The native app dialog of Android - not exposed through the user
interface but accessible through sideloaded apps such as settings apps -
has three buttons: Stop app, clear app cache, clear app data. Since
firmware 32, the button to clear the app data...
My starting point to watch long movies with Skybox is the original soft
strap with a KIWI back pad. I hate the weight. Lifting the Quest 2 up
with two fingers makes a world of difference. So I tried a halo strap
(bobovr), in the hope that the big par...
Our Quest 2 is annoyingly creaky. The noise comes from the plastic frame
of the facial interface rubbing against the plastic of the Quest. Is
there an alternative 3rd party facial interface that has a frame made
from a quieter, softer, more rubber-li...
While the popping colors and the high brightness of the Quest 2 are
great for games, the poor black levels and over-saturation can make the
cinemetic experience a bit disappointing, especially nightly
low-contrast movie scenes are hard to tolerate - ...
Is it safe to use the Quest 2 with silicone cover A? Our Quest 2 has
developed audible fan noise after a week with this cover on. It has been
returned for replacement. I wonder if the firmware calibrates itself and
learns to run the fan faster if it ...
> sticking with the quest 1 Don't these two have exactly the same
lenses? These are plastic fresnell lenses (thin, light, cheap - but with
very small sweet spot, rings that can light up and inherent blurryness
towards the edges). You have to get your...
You can use the Quest 2 without cameras (disable tracking in menu; it
will do that automatically after a while if the cameras don't get a
good-enough picture) but in that case it will fall back to 3DOF - like
an Oculus Go. The controllers will be tra...
Solved: After manually changing the PIDs in "android_winusb.inf" file
with a text editor and forcing Windows to accept unsigned drivers
(painful processs; see revryl.com/2013/08/06/install-unsigned-drivers/;
I had to press F7 blindly because my monit...