How to use Quest Pro Controllers With the Quest 2?

As Meta has stated, the Meta Quest Pro Touch controller is compatible with Meta Quest and Quest 2.

Meta Quest Pro and Quest 2 Headset owners have Touch Pro controllers already.

Meta Quest 2 owners can use the upgraded Touch Pro Controllers for Quest pro while still using Meta Quest 2.

Meta also said, Touch Pro controllers are fully compatible with Quest 2 and they will sell as a standalone accessory for $300.

So another question arises here is it worth buying for quest 2?

Touch Pro controllers will be available for standalone purchase “later this year,” but the company hasn’t announced a firm release date yet.

Read Our Overall Review What do we think about Meta Quest Pro Controllers

Very short explanation of how to use it

How to use the Quest Pro controllers with the Quest 2 (step by step):

While quest pro controllers are slightly heavier than quest 2, the experience you’re going to have is mindblowing. Follow the steps below:

  • Download Meta Quest Mobile App.
  • Turn on the Headset along with the right and left controllers.
  • You’ll see an Indicating LED light if the controller is powered on.
  • Open the Meta Quest app and tap on Menu.
  • Tap on Devices and wait for your quest 2 controllers.
  • Select the right and left controllers for connecting both controllers.

How to Unpair Oculus Quest 2 Controller:

In order to pair your Meta touch controllers, you need to unpair your existing controllers first, here’s the process:

  1. Open the Meta Quest mobile app.
  2. Tap Devices from the bottom menu.
  3. Tap on the image of the headset you currently have paired.
  4. Tap Controllers, then tap the controller that you want to unpair.
  5. Tap Unpair Controller.

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How long does it take to pair Oculus Quest 2 Controllers?

If everything goes smoothly, it may take no more than 3-5 minutes to pair Oculus Quest 2 Controllers. Make sure you follow the pairing instructions correctly.

Can you use third-party controllers with the Meta Quest 2 and Quest Pro?

The answer is yes, but right now there are no third-party controllers available for both Quest Pro and Quest 2.

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