I will update current post, due to contacting support
Advices from support for fixing issue with drifting:
1. Unpair and Pair controller (Required video which are OK, I used casting feature for recording video with issue)
- I tried that before and never ever helped me, but if ou get better result just reply on this thread
2. Take battery our for atleast 30 seconds
- Well sometimes it helped a little bit and sometimes make thing worse... but probably did not helped
3. Increase dead zone in controller calibration
- This one could actually help you if you have just slight issue with drifting
4. Factory Reset
- I really don't understand how this could help fix issue with controller, couldn't they just advice vr reset? why factory reset...
- I try it in the name of science and it does nothing, same issue as before
- well I still have same issue as before, but I will try WD40, you could try IPA it helped me sometimes but never fix issue permamently
- I Don't recommend purchasing Oculus Quest 2 if you don't have support in your country, you will not be able to purchase a new replacement/accessories and you will be stuck with Amazon/Ebay scalpers (170 $ + Delivery $$$ - New left controller, just for comparing with Full VR Set 300 $ - 500 $ Depend on storage capacity, So in my case it would be just cheaper to buy new VR Oculus Quest 2 set rather than purchasing left controller 170 + 60 = 230 $ for one controller which are almost half of price 256 GB oculus quest 2)
- Country list - https://store.facebook.com/help/orders-and-returns/articles/quest-2-supported-countries/
Germany also won't work since they also don't support the Q2 here. That's a pity. WD40 will not work, since the stick is in a little plastic case so no fluid will be able to get to the contacts. For you there are three options:
-find someone on the web (Austria maybe) who is ordering for you.
-Replace the complete device where you have ordered it.
-Try to fix it by deassembling and cleaning the contacts or replace it with third party sticks