| submitted by /u/EruVR
I have had a Rift S for over a year now and thought i would upgrade to the quest 2, I have an rx5700 gpu and no usb c ports on my pc, i plan to use the quest 2 wirelessly for the most part but would like the option to use a link cable, i am not sure what kind of adaptor i would need? Is it an adaptor for my gpu that i need or a standard usb 3 port adapter?
I just purchased my oculus this morning, after the use tutorial and connecting to wifi, it went into update mode. However it has been like this for hours and is still at 0% and I am frankly getting pissed off. I have it plugged in and I am worried that the oculus itself is broken. Any advice or help???
I bought A rift s secondhand from someone online, It works perfectly other than constant technical problems, every time i restart my pc or unplug it, i have to go through a grueling process of unpluggins usbs and displayport and plugging them back in until Oculus decides to finally recognize them! I finally get it working today and then I just get an infinite 3 dots forever…. Like is this really how the rift s is? seems tons of people have the same problems yet I haven't found an official 100% solution. So can someone please just chime me in? is the Rift S software just horrible?
So I’m trading a quest 2 with some games already on it for my old xbox one than I haven’t played really since like 2019 or so besides TWDG s4, and while the games on the quest aren’t really my priority (I want it for VRchat mainly) it would still be nice to have them.
So, are the games going to still be there when I sign in or will there be a way to get the games transferred to a new account if not?
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