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How to Charge Oculus Quest/Quest 2 Controllers

Keep your VR controllers charged and ready to play

gotta know

  • Oculus Quest and Quest 2 use one AA battery per controller.
  • Buy two pairs of rechargeable AA batteries and leave one in the charger to avoid downtime.
  • The Oculus Charging Dock lets you keep controllers charged without removing the batteries.

This article explains how to charge the Oculus Quest and Quest 2 controllers, including how to use the optional charging station.

How to Charge Oculus Quest and Quest 2 Controllers

The controllers that ship with Oculus Quest and Quest 2 may not seem to have removable battery compartments, but they do. If you look closely, you’ll find a small eject icon molded into the plastic of each grip, roughly opposite where the trigger button is. There’s this battery compartment cover and a single AA battery hidden inside. The batteries supplied with these controllers are alkaline and you cannot recharge them.

To charge the Oculus Quest and Quest 2 controllers, you must replace the supplied alkaline batteries with rechargeable batteries. You must then recharge these batteries using a compatible battery charger when they run out. For convenience, you can buy four batteries instead of two and leave two in the charger so they’re always ready.

Here’s how to charge your Oculus Quest controllers:

Hold an Oculus controller with one or both hands with the small eject symbol up and away from you.

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To unlock the battery compartment cover, gently push it away from you with your thumb or thumb.

Removing the battery compartment cover from the Oculus Quest 2 controller.

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Remove the battery cover.

An Oculus Quest controller with the battery cover removed.

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Remove the AA battery.

An Oculus Quest 2 controller with the battery removed.

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Replace the battery with a rechargeable AA battery.

Rechargeable battery attached to the Oculus Quest 2 controller.

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Replace the battery cover, then repeat steps 1-5 with the other controller.

An Oculus Quest 2 controller with a replaced battery.

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Optional: Insert two additional AA batteries into the charger.

Rechargeable batteries in a charger with Oculus controllers in the background.

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When the batteries in your controllers run out, replace them with fully charged batteries.

Oculus Quest controller rechargeable battery replacement.

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How to Charge Oculus Quest Controllers Using the Charging Dock

Oculus Quest controllers aren’t factory rechargeable, but the Anker Charger for Oculus Quest converts them to rechargeable controllers. Anker makes the dock, but it’s an officially licensed Oculus product that makes charging your headset and controllers virtually effortless.

Here’s how to charge your Oculus Quest controllers using the charging pad:

Remove the battery covers from your controllers.

Oculus Quest 2 controllers with the covers removed.

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Remove the batteries from your controls.

Oculus Quest 2 controllers without batteries.

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Insert the rechargeable batteries supplied with the docking station.

Oculus Quest 2 controllers with Anker rechargeable batteries installed.

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The docking station comes with special rechargeable batteries with charging contacts on the sides. Be sure to orient the charging contacts towards the point.

Install the battery covers supplied with the docking station.

Oculus Quest 2 controllers with Anker battery covers installed.

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These plugs are the same as the factory plugs but have electrical contacts for easy charging.

When you are not using your task, place the controllers on the charging cradle.

Place an Oculus Quest controller in the Anker slot.

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Make sure each controller is properly installed so that charging can take place.

An Oculus Quest controller docked at the Anker charging station.

Also put the earphone in the holder and it will charge everything.

Oculus Quest 2 controllers and headphones charging in the Anker dock.

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How to Charge Oculus Quest/Quest 2 Controllers

Keep your VR controllers charged up and ready to play

What to Know
The Oculus Quest and Quest 2 use one AA battery per controller.
To avoid downtime, buy two pairs of rechargeable AA batteries and leave one on the charger.
The Oculus charging station allows you to keep the controllers charged without removing the batteries.

This article explains how to charge Oculus Quest and Quest 2 controllers, including how to use the optional charging station.

How to Charge Oculus Quest and Quest 2 Controllers

The controllers that come with the Oculus Quest and Quest 2 may look like they don’t have removable battery compartments, but they do. If you look carefully, you’ll find a small eject icon molded into the plastic of each grip, roughly opposite from the location of the trigger button. That’s the battery compartment cover, and there’s a single AA battery hidden inside. The batteries that come with these controllers are alkaline, and you can’t recharge them.

To charge Oculus Quest and Quest 2 controllers, you need to replace the included alkaline batteries with rechargeable batteries. You then need to charge those batteries when they run out of power, using a compatible battery charger. For the sake of convenience, you may want to buy four batteries instead of two and leave two of them on the charger, so they’re always ready.

Here’s how to charge your Oculus Quest controllers:

Hold an Oculus controller in either one or both hands, with the small eject symbol facing up and away from you.

Jeremy Laukkonen
Gently push away from yourself with your thumb or thumbs to unlock the battery compartment cover.

 Jeremy Laukkonen
Remove the battery cover.

 Jeremy Laukkonen
Remove the AA battery.

Jeremy Laukkonen
Replace the battery with a rechargeable AA battery.

 Jeremy Laukkonen
Replace the battery cover, and then repeat steps 1-5 with the other controller.

 Jeremy Laukkonen
Optional: Place two additional AA batteries on a charger.

Jeremy Laukkonen
When the batteries in your controllers die, swap them for the fully charged batteries.

Jeremy Laukkonen How to Charge Oculus Quest Controllers Using the Charging Dock

Oculus Quest controllers aren’t rechargeable from the factory, but the Anker Charging Dock for Oculus Quest turns them into rechargeable controllers. Anker produces the dock, but it’s an officially licensed Oculus product that makes charging your headset and controllers nearly effortless.

Here’s how to charge your Oculus Quest controllers using the charging dock:

Remove the battery covers from your controllers.

 Jeremy Laukkonen
Remove the batteries from your controllers.

 Jeremy Laukkonen
Install the rechargeable batteries that came with the dock.

 Jeremy LaukkonenThe dock comes with special rechargeable batteries that have charge contacts on the sides. Make sure to orient the charge contacts, so they are pointing out.

Install the battery covers that came with the dock.

 Jeremy LaukkonenThese covers are identical to the factory covers, but they have electrical contacts to facilitate charging.

Whenever you aren’t using your quest, place the controllers in the charging cradles.

Jeremy Laukkonen 
Make sure each controller is seated properly so charging can take place.

Place the headset in the cradle as well, and it will charge everything.

 Jeremy LaukkonenHow to Use the Oculus Quest Microphone

#Charge #Oculus #QuestQuest #Controllers

How to Charge Oculus Quest/Quest 2 Controllers

Keep your VR controllers charged up and ready to play

What to Know
The Oculus Quest and Quest 2 use one AA battery per controller.
To avoid downtime, buy two pairs of rechargeable AA batteries and leave one on the charger.
The Oculus charging station allows you to keep the controllers charged without removing the batteries.

This article explains how to charge Oculus Quest and Quest 2 controllers, including how to use the optional charging station.

How to Charge Oculus Quest and Quest 2 Controllers

The controllers that come with the Oculus Quest and Quest 2 may look like they don’t have removable battery compartments, but they do. If you look carefully, you’ll find a small eject icon molded into the plastic of each grip, roughly opposite from the location of the trigger button. That’s the battery compartment cover, and there’s a single AA battery hidden inside. The batteries that come with these controllers are alkaline, and you can’t recharge them.

To charge Oculus Quest and Quest 2 controllers, you need to replace the included alkaline batteries with rechargeable batteries. You then need to charge those batteries when they run out of power, using a compatible battery charger. For the sake of convenience, you may want to buy four batteries instead of two and leave two of them on the charger, so they’re always ready.

Here’s how to charge your Oculus Quest controllers:

Hold an Oculus controller in either one or both hands, with the small eject symbol facing up and away from you.

Jeremy Laukkonen
Gently push away from yourself with your thumb or thumbs to unlock the battery compartment cover.

 Jeremy Laukkonen
Remove the battery cover.

 Jeremy Laukkonen
Remove the AA battery.

Jeremy Laukkonen
Replace the battery with a rechargeable AA battery.

 Jeremy Laukkonen
Replace the battery cover, and then repeat steps 1-5 with the other controller.

 Jeremy Laukkonen
Optional: Place two additional AA batteries on a charger.

Jeremy Laukkonen
When the batteries in your controllers die, swap them for the fully charged batteries.

Jeremy Laukkonen How to Charge Oculus Quest Controllers Using the Charging Dock

Oculus Quest controllers aren’t rechargeable from the factory, but the Anker Charging Dock for Oculus Quest turns them into rechargeable controllers. Anker produces the dock, but it’s an officially licensed Oculus product that makes charging your headset and controllers nearly effortless.

Here’s how to charge your Oculus Quest controllers using the charging dock:

Remove the battery covers from your controllers.

 Jeremy Laukkonen
Remove the batteries from your controllers.

 Jeremy Laukkonen
Install the rechargeable batteries that came with the dock.

 Jeremy LaukkonenThe dock comes with special rechargeable batteries that have charge contacts on the sides. Make sure to orient the charge contacts, so they are pointing out.

Install the battery covers that came with the dock.

 Jeremy LaukkonenThese covers are identical to the factory covers, but they have electrical contacts to facilitate charging.

Whenever you aren’t using your quest, place the controllers in the charging cradles.

Jeremy Laukkonen 
Make sure each controller is seated properly so charging can take place.

Place the headset in the cradle as well, and it will charge everything.

 Jeremy LaukkonenHow to Use the Oculus Quest Microphone

#Charge #Oculus #QuestQuest #Controllers


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