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Oculus removes the requirement of the Facebook account in its Quests

If we remember, Oculus Quest 2 received a requirement that no one liked, and it was the mandatory to have a Facebook account to be able to use the VR glasses, a requirement that was extended to several helmets of the company. However, this caused several problems, especially considering that Facebook’s automatic detection recognized users who simply created an account to use the helmet as bots, banning them instantly.

In any case, as we can read on GameRant, it seems that Oculus has grown tired of having to deal with the problems this brought, so the requirement for a Facebook account to use any Quest device has been removed. This should mean, on the one hand, that we should no longer need a Facebook account to use an Oculus Quest helmet.

Geeknetic Oculus removes the requirement of the Facebook account in its Quest 1

On the other hand, it is possible that this change Reduce pressure on Oculus gear to defend against multiple attempts to bypass helmet security measures. Remember that, in many cases, the main incentive to bypass the security measures of a console is homebrew and piracy, but in this case, one of the main forces was to get rid of Facebook.

In any case, this is a welcome change that users will appreciate, and it probably comes through a system update.

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