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Oculus package removes itself and disables "Virtual Reality Supported"

Discussion in 'AR/VR (XR) Discussion' started by MarkusEON, Jul 11, 2019.

  1. MarkusEON

    MarkusEON

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    Hello.

    I'm working on a VR project for the Oculus Quest.
    I have a problem where the "Oculus (Android)" package from the package manager removes itself, which causes the "Virtual Reality Supported" checkbox to be un-ticked. What can cause something like this? It is extremely frustrating.
    If I enable it, it resets itself after a few seconds. If I don't touch anything in the scene or change any settings, I get enough time to do a build, so I can technically work around it. But if I forget, I spend valuable minutes building an APK that will not work.

    I'm using Unity 2018.4.1f1. Oculus package 1.36.0 (same issue with 1.29.1). I'm using VRTK 3.3.0, and Oculus Integration 1.38 from the Asset Store. Other plugins I use: DOTween, JsonDotNet, Modern UI Pack and Odin Inspector. I don't know if any of these plugins could cause such behaviour. I know VRTK has some scripts to automatically enable VR-related settings, but I haven't found anything that causes VR to get turned off like this.

     
    Last edited: Jul 11, 2019
  2. MarkusEON

    MarkusEON

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    This gif is from a fresh project in Unity 2018.4.3f1, with nothing added except for VRTK 3.3.0 and Oculus Integration 1.38. Here the "Oculus (Android)" package does not remove itself, but VR support is impossible to turn on.
     

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  3. vicman4

    vicman4

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    Hello, this is happening to me too. Impossible to check "VR Supported" on Android build because it removes the Oculus (Android) package and unchecks "VR Support".

    Unity 2019.1.8f1 + VRTK 3.3.0 + Oculus (Android) 1.36.0 package + Oculus Integration 1.38 (from Assets Store)

    The only way, for me, to make a build for Oculus Quest is to install Oculus (Android) package and immediately do "Build and Run", after that the build succeed but the Oculus (Android) package is removed and "VR Support" is unchecked.

    There seems to be no relevant output to the Editor console or AppData/Local/Unity/Editor/*.log related with this issue.
     
    Last edited: Jul 18, 2019
  4. pet_Cz

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    Hi, I had similar problems with VRTK 3.3. I do not remember the solution exactly, but I had to turn off some Auto Load or Auto Manage setting in VRTK_SDK Manager script (I think it was the Auto Manage VR Settings check box).
     
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  5. MarkusEON

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    I'd have to go and double-check, but I'm pretty sure I set that checkbox to false.
     
  6. vicman4

    vicman4

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    Thank you!!

    You've fixed my problem! It's exactly the "Auto Manage VR Settings" check box. As soon as I've unchecked it the Oculus (Android) Package remains installed and VR Support selected!
     

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    Last edited: Jul 24, 2019