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Hi, as described in the FAQ and in QGO itself :

What is the Test-In-Game button (Premium Extension) ?

It is a button you can use when you are playing game to apply new preset without quitting the game. It avoids you to quitting the game, then starting QGO then editing the game then restarting the game.

Keep in mind you can't change the resolution on the go/when you are playing. Resolution must be applied before game launch


So, yes, some things happens, CPU, GPU, FRR etc, are applied but not resolution ;-) Resolution can only be changed before the game start.

You can see the changes via the OVR Metrics Tool overlay ;-)

The button is here :

Super, feel free to give me your profile :)

So, I renamed this game remotely, you can now hit the menu/reload app button and Masters of Light should be here with the good name

Okay thanks, when you start the game, is it the game Masters if lights ?

Hi, could you give me the package name of this game please. The game should exist on your lib but with a wrong name because sometimes developers don't give a proper name to their games

Hi, what you could do is the Android file manager from QGO and be sure the option in QGO general settings mentioning open 2D apps in their own windows is disabled, so that Android settings will have the same size as QGO

Yep I sometimes use GPT 3.5. Long time ago people helped me to translate but as I often update the app, these persons are not available anymore so google translate (yes I meant "translation", "traduction" is for french) and GPT are my friends for this app. I can't hire people for all the languages nor on every updates. I often change so many strings. I appreciate your help. You can join me on discord, reddit and messenger/facebook or by email at questgamesoptimizer@gmail.com

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I'm surprised about what you say. You're the first to tell me that. There is a typo on side by side but ror the rest, you could point me the other typos in order I update the app ? I'm french and the app is translated in 7 languages so typo are possible but trust me I do my best and have to translate all the texts with google traduction etc. You should take that into account and could help me to fix these typo you can see here and here to make it better 👍

Hi, I answered you on Facebook group ;-)

If he wants its own profiles, games categories etc, he needs its own license. And yep QGO only work on primary/admin account ;-)

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Keep me informed. Is auto detect feature enabled in your QGO general settings ? Do you have a profile for the home ?

Just remove your headset and it will go to sleep mode after few seconds, or turn the screen off will go to sleep mode.

My Quest Pro sleep since more than one week and QGO is installed. Almost same thing for my Q2. I can't tell you how long a Q3 can stay in sleep mode, I use it everyday.

The QGO app don't use battery by itself.

What drain your battery is Meta background stuff, the auto update Meta feature, the metrics your headset send to Meta etc... You have an option that you can uncheck. This allows you headset to wake up by itself to download game updates or Meta updates or do some Meta stuff.

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Hello, QGO don't use battery when the headset is in sleep mode. Anyway, even with the auto detect feature enabled, QGO have no impact on the battery. Battery could drain faster depending on profiles applied, but don't depend on the app itself. And you could use QGO battery saving profiles to save more battery ;-)

Hi, 

If I understand you ask if Q3 is capable of 60Hz ?

The Quest 3 is not capable of 60Hz. Only 72 to 120Hz when the Q2 is capable of 60Hz to 120Hz.

What do you mean by after the patch of the Quest 3 ?

Hi, I also contacted Itch.io support to proceed to a refund. Now we have to be patient 👍

Holly shit ! What a gift !!!! 🎉🎊🥰

Don't panic, please contact Itch.io support. I can't do anything myself, you must contact the plateform. I'm not at home, but please contact Itch support ASAP

Hi, there was during Halloween sale ;-)

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Hi there your simply are faceing the Meta bug from v62, v63 and v64. Meta fixed the issue in v65 🤘👌


Anyway here are the explanations https://anagan79.itch.io/quest-games-optimizer/devlog/668007/known-issues-bugs

Hi, don't panic, just go in QGO general settings and toggle ON the option to show hidden games ;-)

Done, you can retry now ;-)

Hi, I din't understand everyting, but I guess you just have the bug of the v62/63/64 and must use the meta button to make the promot then QGO appears. Meta fixed that on v65 PTC. So you must use the button until you get the v65.

And you must accept the prompt only once per device reboot.

What do you see on the top left corner of sidequest when your headset is plugged ? Could you show me ? You should try another USB cable and be sure its an OTG cable.


I asked yyou for the developer mode because ome people imagine this is the developers options in the headset and didn't check their smartphone app.

Anyway you have plenty other solutions to enable ADB here : https://anagan79.itch.io/quest-games-optimizer/devlog/360229/enabled-adb-wifi-vi...

Hi, I understand what you mean but here is my answer :

- motion sickness is in majority due to virtual locomotion, and virtual world apprehension, not only because of frame rate. Yes a higher frame rate can help in some dynamic games, but dynamic games are not really recommended for beginners. Anyway, today and by default, 90-95% of the games run at 72hz which is still the basis refresh rate even on very popular games. More and more developers tends to implement 90Hz but almost only on Quest 3. But beginners also play on Q2 for example. So if the motion sickness was very impacted by refresh rate, you could imagine that meta would have forbidden 90% of the games.

- each games are different, that is why I can spend hours and days to optimize one game. And even many low quality or low res or low poly games can't handle 120fps because it is too heavy to handle by the Quest 3. So, with a "Enable 120Hz mode for beginner" button, it will not be a magic solution and instead of having smoothness games you will end up with laggy games and that will be a very bad idea and experience for beginners. If a game run at 120Hz but the headset is not capable to render 120 images per seconds, even with boosted CPU and GPU, you will end up with lags. So, this is a good idea but it's not feasible unfortunately.

I hope you are okay with that :-)

Hi, could we write in english ? :-)

For the moment, nobody reported me problems on v65 and I don't have problems myself on my 3 devices.

When you says : ADB is yellow, you mean, you see the bolt icon ? If you see the bolt icon this means you see ADB green icon, this means all is fine.

But if you see ADB red and the red banner, this means ADB is disabled. A fix is to enable ADB wifi via sidequest like when installing QGO.


But in your case, you reinstalled the app and if you don't see the debug prompts, this is because ADB wifi is not set. Yous must click on sidequest to enable ADB wifi like in my video.

Also, check if the dev mode is enable in your mobile app. Some users lost developer mode in v64 because of Meta update.

Hi, I understand what you mean but here is my answer :

- motion sickness is in majority due to virtual locomotion, and virtual world apprehension, not only because of frame rate. Yes a higher frame rate can help in some dynamic games, but dynamic games are not really recommended for beginners. Anyway, today and by default, 90-95% of the games run at 72hz which is still the basis refresh rate even on very popular games. More and more developers tends to implement 90Hz but almost only on Quest 3. But beginners also play on Q2 for example. So if the motion sickness was very impacted by refresh rate, you could imagine that meta would have forbidden 90% of the games.

- each games are different, that is why I can spend hours and days to optimize one game. And even many low quality or low res or low poly games can't handle 120fps because it is too heavy to handle by the Quest 3. So, with a "Enable 120Hz mode for beginner" button, it will not be a magic solution and instead of having smoothness games you will end up with laggy games and that will be a very bad idea and experience for beginners. If a game run at 120Hz but the headset is not capable to render 120 images per seconds, even with boosted CPU and GPU, you will end up with lags.

So, this is a good idea but it's not feasible unfortunately.


I hope you are okay with that :-)

I think you missed to accept the debug prompt in your headset.

Anyway if this method don't work, you can perform installation with sidequest or meta quest developer hub as I show in my official video

this is amazing on Q3 because Q3 is blurry by default and have poor rendering resolution

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Hi, thank you ! 🤘

2 solutions 😉

- You can purchase another QGO license to support me 😜

- Or don't pay again and just use your QGO account on your new device 😉. 1 QGO license = 1 user. So, you can have a Q2 and Q3 and use the QGO license you already bought 👍



Anyway if you love the app, don't forget to rate it 🙃

Sure, it will work as on v63

This is one of my secrets :-)

Why not using QuestGamesOptimizer ? ;-)

Thanks for the explanation, it's possible you're right.

Hi, QGO can't be in the home pinned in the universal menu. You can't do that with an app that is not from the official store. But since the v62 or v63, QGO icon sometimes appears in this universal menu as a recently launched app. This is nice of Meta doing that :-).

Concerning the QGO shortcut feature. What did you put in the shortcut text field ?

Hi,

Did you accepted the 4 debug prompt like in my video by clicking ALWAYS ALLOW ON THIS NETWORK/COMPUTER. You must not click on the simple ALLOW button.

If yes and if you only lost ADB, you should plug your Quest to the PC and enable ADB Wifi via sidequest again, this should do the trick ;-) It is explained in the red banner you should get.

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Hi, QGO can't alter height nor controller calibration, it only change the refresh rate, cpu level, gpu level, ffr level , etc..., and all the modification QGO do are reset to default when shuting down/rebooting the device. So you risk nothing 😉

Nobody reported this issue since QGO was born and don't have the problem myself on my 3 headsets.

Anyway did you try to reboot the Quest ? Did you try to redo your guardian virtual boundary, did you try to clean your guardian virtual boundary and redo your guardian ? Did you try to reboot your controllers ? Are you playing in a dark room ?

All these things could help.

And yes this v64 have some problem but I don't have this one.


EDIT : you can also try to disable Lying down feature

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what do you mean ? You only need to buy QGO. To install the app, check the installation page

SBS = Side By Side (both eyes). This is the video record section on the Meta Quest Developer Hub : https://developer.oculus.com/downloads/package/oculus-developer-hub-win/

They clearly mention that in some case you can't get audio/(mic) to work.

😜

When you purchase QGO, it is a life time purchase guy ;-)
Please refer to the FAQ to retrieve your apk ;-)

:-)

Glad to read that on your side, but the fact is that recording for example in Side by side is complicated. Sometimes it works, sometimes not... It is the same with the Meta quest developer hub. Did you try on SBS ?