Allow us to rename the Oculus headsets within the Oculus app. I have 3 headsets under my profile that are only listed by their serial numbers. It would be nice if I could rename them "wife's" or "son's" headset or just anything to distinguish them from each other
There needs to be a way to remove uninstalled games from my library. I own the actual BeatSaber game and will never need the demo (among many others). It's odd that your stuck with every game/app you've ever used being listed in your library.
The headset should remember the last filter setting for your game library. If it remembered that I only want to see "Installed" games rather than defaulting back to "All" everytime I turn on the headset, it would make the problem listed above less relevant.
Perhaps it's just a problem for me, but I can't seem to force a casting session from the Oculus app, even though I've given permission for it. I need to keep using the share button within the headset. I use these headsets with patients so it would make life a lot easier if I could port in from my phone without walking them through the process of sharing the screen to the app.
A couple of the headsets I use in a setting that doesn't have WiFi. When off of WiFi, the headsets only load a fraction of the pictures of the games. So the console is a mix of gray boxes interspersed with games whose picture actually loaded. I'm not sure why some of them remain while others don't? Is there any way to force it to cache the pictures so they always show up when offline?
More of a personal problem, but the two headsets that I use in an offline environment randomly log themselves out of my account and remove access to my installed games. Not use if its a security setting for the software, but it's a bit of a pain to have to continually relogin all the time.
Can there be an option to create children's profiles? It would be nice if I could just check box all the games I deem appropriate for them and that's all they see. This is necessary for those of with children younger than the age of 13 and are too young to have Facebook profiles. As mentioned before, I also use a couple of the headsets with patients and while I might want them to enjoy the games, I don't want them to have access to my friends list.
In an offline environment, would be much appreciated if we could stream to the app or a TV via Bluetooth. I imagine this would eat up the battery, but it would still be nice to have the option.