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Oculus forgot that it is the default OpenXR Runtime

Zodiaknight
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Hay, I searches a lot but I dont find a solution for my problem. The problem is, that my Oculus app forgot during playing a game, that Oculus is the default OpenXR. 

The flow of the problem is this: I turn on my Meta Quest 3 and connect with my Computer via Link Cable. Then I look inside my Oculus desktop app and make sure, that Oculus is the default OpenXR runtime. Then I start a game and play a bit. Then earlier or later but completly random the game starts to shake. When I press the meta button on my controller to open the quest menu, it shakes a lot more! then i force to shut down the connection to my computer and then I see in the Oculus desktop app, that Oculus is not anymore the default OpenXR!? How is that possible? Is it mabye because steam or virtual desktop run in the background?

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I tried the days to turn off VD and SteamVR and the OpenXR stays Oculus. But the game still shake after a random time or when i press the meta button. I tested more things out and I came to the conclusion, that the game itself was a part of the problem too. I played Asgard's Wrath 1 and everytime the game saved, it laggs a bit and after that everything shakes. I just set the settings from the game lower and now i dont have any problems with the shaking after saving or pressing the meta button. it was a long journey to find that out. Now I'm smarter and something like that won't happen to me again.

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Loki__VR
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It is very possible, as VD and SteamVR both have their own OpenXR runtime. If SteamVR is not running but Steam is, it shouldn't cause an issue. But it is not recommended to have both Quest Link and Virtual Desktop running at the same time.

I tried the days to turn off VD and SteamVR and the OpenXR stays Oculus. But the game still shake after a random time or when i press the meta button. I tested more things out and I came to the conclusion, that the game itself was a part of the problem too. I played Asgard's Wrath 1 and everytime the game saved, it laggs a bit and after that everything shakes. I just set the settings from the game lower and now i dont have any problems with the shaking after saving or pressing the meta button. it was a long journey to find that out. Now I'm smarter and something like that won't happen to me again.