1 - Open the up to update Oculus app on your VR-READY PC.
To avoid unstable, lag, or even unsuccessful connection, please allow unknown sources.
STEP 1 ：Select Settings in the left menu.
STEP 2 ：Select the General tab. Next to Unknown Sources.
STEP 3 ：Confirm to allow content from unknown sources.
2 - Turn on your Quest 2 or Quest with up to date soft ware.
3 - Plug your DESTEK Link Cable into a USB 3.0 port on your PC, and then plug the other end into your headset.
4 - A message displays in VR prompting you to Allow access to data. Select Allow If you mistakenly select 'Not Now', you must unplug your USB cable from the Quest and plug it back in.
5 - When prompted to Enable DESTEK Link Cable, select Enable to begin remote rendering using DESTEK Link Cable.
For more support, please contact DESTEK Customer Service by the email:
- Software Requirements
To use DESTEK Link Cable, you need the Oculus PC app. Once you've downloaded the PC app, make sure that the Oculus PC software version
is up to date and your Quest is running the latest operating system. More information on setup can be found in here:
- How do I use DESTEK Link Cable to connect my Quest 2 or Quest to a computer?
If you'd like to use DESTEK Link Cable to connect your Quest to a PC, please start by reviewing our DESTEK Link Cable compatibility article.
Confirm the following:
Your PC meets the recommended specs.
You're using a high-quality USB cable capable of supporting data and power.
Your Oculus software is up to date on both your PC and your Quest.
If you're unable to enable DESTEK Link Cable:
1.If you don't see Add Quest as the device on the PC software:
log out of the PC software and log back in.
2.If you don't see the Enable Link pop-up on the PC software:
log out of the PC software and log back in.
3.If you don't see the Enable Link option under Settings on Quest:
completely power off the headset and restart.
Once you've confirmed these requirements, you can begin using your Quest with Link. To do so:
1.Open the Oculus app on your PC.
2.Turn on your Quest 2 or Quest.
3.Plug your USB 3 cable into a USB 3.0 port on your PC, and then plug the other end into your headset.
4.A message displays in VR prompting you to Allow access to data. Select Deny. If you mistakenly 'Allow' the prompt, you must unplug your USB cable from the Quest and plug it back in..
5.When prompted to Enable DESTEK Link Cable, select Enable to begin remote rendering using DESTEK Link Cable.
If you have issues using or setting up DESTEK Link Cable, please reach out to our support team by Support@destekvr.com
- I'm experiencing performance issues with DESTEK Link Cable after adjusting my graphics preferences.
DESTEK Link Cable allows you to fine tune your graphics preferences via the Oculus desktop app. As a general rule, the more you crank up display options like refresh rate and render resolution, the more the overall performance of Link can be negatively impacted.
If you find that DESTEK Link Cable looks choppy (screen stuttering, frames dropping, etc) try the following:
1.Open the Oculus app on your Computer.
2.Click Devices on the left side of the app.
3.Click Quest and Touch.
4.Click Graphics Preferences.
5.Click Reset to default.
6.Click Save and Restart
Keep in mind, if you've previously adjusted any settings for Link with the Oculus Debug tool (including Encode Bitrate, Encode Resolution Width, Pixel Per Display), changing the graphics settings above can negatively impact your performance.
To fix this, set all numerical values you changed to '0' (zero) and then restart the Oculus Desktop app.
If you're still having trouble with Link after making the above adjustments, please reach out to our support team by Support@destekvr.com
- Transfer Speed is not as expected
5 Gbps is the theoretical speed with USB 3.0, there may be other factors that may affect the real transfer speed. Simply switch the setting to Better performance and select OK. You will probably be prompted to restart the computer, and after you do, you should start to see substantially faster transfer speeds.
Use the velcro tabs to tie the link cable to the headset for a more robust connection and to reduce cable strain. Also, watch the tutorial video on properly setting up the link cable in order to prevent the disconnection issue.
Usually, disconnection resolves when Air Link is turned off on your headset and the Unknown Resources Option is turned on on your PC.
- What can I do if the suggestions aren't helpful?
Reach out to support for free replacement or a returnless refund by Support@destekvr.com