Receive Oculus Quest 2 by courier and connect to Wi-Fi to update the OS. This is the period when the OS V34 update starts.
However, during the update, it says “Downloading 2/2” and “Internet connection is unstable” and the download does not work.
My iPhone says “Failed to connect to Oculus server”.
The method I found on the internet didn't work, so I tried to solve it and put it together.
(Picture source: Oculus Homepage)
The router supports only 604GB with IPTIME N2.4M.
Disconnect Wi-Fi and Reconnect: Failed
The first time I was connected to the internet, I tried again.
When I disconnected the Wi-Fi on the iPhone and reconnected it, it was connected, but it said “No internet connection”. failure!
Reset Oculus Headset: Failed
How to Reset Oculus Quest 2was initialized as The initialization method is as follows.
- Power off the headset.
- Press the power button and the volume (-) button at the same time until the headset loads the boot screen.
- Use the volume buttons on your headset to highlight 'Reset', then press the power button.
- Use the volume buttons on the headset to highlight 'Yes', then press the power button.
Connected to wifi again. When connected, the OS upgrade automatically proceeds, but it stops at 2/2 again. failure!
Connect via Wi-Fi 5GHz: Not tested
I looked it up and there were articles saying that Oculus cannot connect at 2.4GHz. However, I took the router with 5 gigabytes to Jeju Island, and I have an Apple Airport at home, but I didn't test it because it was cumbersome to take it out.
Router Encryption WPA2PSK + AES: Failed
It is said that encryption encoding at 5GHz should be WPA2PSK + AES. I couldn't find it on the Oculus homepage, it was on the blogs.
Changed router authentication and encryption to WPA2PSK + AES. But still no internet connection. Is it because it's 2.4 gigabytes?
I bought a new ipTIME AX2004M, and this is WPA2PSK+AES!
Wifi 2.4GHz + Encryption Disabled: Success
There were articles saying that it should be connected in 5GHz, but I couldn't find an article on the Oculus website saying that it does not work in 2.4GHz. Rather, there were expressions that were even at 2.4 GHz.
And when I asked the person who gave me the recommendation code, he said that it works well even at 2.4GHz.
I tried to turn off encryption to see if encryption was a problem.
Then it becomes a 2.4GHz router!
2.4GHz , WPA2PSK + TKIP: Success
I had to set the router password, so I changed authentication and encryption one by one.
It succeeded in WPA2PSK + TKIP.
If you cannot connect to Wi-Fi, try changing the authentication and encryption method
Some people say that only WPA5PSK + AES on 2GHz, but I don't know if it depends on the router.
My router supports only 604 gigabytes with IPTIME N2.4M, but it was connected to 2.4GHz, and WPA2PSK + TKIP was used for authentication and encryption encoding.
So, if it doesn't work for 5GHz, you may need to change the router's authentication and encryption encoding.