jumbli Posted September 1, 2016 Share Posted September 1, 2016 I have the Viveport software installed. While testing on the Oculus, I set the Vive services to disabled and reboot. Occasionally the Vive processes still start up and take controll of the VR headset from the Oculus Home SDK and drop me in to the SteamVR / Vive loading screen. I have to use task manager to manually kill off the processes before I can continue developing. I don't think users should have to disable the services or kill processes. The Vive processes should not auto load and take control unless the Vive is actively being used. For users that own both the Vive and Oculus, this may lead them to uninstall the Viveport software. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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