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CenarioVR and Oculus Quest / Oculus Go

We’ve received 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 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.

Oculus Enterprise 

Here are the 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).

For Oculus Quest: http://public.trivantis.com/CenarioVR/builds/Quest/CenarioVR.apk

For Oculus Go: http://public.trivantis.com/CenarioVR/builds/Go/CenarioVR.apk

These links are kept up to date with each build.

Oculus Consumer

If you have a consumer version of the Oculus Quest, you can sideload the App on the device, however it is 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: https://uploadvr.com/how-to-sideload-apps-oculus-go/

Future of Oculus

There is good news coming for the Quest, as Oculus will be allowing Enterprise apps on it natively in the future, although they haven’t fully specified what that support will be.  Here is their announcement regarding this: 


We will be updating our community with any new developments, so stay tuned!

This article last reviewed Nov, 2020. The software may have changed since the last review.