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Thread: Oculus Rift S White Flash Fix?

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    Default Oculus Rift S White Flash Fix?

    Oculus has posted to their Beta channel a Firmware update to (hopefully) fix the white flash issue:



    Hi everyone - I have some good news to share! We're pushing out a PTC update for 1.39 today that includes an expected fix for the static flashing behavior on Rift S. In order to receive and test this update, please opt into the public test channel by going to Settings > Beta and ticking the box for Public Test Channel within the Oculus desktop software (if you are not already opted in). You should receive the new PTC build update shortly after you have opted in. Once downloaded, please give it a test and let us know how it goes! Assuming everything looks good on the PTC, we'll get this update pushed out everyone on the live channel as soon as possible.

    As with any update, it's important to report any issues you encounter by utilizing the Help Center > Provide Feedback tool. Thanks again for your patience while we debugged this behavior and worked on a software resolution. We hope you enjoy this update!



    Responses in the thread stated that indeed the flashes were gone, as well as the orange warning message about needing USB updates.


    I will definitely give it a go tonight....but replies have been very positive so far.
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    The white flash fix was pushed out to the main firmware update late Monday evening.

    The Oculus team has been working hard on the Rift S!
    Tim Collier


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