM PDT
Thanks for your patience
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We appreciate your patience
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I really just want to know...Not knocking the idea(s) at all, but why release a half-assed feature?
I have the JSON for the free version of Elite Dangerous: Arena (Multiplayer) from Steam. Sorry, I purchased ED Deluxe Edition from Oculus Home. Let me know if you would like to attempt that. However, I doubt it will even work for what we need it to do. Let me know...Thanks! 🙂
anyone have the json files for elite dangerous that I could download?
@SUBZer0VR. They responded to me by telling me to check the change log to keep track of new features.
So, you're getting an error with a non-oculus app like Project Cars. So, you remove it, because there is no point in having a redundant app in your library. The issue gets fixed, but you can no longer add it your library because that cannot be done.
What is wrong with these developers? Every ability to delete an item ever created in the existence of computers, has included a way to add it back.
Anyone have SteamVR and Audioshield Json files?
Hi guys every since the update today oculus home no longer recognizes my headset plugged in through an hdmi extension. It also has terrible connectivity with my 3rd sensor, Ontop of that, when it would work, it would crash my pc after 5-10 minutes of playing, error: DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL (wdf01000.sys) So naturally I went and updated my GPU drivers from one that was only a month or so old and working flawlessly not even 12 hours ago to the newest one, oculus now crashes my entire PC every time I open it. Reverted back to the drivers that it worked with last and I can no longer open oculus home. Uninstalled oculus entirely and reinstalled. No go, crashes every time. If it doesn't crash my PC it crashes my GPU shutting the fans off until it overheats. Literally wtf happened it was all working so smoothly now I can't even turn it on or it crashes my pc and then goes into infinite reboot loop until I clear bios.