Package for multiple Gear VR headsets?
Me and a friend have been working on a UE4 project. I have been able to successfully deploy the Android package on my note 4 and his note 6S. However, when I package for deployment with the Gear VR headset enabled as well, I am only having success on my Note 4 and not his Note 6S. I have followed every step correctly that I know of, including adding the other phone and headsets osig file. There are two things that I am not 100% certain on, but I think I did correctly, which are, downloading the correct drivers for the phone from Samsung download page and needing the RSA fingerprint key. Are either of these important information to have if I am not launching on his device, only packaging for it? It would seem weird to me if this was the problem because the non-VR package works on his device. The last thing I may have not considered is that he lives in the Netherlands and I am in the US; do I need to add something for this to work there? I know I haven't given a ton of information, but I don't know what other facts you should need, please let me know if there is anything I can provide.
Both on my phone and his, when the VR app is clicked to start, it gives the proper insert to gear vr headset notice. When I insert, in about 5-10 seconds, the app will begin. However, when he inserts, within 10-15 secs, the app will NOT start and the Oculus Store home page will appear...
Anyways, if you have any thoughts, I am open to trying them, we have been trying to develop this for a long time and want to get past this step. Any and all help and suggestions are greatly appreciated!!!!
Thanks a lot, Brad
asked Feb 22 '16 at 12:19 AM in Packaging & Deployment
I received great news today! We have been able to successfully deploy this project on his Gear VR 2. Thank you for all of your help.
After you brought up the basic idea of the osig process not being done correctly, I made sure to re-send him the documentation for completing this process. This time, we went through it together and the process worked!
The osig file had a different ID, so it seems the wrong ID was used the first time when trying to develop the osig. I think this was due to him trying to check the device id with a mac instead of a windows computer.
Anyways thanks for guiding us to the correct, basic solution!!
Your help was greatly appreciated.
answered Mar 10 '16 at 05:53 PM
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