It works I wish the screen size could be adjusted. Out of the two headsets I have I couldn't get ether of my phone's to work right. Also the streaming quality could be higher to really fully enjoy the experience. Tried on both the pixel xl and Nexus 5. One headset for the Nexus five and daydream for the pixel.
Great but... The app works fine for me. The only problem I have is that the head tracking on the y axis isn't as sensitive as the x axis and sometimes it inverts. If the you guys could fix this one problem then that would be amazing.
Portal 2 in VR. But... This app is really cool for letting u play your favorite games (portal 2) in VR. However I feel like the controls are not all the responsive. Sometimes I would have to make a big motion to get the player to move at all. Also it had a lot of lag which combined with the unresponsive controls to form less then an ideal experience. I know you said you can connect your phone with USB to the PC however when I tried it nothing happened. Overall I think this was really cool but held back by the lag and controls.
it looks promising at first connects immediate and stuff but the screen is displayed to close to my eyes without any way to adjust it... the controls are inverted without an option to change it... the mouse pointer doesnt show up in my gearvr but is moving on my monitor... all in all gives the app an alpha build feel... the faq online doesnt help either extremely barebones with only 6 things in it without any troubleshooting guides or search... (a forum would be a nice thing ) removed the app maybe i will come back later when its in beta... (S7 Edge + gearVR)
Extremely bad Like the VR version of this app, this one is the same, need a lot more work on it.
Window showing whole desktop I get frequent disconnects but I think thats more network related. What I can't seem to fix is when I play a game windowed it doesn't just show that window which similar apps do. Is there a setting I'm missing?
Fix crash when streaming on some devices
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