What started it was YouTube app pausing video every 5-10 seconds. Which it will do under certain conditions of other heavy app use. After some investigative work noticed Oculus Home app was constantly dropping off the Battery Usage app list and refreshing. It appears it's closing and restarting.
Even on a charger was losing 1% batt every 30 seconds. Had to finally uninstall the entire app package
Maybe I'll try again down the line after more updates but maybe not. Huge waste of my time because of shoddy QA.
I issue should be resolved now. You just need to uninstall Oculus Home first, and then Oculus Rooms (in that order) and then re-dock your phone. After you do that, it should download the latest working update. Thanks.
Not sorted with me. I found this thread, and uninstalled the main app. I still kept getting "com.oculus.rooms is scanned. No threats detected" from my kaspersky AV. My battery level had plummeted today after the update. Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. So I went into application manager and uninstalled everything oculus apart from Oculus 360 Photos. I then connected it to the VR, got the link, disconnected it, downloaded the software, and signed in. Then as I'm looking at the library I keep getting "com.oculus.rooms is scanned. No threats detected" appearing on the screen and every couple of minutes thereafter. I'm going to have to unistall it all until you get a proper fix sorted. Thank you.
This issue is more serious then I first thought. My phone is getting really hot. Google play apps is struggling to update because oculus home is occupying the process. This on a Galaxy S7 Edge. On my girlfriends S6 Edge the phone gets so hot that it shuts down because of this issue.
Hope a fix is coming soon. No autoupdade received here.