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Testing without wearing headset? NATIVE

Hi,

I have a quest 2 headset and I'm working with NATIVE samples, for example VrCubeWorld_SurfaceView

I dont want to use Unity or Unreal, just plain native platform, 

 

So,  every time I make a change and want to test it I have to put on the headset and see the screen, etc 

 

Is it possible to run the app in some android stuvio AVD device simulator, at least for test the graphical stuff (opengl) 

 

Thanks!

 

 

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pro_zac
Level 4

You can use Oculus Developer Hub (ODH) to launch the apk and cast your headset. I also setup an adb command shortcut to exit my apps. (adb shell am force-stop com.packagename)

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pro_zac
Level 4

You can use Oculus Developer Hub (ODH) to launch the apk and cast your headset. I also setup an adb command shortcut to exit my apps. (adb shell am force-stop com.packagename)

a.a.babichev
Level 3

I did option to build my software for PC and launch it in flat mode.  It saves a lot of time for testing and debugging.