Oculus Quest 2 Owners Thread: Accessories, Tips, Tricks, and Deals

Oculus Quest 2 Owners Thread.

A thread to post your findings and share with other Quest 2 owners.

Got some accessories to recommend - or even anti recommend. Maybe a great game you think everybody should have.
Now that the Big Black Friday Quest deal is finished and the deliveries are rolling in we can start looking at accessories, or comfort tips, or whatever else we want to talk about in a longer running thread…

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VRDB.app - VR Store Statistics

Upcoming Quest Releases

Quest Store Overview

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Accessories

From @scrimshaw

Everything you need you can buy from Aliexpress, best time to buy would be when there's increased cashback or some kind of sitewide discount coupon that you can apply.

Do a search for BoboVR, Kiwi Design, Esimen, AMVR etc and look at the different mods, accessories. You really only need

  • a halo style headstrap to replace the crappy stock headband. (Halo style straps place the weight of the headset on your forehead, and it resembles a Rift S headstrap)
  • a basic knuckle strap for controllers
  • maybe some kind of storage zipper bag or charging dock if you want to store your headset somewhere, because you won't be able to fit your modded headset back into the original box anymore.
  • If you're suffering from Myopia / astigmatism you might need to spend some money on 3rd party lens inserts that attach to your headset with magnets and order prescription lenses from optometrist. Read the oculus subreddit for some suggestions.

BOBOVR M2 strap link from user @tre180

Accessories Galore from user @iamtezr also see this link to sequence of posts full of details and links.

OK, Here are some accessories I own so I've made a list for those that may be interested.
https://imgur.com/a/6opGldX

This was posted a while back and since then I've added other accessories which ill update shortly.
1 - VRCover Facial Interface & Foam Replacement
2 - Vrcover/Generic Lens Cover
3 - Headstrap (Picture: Elite. But if money isn't an issue then HTC DAS with adapters otherwise Halo Strap is a good alternative)
4 - Oculus Case (Because it fits the Elite strap)
5 - Generic Case if you're using the stock strap.
6 - USB C link cable (Kiwi or Ankers)
7 - Active USB extension cable (CableCreation)
8 - Knuckle Strap and Wii style tether strap
9 - Controller Ring Bumpers
10 - Full Silicone Cover and knuckle strap for Controller.
11 - Lens film protector
12 - 3D printed Lens Protector
13 - Facial Silicone Covers
14 - USB C Magnetic plug
15 - Power Bank
16 - Microfibre Cleaning Cloth for Eye Wear
17 - Back Strap Powerbank holder

3D Printable Accessories

More from @iamtezr

Quest 2 Strap Back Support.
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4624883

You can print this flat with PLA, then put it in warm water and when it's soft, press it against the back of your head to shape it.

Quest 2 Lens Protector
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3653631

First thing i printed because I didn't want to risk the lens getting scratched if someone that wear glasses wanted to use them

Quest 2 Headband support
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3664951

Some have said this helped with the weight distribution.

Quest 2 Elite head strap battery pack mount
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4630781

Gain extra 8-10hrs with a 10k battery pack.

Comments

  • +2

    im new owner thanks to amazon.

    so far bought:
    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/304239166832
    and
    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/224430919231

    yeah sent from china but i can wait.
    cheaper at aliexpress for sure but i choose ebay because i have lots of giftcards and then shopback extra bonus as well so ends up cheaper than ali.

    • +1

      i laughed at the "metaverse sentiment" which is basically a logo. everyone wants to jump on the metaverse bandwagon at the moment

  • +1

    The Oculus Quest 2 comes in the box with a foam cover for the face section. Chuck that on when doing exercise games, saves the foam getting gross. Spend the $80 and get the Elite Strap for it, it's really easy to adjust it just right (in my experience) and someone else suggested it, and I agree. use the box the Elite Strap comes in to store the Quest and controllers.

    • you mean silicon cover to cover the fabric foam.
      i watched some youtube but i think the halo type is better than elite. well im not sure. could be different preference for each person/head shape

      • Yes, that's what I mean.

  • +1

    If you don't like the strap it comes with try the BOBOVR M2 strap - https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1005002565795550.html?spm=a2...

    Found it far more comfortable that the default strap, I also got the small accessory kit with the silicone hand grips and face mask.

    Games I've enjoyed- RE4, Superhot VR, A fishermans tale.

  • +2

    Everything you need you can buy from Aliexpress, best time to buy would be when there's increased cashback or some kind of sitewide discount coupon that you can apply.

    do a search for BoboVR, Kiwi Design, Esimen, AMVR etc and look at the different mods, accessories. You really only need

    • a halo style headstrap to replace the crappy stock headband. (Halo style straps place the weight of the headset on your forehead, and it resembles a Rift S headstrap)
    • a basic knuckle strap for controllers
    • maybe some kind of storage zipper bag or charging dock if you want to store your headset somewhere, because you won't be able to fit your modded headset back into the original box anymore.

    If you're suffering from Myopia / astigmatism you might need to spend some money on 3rd party lens inserts that attach to your headset with magnets and order prescription lenses from optometrist. Read the oculus subreddit for some suggestions.

    • maybe a basic lens cover as well? as i read somewhere do not let sun shine hit the lenses

      • just drape a piece of cloth over your headset when you're done playing, it'll keep the sunlight from hitting the lens.

        Microfibre cleaning cloth — for people who wear glasses you will probably have a lot at home but if not buy a few pieces specifically for lens cleaning.

  • +3

    Got my quest yesterday. I've been browsing a few oculus subreddits for a bit. A couple of notes on connecting up your oculus:

    • A bunch of people have had their Facebook account disabled, and in turn their oculus bricked, if their Facebook name doesn't match their credit card.
    • You can change your fb account name, do it before you set up your oculus to avoid any issues.
    • it also may be worth downloading your fb data in case you do get locked out. At least then if you are locked out, you have all your memories.
    • depending on what post you read, fb / oculus staff can either be really good or really bad when trying to fix it. If you do get locked out, they have a 7 day period before they re-enable fb.
    • damn my fb name doesnt match my cc and i already bought couple games under that same fb account.
      just name must match? no need to put real photo profile, right? can be my dog photo in there?
      i really hate facebook.

      • Yeah no one really knows. Fb / oculus don't really give direct answers to why accounts got disabled other than they broke terms of service.

    • Oh wow - I was kind of forced to migrate my oculus account to facebook for this and its strictly a dummy account. I dont think I got the credit either so I might request decoupling from support.

    • I use paypal, does the name have to match too?

      • +1

        I've used a few of my paypal accounts that my first name don't match with my FB account name. I've been fine.
        I even used my wifes paypal account to pay for games. I really haven't heard much about the credit card and and FB name not matching getting people banned.

        As for the Quest 2 unit itself, it can't really be bricked. Your FB account is just banned/locked/deactivated which you yourself can't use. A factory reset and have another owner log in and set up will bring it back to life.

  • +1

    OK, Here are some accessories I own so I've made a list for those that may be interested.
    https://imgur.com/a/6opGldX

    This was posted a while back and since then I've added other accessories which ill update shortly.
    1 - VRCover Facial Interface & Foam Replacement
    2 - Vrcover/Generic Lens Cover
    3 - Headstrap (Picture: Elite. But if money isn't an issue then HTC DAS with adapters otherwise Halo Strap is a good alternative)
    4 - Oculus Case (Because it fits the Elite strap)
    5 - Generic Case if you're using the stock strap.
    6 - USB C link cable (Kiwi or Ankers)
    7 - Active USB extension cable (CableCreation)
    8 - Knuckle Strap and Wii style tether strap
    9 - Controller Ring Bumpers
    10 - Full Silicone Cover and knuckle strap for Controller.
    11 - Lens film protector
    12 - 3D printed Lens Protector
    13 - Facial Silicone Covers
    14 - USB C Magnetic plug
    15 - Power Bank
    16 - Microfibre Cleaning Cloth for Eye Wear
    17 - Back Strap Powerbank holder

    • +2

      I am lucky enough to have a HTC DAS from when they were cheaper (and I was employed) from my Quest 1 that I will probably re purpose once I find my original Q1 headstrap. It's been nice having the built in headphones.

      • +1

        Yeah the are so much more comfortable and the headphones makes it sound way better.
        Just like how the original Oculus Rift CV1 is.

        I've only seen them a few times for about $200-250 + shipping but hard to find stock.

  • +2

    3D Printed files:
    Quest 2 Strap Back Support.
    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4624883

    You can print this flat with PLA, then put it in warm water and when it's soft, press it against the back of your head to shape it.

    Quest 2 Lens Protector
    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3653631

    First thing i printed because I didn't want to risk the lens getting scratched if someone that wear glasses wanted to use them

    Quest 2 Headband support
    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3664951

    Some have said this helped with the weight distribution.

    Quest 2 Elite head strap battery pack mount
    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4630781

    Gain extra 8-10hrs with a 10k battery pack.

    There's a lot more stuff to print like holders, pistol grips, saber holder, quest 2 stand or wall mount etc.. but I found the above the most useful prints before you start exploring too deep

  • +3

    For the battery holder, I now own a few of these and only use them to strap my portable battery to gain a good 8-10hrs of Quest 2 time and it also helps to counter weight.
    Personally it's worth the investment and attaching a small battery (recommend ankers) to it.

    https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1005002842210903.html

    Combo with this angled 90degrees usb a to C cable that's about 30cm long which is perfect length from the back to the charging port.
    Could have gotten one from Aliexpress but I was impatient this time.
    https://www.amazon.com.au/gp/product/B07MPZZNN3

  • +2

    In-Ear earbuds if you don't want to put an over ear headphones or use the stock speakers.
    These aren't bad, helps the immersion while playing a game without being distracted by outside surrounding noises.

    https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1005001798386159.html

    • +1

      Airpods or bluetooth earbuds are bit safer? I've tripped the wiring a few times using it plugged in for power i can see it may be an issie with boxing or other activity games

      • +1

        they are but there's delays in sound since Oculus Bluetooth don't have AptX.
        Some sounds don't sync properly.

      • +1

        The one i've posted actually goes up and loop through the front velcro strap so it just dangles enough to your ears. It doesn't drop to the ground.

        • +1

          ah i see, thanks for sharing will look into it

          • +1

            @lk0811: As for cable management, you should use a power bank to get more battery life and use Airlink/Virtual desktop if you need stream wirelessly off your PC.

            If you need to use a cable for the PC to get better latency like for example Beat Saber on Expert+++ then you can get these cable management retractable system.
            https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1005002958411251.html

            These were often used a lot prior to Airlink and Virtual Desktop.

            • +1

              @iamtezr: thanks for that, any recommendations for a cable that supports virtual desktop? will any usbc cable do or do we need a special one?

              • +2

                @lk0811: Invisible cable since Virtual Desktop is meant for Wirelessly gaming/streaming to your PC :)

                Reposting this in case someone has missed it in the buying Thread:

                "The Steam version is not designed for the Quest (to use it wirelessly)
                I'm pretty sure it works for the Quest when you use the Link cable and it becomes wired essentially a "rift".

                There's a lot of confusion with Virtual desktop versions. The Steam version allows 'wired' headset to access Virtual Desktop UI where you can control your desktop like RDP. It won't work with the Quest natively if you want to connect to it wirelessly.
                So you can connect the Quest via link cable and SteamVR will pick up the headset as a Rift, then you can access Virtual Desktop.
                To me it's pointless buying the Rift/Steam version because Oculus has it's own Virtual Desktop (RDP) when you connect via Link cable.
                The only thing you get from the Steam version is to be able to view your desktop on a Big Virtual Screen. It doesn't really improve the way you launch a VR Game since you need to use a link cable to attach to the PC for SteamVR to detect the headset. It'll be faster to connect the Link cable and directly launch a SteamVR game via Steam.

                The Quest version you install virtual desktop streamer app on your PC and virtual desktop app on your headset which allows you to run the apps/games wirelessly to your headset.
                A lot of people try purchasing the cheaper version which is the Rift/Steam version and connect it via the Quest wirelessly which won't work.

                TLDR; Buy the Quest Version if you want to use it for the Quest and be able to play VR Games wirelessly from your PC.
                Don't buy the Steam version which only gives you a giant Virtual Screen to browse your desktop."

                • +2

                  @iamtezr: If people are after a Link cable so they can tether to their PC because their wireless router is in another room and the signal is weak then I could recommend these 2 cables.

                  You need a USB-c cable does data transfer not just charging only. Some cheaper cables only does charging.

                  Ankers usb-c cable. One of the most popular link cable that Quest 2 users used to buy.
                  https://www.amazon.com.au/Anker-Charger-Powerline-Pull-Up-Re...

                  Then most people changed to these Kiwi ones because of the right angle connector.
                  https://www.amazon.com.au/KIWI-design-Transfer-Charging-Comp...

                  Both these cables gives you 1.9-2.3Gbps transfer rate when you do the test.
                  The official $129 link cable will give you about 2.7-2.8Gbps transfer rate.

                  The aftermarket cables are more than sufficient for you to run the games tethered to your PC.

                  Note: The supplied usb-c works as a charging cable and data cable but are notorious for not working after a few use. So don't be surprised if it stops working.

  • +3

    For those that are happy with the stock strap but just want a bit more comfort and don't have a 3D printer then you can buy this back support.
    https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1005002723646191.html

    I know the BoboVR M2 link has been posted above and it was the same seller i purchased mine from
    I purchased it without the box since I didn't need the box and extra fees for it anyway.
    https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1005002776515819.html

    I picked the Package/Type 10 that came in a safe bubble sleeve. Paid $33.50 AUD delivered after Tax.
    Look out for Aliexpress coupons and special day deals for cheaper price.

    If I could, I would buy the BoboVR M2 Pro with the magnetic battery pack that gives you extra battery life.
    https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1005002919821827.html

    It's like the Rebuff Reality - VRPOWER battery back but much much cheaper.

  • +3

    Tips about Cross Buy games and Family Sharing:

    Cross buy games are that you pay for either the PC version or the Quest version and will receive the other version free. Also look out on the Rift Section for daily deals as they tend to have more and better discounts. That way you're paying for the cheaper price and get both versions.
    https://www.oculus.com/experiences/quest/section/23357321831...

    Family sharing games are games owned by the Owner of the headset. Additional accounts that has been set up on the headset and play these games under the 'App sharing' drop down list on the top right corner of your apps window.
    https://casandchary.com/oculus-quest-app-sharing-list/

    Promo codes: Make sure you check your emails as Oculus tend to send out 10% off or 30% off coupon (generic but tied to your account) and will only be valid for like 5 days. OCULUS10/OCULUS30.

    I've been lucky and been constantly getting them every couple months with 30% off coupon for games. Other people I know only received it once. It's just random.

    • +1

      mate you need to collate your posts together and make a separate post to be stickied for all new oculus owners

  • Wondering whether games are slightly cheaper in other specific regions in the oculus store?

  • https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/670399

    Prescription lenses and adaptor for Quest.

  • Anyone had issues with referral code working?

    I bought my partner a quest with the recent deal. Sent her a referral, she clicked it and made email. Nothing showed up for either of our accounts, and on the website it was sort of inconsistent - saying no facebook friends/link facebook, but it showed her profile pic. Not sure exactly, but she may have used a different email to create an oculus account, than the one in her facebook profile.

    We did a factory reset and tried again on her other (work) facebook account (both have her real name). She said the $47 referral was applied. But now its out of battery, and it said 'device error, cooling fan not working properly, device may overheat' or something like that.

    • Worked fine for me. Need to be the same FB account when activating/setting up device as the one which applied the referral beforehand.

      To check status of referral:

      Log into your Oculus account on phone browser > open menu on top left > click on the dropdown arrow on the bottom of the menu > click on Referrals > should prompt you to Open with the Oculus App select that > now you should see your referrals and time left until you can redeem the referral credit.

      • Thanks. It says referral sent to her main account - the same one I sent it to and she signed up with. Had that profile pic. Says referral accepted for her 2nd account account which I sent later to retry. Weird. They're sending us postage label to send it back anyway due to the fan error. No multiplayer vr xmas :(

        • Ah ok so the second one went through fine by the sounds of it. I'm sorry, but I guess you'll just have to be content with playing with her instead on Christmas. All the best.

          • +1

            @dins: You want us to experience this couped up covid reality together, when there is a big wide virtual reality out there!

            Haha thanks for your help.

            • @JoeSchmogan: Hang in there champ. I shall keep you in my prayers! 🙏

  • I bought two VR's for the kids for Christmas - before I wrap them up , should I be setting them up so Christmas morning isn't hectic ? I understand theyhave to be connected to FB accounts, which they don't have so should I set these up for them as a start ?
    Then connect the VR's to them ?

    • +2

      Yes that would probably be for the best I would reckon. That way you can also test that everything is good and working properly. Also don't forget the $47 referral credit which according to T&C's might stop this year (requires FB account/s and device activation). Then you could also have some game/s purchased and loaded on there as well and fully charged ready to go! 🥳

  • Would like to get headphones for the kids that they can use when they game on VR, ipad/phone or PC.

    Whats a good sub $100 headphones with good sound, bonus points if they come in Pink or rainbow. :)

    • Not sure how they have managed it but the SQ on the headset is pretty good and immersive for mine. I guess if you really want to you could try some wireless Bluetooth earbuds. You should be able to buy a decent pair for a bit over $20.

  • +2

    This is now on sale
    https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1005001619417239.html

    There's a couple of different variations to get, one of which has a bigger cushion on the back, It's recommended to get that variant as that has better support.

    If you need a case, probably grab the BoboVR C2 case. It's big enough to fit Halo style headstraps. There are cheaper cases you can buy but many of them are low profile and you might not be able to squeeze a quest2 with a BoboVR or GOMVR headstrap already attached.

    Combine it with the $10 Cashback from Cashrewards.. Ends 2PM today

  • Any cricket players/fans out there you definitely need to try out iB cricket. It's under App Lab when you search for it and fairly pricey at a bit under $50 but great gameplay and tracking. Picks up the bat and bat face angles really well. They apparently have their own bat to slot in the controller for better gameplay but unfortunately can't find a place to purchase one. I've ordered those Beat Saber dual handles with the extention piece hopefully that works fine.

    • Have you tried any other VR cricket games? IB looks good but the price is stopping me atm.

      • There is another one called Cover Drive Cricket for $19 and they have a demo version as well to try out for free (both under App Lab) which is decent.

        However iB Cricket is easily the best on there for mine. A bit pricey but well worth it imho if you're a cricket player/fan. Pretty much has everything and all of it works really well. Plenty of replay value for years to come.

        Only thing is that you'll need a bit of room to move around but be careful tho they've added a stumping update so charging spinners has become a lot tougher haha.

        • Have you played Eleven Table Tennis? How does it compare to that for immersion/realism/tracking?

          I didnt believe the hype, until I kept hearing it and was convinced. It really does feel very close to real life table tennis, especially now I 3d printed a controller adapter. My fav game on VR.

          • @JoeSchmogan: Yeah Eleven Table Tennis another must have for any sports nut great game. I'm more into my cricket tho haha so iB cricket probably my top pick. Immersion, tracking, gameplay, realism (aside from somewhat cartoony graphics) all really well done and spot on. The commentary is bland but that's about it. Overall brilliant definitely a must own for any cricket player/fan.

            • @dins: Also thought I mention that when it comes to gameplay pads are ignored. So that and commentary probably the only things lacking. It would be awesome if down the track they could somehow introduce the front pad with the second controller.

          • @JoeSchmogan: Adding to that probably my top five games thus far are probably

            iB Cricket
            Eleven Table Tennis
            Beat Saber
            Walkabout Mini Golf
            The Thrill of the Fight

  • How on earth do you automatically purchase FREE DLC's

    I had to manually click every single one for some of the games in the app..

    Pretty annoying as some of them are just free for a limited time and if you dont manually find them and scroll sometimes 5-10 pages you miss out.

    For example player 22 - just had to do this.

    Any suggestions or am i missing something obvious??

    • I would imagine forcing you to look at other (paid) offers and check daily so you dont miss out is part of the price.

      • Okay I guess on steam it's a bit more obvious. (All on one page or highlighted when sale or free).

        I'll take a look in the quest 2 instead of the app. Maybe it's better there

        • I have no idea, I'm not willing to do it so I just miss out.

  • +1

    For those who opted for the BoboVR M2 or M2 Pro strap and looking for the case, this is similar to the C2 case, lower priced and in black. It is also moulded to fit the M2. Arrived today today. Happy with it.

    https://a.aliexpress.com/_mPIV8ZQ

    https://imgur.com/gallery/GP2PFBA

    • +1

      What are the difference between a and b model?

      • +1

        A is for the BoboVR. B is for another head strap that appears similar in size: GOMVR

  • +8

    Fanatical currently has a Quest 2 games bundle. 8 games for $23.19AUD

    https://www.fanatical.com/en/bundle/fanatical-quest-vr-bundl...

    Pretty good deal for those wanting some more games

    • +6

      Good enough for its own post I reckon - rare to see ones that redeem on Quest

      GGDEALS5 coupon takes another 5% off in fanatical.

      • +4

        looks like you've created one. good work :)
        Didn't want people to miss out.

  • +1

    For those unaware, there are mods that allow you to play some solid games in VR
    Half life 1
    Doom 1,2 and all the old doom engine games like Quake, Heretic etc
    Doom 3
    Return To Castle Wolfenstein
    Alien Isolation
    GTA5
    Dying Light

    And DolphinVR gamecube/wii emulator. Think theres a PS2 one. Probably more things I'm unaware of

  • So, my kids have not had much of a break off the Oculus since Christmas and all the adults who have been around have played thought it was soo great too. We are all very impressed.
    So what is everyones best games so far ?

    • +1

      Super Hot VR!

  • +1

    Found a new head strap that looks good, ordered and should arrive monday. Will update with how it is once I have tried it for a bit :)

    https://www.amazon.com.au/gp/product/B09M82BGTV/ref=ppx_yo_d...

    • +2

      update: is really good, maybe better than bobovr m2… basically the same really but the middle support is better =)

      • What is currently considered as the best head strap?

        • +1

          Ooo thought you were asking something else for a moment.

          The best game for my head I found was beat Saber. Felt good

          In terms of strap I got the upgraded kiwi strap and very happy with it but note the kiwi website prices are in USD. Can also get it on Amazon I think

          • @AussieMark: I like the kiwi especially the padded top strap. Tbh I’ve liked all my halo style straps. I’ll probably grab the bobovr pro because of the integrated battery, I have a third party attachment to attach my own battery but I like the ones that fit in with the strap itself but that’s just a convenience thing

  • +2

    Use sideloader to set the quest 2 to 90hz if you purchased zero calibur reloaded as part of the fanatical deal.

    With the default 72hz, the game causes me motion sickness and almost made me hurl (only game to do so)

    Someone recommended it on Reddit and it fixes the issue.

  • So a replacement oculus elite strap plus battery is on its way as mine died (won't charge or supply power via its USB port to the headset or any device)

    Bonus - when it died it was connected to the headset and killed the data lines of the headsets USB port (device descriptor failed not detected by any programs on multiple PC's) so now I need to wait for a restock of the 128gb model from Amazon to do a replacement.

  • +1

    Word of advice don't switch off quest 2 while mid download….

    Started downloading time crisis 2 (crisis vrigade 2) and powered off. Now been stuck on download for 4 days…need to setup sideload and find a way to delete it or factory reset

    • Factory reset should be possible if you have the android app and the quest powers on okay. Sideloader should give you ability to browse local files on the headset.

      Thanks for the tips. Wish a factory reset would fix my issue.

      • +1

        thanks i managed to find the reddit trick using side quest and deleting one of the files using sidequest.

        noticed it didnt work on my mobile phone had to use sideload deskstop

        "A lot of people seem to be having this problem recently. If you have SideQuest, go to the installed apps, turn on "Show all," find and select "com.oculus.ocms," and choose "Clear app data.""

  • Anyone can tell me step by step how to play a demo (just any) from steam (windows laptop) with my quest 2, connected via cable.

    I have steam account, already downloaded steam and stream vr client. Thanks. A steam noob here..
    I searched for vr demo but all are for rift, how do I know which can work for quest 2 without downloading first?.

    • Could be wrong but I read rift games can be played on quest 2 as long as there is a PC connected

  • ok i suspected due to software update, i have bricked my quest 2 (i turned on join beta update thingie from ocu windows software).
    screen goes black. factory reset cant help
    found the temporary fix from youtube: to cover the proximity sensor (between the lenses) by sticky tape.

    anyone else has this issue and what was the solution ?

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