First run VR Tourviewer at least once, so the ‘VRTourviewer’ folder can be created on your device.
- Connect your Oculus Go to your PC with a micro USB cable.
- In your headset, you will have to give your PC permission to gain access. Select Allow Access to Data.
- Once you are connected to your PC, the Autoplay feature should open. If it does, select Open Device to View Files.
- If Autoplay does not start, you can manually browse to Oculus Go Storage through File Explorer. It will be named VR-Headset.
- Once you have your VR-Headset open, select Internal Shared Storage.
- Open the folder named VRTourviewer.
- You can now drag and drop (or copy and paste) your tours directly into this folder
- Download the File Transfer Tool from Android and install it on your Mac.
- Connect your Oculus Go to your Mac with a micro USB cable.
- Open the File Transfer Tool you just installed.
- In your headset, you will have to give your computer permission to gain access. Select Allow Access to Data.
- A folder named VR-Headset should automatically open
- Now open the folder called VRTourviewer.
- You can now drag and drop (or copy and paste) your tours directly into this folder.
Note: make sure to use the original Oculus Go USB cable, or an USB data cable. A USB charging cable doesn’t always have data wiring
For versions up to 0.5.195: due to a bug a tour placed directly in the VRTourviewer folder isn’t recognized.
Make sure to place your tours in a subdirectory of VRTourviewer, for example ‘VRTourviewer/TourA/’
This will be fixed in the next update.