I don't have a Facebook account or a Quest 2 but a friend of mine does
and his experience today has cemented my decision into not buying a
Quest 2 or making the required Facebook account, He just got banned from
Facebook, The reason ? Was it making t...
I'm really tempted to get a Quest 2 and link cable for my PC but was
wondering, Do you need a smartphone like you did with Quest 1 or can you
go through your existing Oculus account with the link cable ? I only ask
as I do not own a smartphone and ha...
So I got a Rift S, Works great, Aesthetics look a little cheap I won't
lie, 2 things that would be great in a full on Rift CV2 after also
having tried the Index, Wider FoV and actual built in headphones.
I know the Rift S just came out, I got mine a few days ago and at least
to me it's a huge upgrade from the CV1 visually, But as it's only
roughly a 50% increase in res, Will we ever see a full on proper Rift
2.0 that has a res of 2880x1700+ with 100+...
So I've had a chance to try the Rift S today and visually it's a huge
upgrade over the CV1, But the sound is terrible, Like something you'd
get from a cheap dollar/pound store, I've never heard something so cheap
and nasty in my life.What was the tho...
@TomCgcmfc wrote:Multiple FB accounts is probably what did this. Pretty
silly that most do not take the time to understand FB rules and then
just complain later. In any case, I think your best bet is to work with
Oculus Support to see if they can hel...
@nalex66 wrote:I doubt that picture had anything to do with his ban.
"Violating community standards" is the catch-all reason that is always
given for bans, even for people who have never posted anything. Tell him
to open a ticket with Oculus support,...
@nalex66 wrote:I didn’t have a Facebook account until the requirement
was introduced for friends/social features. I don’t use Facebook at
all—I locked down my privacy settings, I didn’t add any friends except
for my wife, I used my forum avatar for m...
@kojack wrote:@Dicehunter wrote:Quite risky as at any time it can turn
into an expensive paper weight what with the hardware ID being tied to
the Facebook account.The hardware isn't tied to a Facebook account, it's
just logged in to one to work. You ...
@nalex66 wrote:You can use your old Oculus account for any other Oculus
device, but for a Quest 2 you must have a Facebook account. If you want
the benefit of cross-buy (to get the Quest versions of any Rift games
you own which support cross-buy), yo...