Oculus Quest Support

t_johnb [email protected]Community Member Posts: 294 ☆ Roadie ☆
edited February 12, 2021 in CenarioVR Discussions
We've gotten many questions about support for the Oculus Quest. The Quest has been supported for quite a while, we've actually had many updates for it.

The Quest is a bit different in that Oculus does not allow enterprise apps on the consumer store for the Quest, so you won't be able to access it in the store like the other devices. Oculus has actually created an enterprise model for enterprise apps (oculusforbusiness.com), in which they charge differently for their devices. That is the supported way that Oculus would like you to use the device in an enterprise situation. Unfortunately, consumer versions of the Quest cannot be made to run in enterprise mode.

We provide URL links to the Quest (and Go) enterprise apps that can be downloaded to the enterprise devices (they can also be side loaded on the consumer devices).


These links are kept up to date with each build.

If you have a consumer version of the Oculus Quest, you can side load the App on he device, however its not really an "end user" kind of thing. The App will appear in the "Unknown Sources" tab in the devices library. Instructions on how to do that can be found here:





  • rcaldwell-7889
    rcaldwell-7889 Community Member Posts: 1
    I have a quest and just downloaded a trial of cenariovr.   I received some info from support about how to load a package.  How can I distribute this to many?  If I could make something to get into the oculus quest store, how would the licensing model affect this?    I don't really understand the details of the licensing model listed on the Cenrai vr website.

    Can please explain: (especially as it pertains to the Quest.)
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  • t_johnb
    t_johnb [email protected] Community Member Posts: 294 ☆ Roadie ☆
    Distribution of your created content in CenarioVR is done by adding viewers to your account, and assigning that content to them. Once that viewer has been created and content has been assigned to them, the user logs into the CenarioVR app either on the web, on a phone, or on a VR headset (such as the Quest) and the content will be downloaded and run from the device.

    The licensing model is by author and by viewers. A single Pro licence gives you one author, and 250 viewers. That's 250 named people you can assign content to, and track results for.

    Publishing off of CenarioVR, such as to HTML or SCORM, does not require having named users, as it is not using the services of CenarioVR for distribution of the content.