Even worse if you're trying to use Air Link to replace a physical monitor (which I've tried experimenting with)... it turns Air Link off on your PC unless you use it every single day. What if you can't use your computer due to lacking time for 2 or 3 days?
Yes, we did. And this new feature so far is broken. As is, apparently, Oculus Link. And Oculus Link is not an "experimental" feature anymore.
I don't know about anyone else, but I can't get Air Link to work even though my system is more then capable of running it. I even just bought a new router just for running this service. And the app crashes immediately every single time. it might be amazing, it might be meh, but that would require it to actually work.
I am always amazed at people who say "I can't make this work so it is broken." Link works flawlessly for me. Airlink works flawlessly for me. VD works flawlessly for me. And the same is true for millions of others.
I'm genuinely sorry that it is not working for YOU, but it is not broken.
And if you have feedback for Beta software you should send it to the developer. I'm quite sure that we won't have to re-enable it every time we restart once it is out of Beta.
i7 8700, 16GB, RTX 2080 TI, Rift CV1 | i5 4690K, 16GB, GTX 1660 TI, Rift CV1 | Quest | Quest 2
Maybe it's not "I can't make this work so it must be broken" so much as "It WAS working, and now it's not even though the only thing that has changed is that Version 28 has been patched in on both desktop and the Quest 2". Which is the case with Oculus Link for me, and many others. If a PC is capable of Oculus Link (which mine is), and you have a good enough wifi router (which I do now) then Air Link is suppose to work. If it's not working for a good number of people who it should work with, then perhaps there might be an issue?
Perhaps you should turn that around @Nunyabinez and realize that just because you aren't having an issue, that doesn't mean nobody else is. But hey, since you seem to have all the answers, try explaining the fix for this:
Is that a case of my system not being capable, or is it a case of "Hmm, maybe there is something wrong with Air Link"? By the way, Oculus Link broke as well for me with V28. I'd been having issues with using the virtual desktop that's built into Oculus Home (PC), but other then that it worked fine before V28.
Oh yeah, as for Oculus Link, here's the troubleshooting issues for that. Maybe you can figure out the magic fix to what you are positive is user error.
So, what's the "user error" problem that is keeping it from working? You know, since it must work flawlessly for everyone because you apparently got it working. Note, that I have been incapable of using Oculus Link since my desktop first updated to V28, due to the headset still at the time being on V27. And now it still doesn't work.
EDIT: Sorry about that. I'm kind of cranky right now. I've spent all day fighting with Oculus Link and Air Link trying to get them to work. I've looked up everything I could, and everything I can find says that it should be working. All my settings are correct. My hardware meets or exceeds the requirements. And I even spent $80 on a brand new wifi router just so I could use this new feature. Only both Air Link and Oculus Link aren't working. They just keep crashing endlessly.