Thanks Kojack, I attempted with my Samsung S6 and SJ7 and for whatever reason it didn't work either. Any other suggestions or help is greatly appreciated. Checking out youtube I may have to invest in a range extender "TP AC1900" touch screen router and possibly a laptop. I believe I will need to create a new private network with password to successfully link the Oculus Go onto.
I have not been anywhere where my Go has not been able to connect with any WIFI as long as I had the right password. Sometimes there are restrictions as to what sites they will allow you to go to though, lol!
Any low cost travel router from Amazon will do; so long as:
It supports one of, or both, 2.4ghz and 5ghz WiFi bands. 5ghz WiFi channels tend to have less interference, and higher bandwidth.
The ability to use a wired connection is a "nice to have," as some hotels support, or only offer, wired Internet access. Wired connections tend to be faster.
It supports "captive portal" authentication. A captive portal is when, after connecting the travel router to an access point, you must then use a web browser (like on your phone) to finish establishing the connection.
The capability to switch DNS servers, after establishing a connection; in case the hotel decides to block certain Internet domains; like the one(s) used by your favorite apps/games.
A Google search reveals the typical maximum measured WiFi bandwidth of the Quest is about 900mbps. For maximum "happiness," the travel router should try to support something "close" to this number.
A physical size that you can live with; without accidentally leaving it behind, when you checkout.