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I like to use any strap that puts all the pressure on your skull (forehead around to back of head) so that the headset is just floating in front of me. Then I take off the facial interface foam entirely and play in a pitch black room with floor fans and IR illuminators in the room to keep tracking going. Two of this illuminator is more than enough for a 16x22 ft room. And the best part is I literally never get sweaty at all, even in vigorous games.
Example IR Illuminator
Whats a good knockoff one to buy that should work well enough just to transfer/load games onto the quest 2? Was looking at this one But after ur comment im not sure it would be good enough. Not looking to spend more than 20 bucks for one hopefully, Thanks!
Plenty of things don't work with a VPN without changing a bunch of things. I had nothing but problems the short time I used a VPN, and I used some of the more popular ones PIA, Mullvad, Proton. I don't know how a cell phone works either but we all use them and I know it's either rclone or gdrive that doesn't like VPNs. I'm not a coder but I'm closely involved enough with the creator of Loader to know it wasn't purposeful. You could always ask him.
N2m as I said it's a Rookies fork, Rookies is completely open source and has the same issue with VPNs. It would be very simple to fight your superstition/paranoia/suspicion whatever you want to call it with cold hard facts and get the answer you're looking for.
What does a VPN do besides protect an IP and location spoofing? That's literally all their even marketed to do online and all people use them for as far as I know. It remains a fact that uploading is the only thing you can get in trouble for with your ISP and that rclone and Loader is 100% direct download through rclone and gdrives.
Whatever you are worried about I can assure you me and the other founders of FFA couldn't care less about it. We started this as an alternative to VRP to do things our way and make a better more user friendly sideloader to help everyone get quest games and pcvr for free. We have done our best to make it easy for anyone to just install our program and successfully install quest games without any knowledge or even computer skills.
Whatever, find it suspicious, there's always someone that believes a monster is under the bed. Sometimes it's just a dust bunny bro.
Edit: I just did a quick Google and found out it's LIKELY because we used encrypted rclone remotes to protect the links/urls/quota of our drive and stop them from being reported for piracy and nuked like they have in the past. Switch to an unencrypted rclone config and likely you can use your VPN and kill your speed to feel safer.
Well of course, only a good VPN that costs money actually protects your IP at all but any company that costs money markets themselves. VPNs are a frequent internet ad but where do these ads never fail to show up? On torrent sites.
Plenty of people use VPN for privacy reasons which is silly because it just sends the info from your ISP to your VPN instead but besides location spoofing and p2p there's little reason to use a VPN. I mean there's some rare cases sure but DDL isn't one of them. You will never get a love letter from your ISP for anything DDL - only torrenting - since it involves uploading of the pirated content not just downloading.
I never even used to use a VPN and I torrented for 17 years before getting my first love letter from trying to torrent 3D movies last year. Before I even finished downloading them I got almost 20 notices from my ISP. Played around with VPNs a bit before I realized how bad they were, bought year subscriptions to PIA, Proton, and Mullvad....maybe more those are just the ones I remember... All worked well to hide my IP but all absolutely killed my download speed no matter what I did. I pay alot for 1.2gbps I'm not gonna pay extra for a VPN and lose half my speed...
Finally found a debrid service and went all DDL and never looked back. Gave all my VPNs away to people in countries that needed the location spoofing to use their quests. I get my full speed plus bonuses and I can still torrent, get premium accounts (or the equivalent) at about 70 upload sites (to download only not upload) and 1100 streaming sites. The best part is I went from paying $12 a month for mullvad to $3ish a month for alldebrid. And since alldebrid links are encrypted and turns torrents and magnets to DDL no VPN is needed. If I need a location spoof I just download a free chrome extension....
But anyways my main point stands - DDL doesn't require a VPN and that's basically any nontorrent download.
Replace your old exe with this: https://gofile.io/d/cG9U9c
Nobody from stackoverflow helped me to figure out some bug so this progressbar is very innacurate but I guess it's better than nothing
I had the same issue and I may be mis-remembering here, but I think to fix this you need to download rclone (https://rclone.org/downloads/), unzip, then drag-and-drop the rclone file into your Sidenoder folder (HDD/Users/<username>/sidenoder/ - overwrite the original).
As already said though, you're better off using @Loader on PC anyway...sidenoder isn't great tbh.
I was going to suggest Plex also. To add to u/DeliciousMeatPop you don't even need Skybox, use the default Quest browser or install the Firefox VR one and log into Plex.tv through it after the PC side is setup. Completely free.
This. You can go from 2 hours of battery to 8-10 hours. This was the setup I got
I found them here: https://ghostbin.com/paste/F9iuL
I know they disable telemetry, but I think they also disable the ability to see if your contact is online or not. Or when I get an invite to a party in Oculus, I have no notification about it.
Perhaps we should battle it out in beatsaber?
If you were to install beattogether mod and if you had the pack I uploaded here https://uloz.to/file/f6C8IfGnHtTa/beatsaberlevels-zip then we could. Only 5 characters away
Bugjaeger is still am excellent tool. A video about how to use it would be awesome.
I used it a bit in the past. It's a handy and powerful tool. However, the new sidequest app is built specifically with the Quest and Quest 2 on mind. Anyone know how it plays with the Oculus Go?
Like a link to the one I have? https://www.amazon.com/Anker-Powerline-Pull-up-Resistor-MacBook/dp/B01MZIPYPY/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=anker+3m+link+cable&qid=1611421391&sr=8-2 I am quite certain that it is this one.
This one: Oculus Link Cable, Dethinton, USB to USB-C Cable, High Speed Data Transfer and Fast Charging Compatible with Oculus Quest Headset and Gaming PC: Amazon.de: Business, Industry & Science