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How to Cast Oculus Quest Games to your TV or Mobile Display

by Jeniffer Leio Excutive

Without a doubt, playing games on VR is a realistic experience. But, sometimes you may also want to show your gaming to your friend or someone from your family. But how? At a given time, only one person can see what is happening inside the VR. Thankfully, with your Oculus Quest, you’ve also got the ability to share your experience on a big screen through streaming over Wi-Fi or the internet. If you want others to view that you’re viewing on our Oculus Quest screen, then you’ve to cast it to your TV or mobile display. Oculus Quest officially allows you to cast your screen to several compatible devices, such as Apple TV, Chromecast connected TVs, and Smartphones. However, the casting is still in beta so you may encounter some issues and glitches sometime.

How to Cast Oculus Quest Games to your TV or Mobile Display

Casting your Oculus Quest screen to an iOS/Android smartphone or tablet

The technique for casting to a mobile device is almost the same as in Oculus Go. Also, there is nothing different in casting to a Chromecast connected TV, except the display size. If you’ve cast to any of these devices earlier, then you’re not going to face any trouble. Don’t worry if you have never done it earlier. Here you’ll get the instructions from beginning to end.

Prior to start check the following requirements:

·      Both Oculus Quest 64GB and 128GB support casting

·      Your mobile operating should be Android or iOS

·      Oculus App for Android or iOS should be installed. You can visit your device application store to download the app.

·      And, a Wi-Fi network

 Steps to cast:

1.   First, connect your VR headset and the phone you’re using to the same Wi-Fi network.

2.   Start your Oculus Quest VR.

3.   After it turns on, go to the ‘Sharing’ tab from the Oculus home screen.

4.   Now, select ‘Casting’ from the left-hand side options. Your VR headset is ready to connect to your mobile phone.

5.   Take your smartphone or tablet and open the ‘Oculus App.’

6.   Next, select the ‘Cast’ option from the upper right corner of the app’s main screen.

7.   On the next screen, you’ll see nearby devices found by your phone, select your ‘Oculus Quest.’

8.   In the Cast To menu, choose ‘This Phone.’

9.   And select ‘Start.’

Now, hold your device you’ve casted to and enjoy sharing your gaming.

 Casting your Oculus Quest screen to a Chromecast connected TV

You can use any TV that can connect with Chromecast. Almost all newer versions of SmartTVs support Chromecast. If you want to share your experience on a big screen with families or a group of friends, then casting to a TV is the best way.

Note: Casting to Chromecast is still running on beta. Therefore you may face some stability and quality issues.

Prior to start check the following requirements:

·      Oculus Quest 64GB or 128GB

·      Android or iOS device with Oculus app installed

·      TV or Display with HDMI support

·      Google Chromecast 3rd Gen, or Ultra. If you’ve Google Chromecast other than this, then you can also try it.

·      And, a Wi-Fi network

 Steps to cast:

1.   Connect your Chromecast to the TV with an HDMI port. And set the TV input to the HDMI port you’ve connected the Chromecast to.

2.   Connect the entire three devices, your Oculus Quest, phone, and Chromecast to the same Wi-Fi network.

3.   Start your Oculus Quest VR.

4.   Go to the ‘Sharing’ tab from the Oculus home screen.

5.   Now, select ‘Casting’ from the left-hand side options.

6.   Take your phone and open the ‘Oculus App.’

7.   Select ‘Cast’ option from the upper right corner of the app’s main screen.

8.   Select your ‘Oculus Quest’ from the founded devices.

9.   In the Cast To menu, choose ‘This Phone.’

10.   And select ‘Start.’

Now, watch and show your Oculus Quest gameplay to your friends or family on your TV.

Tips: If you’ve an Apple TV and want to cast your Oculus Quest games to it, then these instructions will also work on it. After completing the above steps in your iPhone, select ‘Screen Mirroring’ from the Control Center, and then choose your ‘Apple TV.’

Aurora is an engineer by day and writer by night. Previously, Aurora worked as a certified technicians for a tech hardware startup. In her free time, she likes to write about printers, routers, web browsers, and other technical stuff. She majorly writes for hp printer support, brother, lexmark printer etc.

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