- Open Oculus app and set up your Oculus Go as normal
- Go to Oculus Settings on your phone > Tap your headset which is shown in Settings > More settings > Developer mode > Create developer account (Sign in on Oculus website if you are not already)
- Once your account is created go back to the Oculus app and turn Developer Mode on
- Plug your Oculus Go into a Windows computer via USB
- Download the SLR App for Oculus Go from
- Extract it to your computer
- Windows 7 users need to install the ADB drivers first (Windows 8 & 10 users can skip to Step 8):
a. Go to the "SLROculusGo" folder
b. Open the "Drivers" folder
c. Right click on "android_winusb.inf" and select "Install"
- Go to the "SLROculusGo" folder and run "Install.bat"
- When the installation begins, make sure your Oculus Go headset has allowed USB debugging inside it. It may ask you to grant access twice.
- Unplug your Oculus Go
- In your Oculus Go open the Library and go to "Unknown sources"
- Find the "SLR Go" application (com.slr.oculus.go) and launch it. (You can find it on the last page.)
Updating our app: You can simply run the uninstall.bat with OculusGo connected to your computer and then run the Install.bat from newer version of zip file you downloaded on our site. Don't forget to allow debugging mode in Oculus Go when prompted.
If you have a Mac instead of a Windows computer you can follow the walkthrough for Mac Users.