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  1. Hi @VibrantNebula, @paul I have the same issue. I was wondering, you said it is not possible to delay the sleeping mode since it's a low stack. But is it possible to delay the proximity sensor timer as a workaround ? Thanks! Damien
  2. Hi! We use a Vive Focus in Kiosk mode, and we need to keep our headsets ON with an application running, while they are charging. Unfortunately we noticed that when a headset is charging and displaying an image, its battery decreases faster than it increases. In that regard, we thought we could charge the headsets in sleep mode. However, sleep mode seems to pause the application which is running, and cuts all connections to our server. Is it possible to keep the headset connected to the socket while it is in sleep mode? And Is it possible to keep the applicat
  3. Hi @Tony PH Lin, My bad ! Our DHCP wasn't on the local network. Sorry, Corentin.
  4. Hi! Is it possible to connect to a local network (without internet) with the Vive Focus? Unfortunately when connecting, the Android interface tell me "Obtaining IP ..." and we are not able to communicate with the headset. With the VIVE wifi interface it tell me that the passwords is incorrect . Thanks! Corentin. @Tony PH Lin
  5. This setting is avaiable in the android settings > developer settings
  6. @henrikvrtraveler we managed that with unity : link Hope this can help.
  7. @Ken Lee Thank you for your answer. Unfortunately, the partially functional kiosk mode, as well as the very fragile attachment system, made us seriously reconsider the choice of the Vive focus, in favor of the oculus go.
  8. @Tony PH Lin you gave the tips in the other post, do you have the same for the invisible walls? @Cotta @Tony PH Lin
  9. Hi, Thanks to this post I managed to disable the pairing UI via the android manifest. Do you know if it's possible to disable invisible walls with the manifest @Ken_Lee? cc @henrikvrtraveler
  10. Hi @Tony PH Lin, Our device comes from Techdata, a French distributor. It's not a developer kit. What we did : 1) We put a kiosk mode archive in a SD Card, the apk in the kiosk archive was without the wave sdk (it was the first attempt, we didn't know we needed it). 2) We put the SD card in the headset 3) The headset booted 4) After the spaceship, black screen. No Vive interface available and pressing the power button did not help. Because the only way to update the kiosk mode is to factory reset and we do not have any access to the android interface, we are stuck.
  11. Hi @Ken_Lee, Thanks for your answer. We based our project on the HTC Vive focus especially because of the kiosk mode, for one of the biggest french LBE VR (100 headsets, 500 clients/day). Can you give us an approximative release schedule for the kiosk mode fix? Any chance this can happen in the next coming 3 weeks? Thanks in advance Best Regards
  12. Hi @Tony PH Lin, I'm @Fangh colleague. Unfortunately after a "Reboot to download mode" the headset restarts and returns to the bootup menu without any changes. You will find attached a photo of the interface. Thanks, Corentin.
  13. thanks @henrikvrtraveler but I'm looking for an industrializable solution because I have 100 headset to set up 😉
  14. Hello, I have some issues with the VIVE Focus kiosk mode configuration file, here it is below: <?xml version='1.0' encoding='utf-8'?> <ccSettings> <enableUSBdebug>1</enableUSBdebug> <enableVirtualWall>0</enableVirtualWall> <hasWIFISettings>0</hasWIFISettings> <disablePairingUI>1</disablePairingUI> </ccSettings> Unfortunately despite the values of the file, the invisible walls always appear as well as the pairing UI (it is the interface with the joystick, right?) Best regards, Corentin. cc_
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