Select USB Storage and follow the onscreen instructions.To connect and access a USB storage device on your Oculus Quest, you will need a USB-C to USB OTG cable:
It's not supported yet in the Go as well. But to work around...you can stream from PC to the Quest using SkyboxVR, or Bigscreen. I'm making a portable wireless NAS server for my Quest, using a Raspberry Pi and a 4TB WD My Passport drive. Once set up, the Quest can connect to the PI directly, without the need for a modem. After that, just share the drive, and video players such as SkyboxVR should be able to see them and add them to it's library.
That's a good idea, let us know how it works when you've got it going (and the price of parts!)
I'm interested in this Ravpower Filehub AC750
It looks like it'll do the same thing as it's a wireless DLNA server but presumably as it's also a powerbank, could be used to charge the Quest too when you're out and about, although it looks like it has a micro-USB rather than C so you'd need a separate cable, also a backup device for your laptop etc.
It's not cheap though at about £60 plus the price of whatever SD card or portable HDD you're using.
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