The Oculus Quest 2 "no command" message can indicate that there is an issue with the device's software. Here are some steps you can take to fix the problem:
Restart the Quest 2
Press and hold the power button on the right side of the device until the power off menu appears. Select "Restart" and wait for the Quest 2 to reboot.
Perform a factory reset
If restarting the Quest 2 doesn't work, you may need to perform a factory reset. This will erase all data on the device, so be sure to back up any important files first. To factory reset the Quest 2, go to the Settings menu in VR, select "Device," then "Reset," and finally "Factory Reset."
Use ADB commands
You can also try using ADB commands to fix the "no command" problem. Connect the Quest 2 to a computer with a USB cable and enable developer mode in the settings. Open a command prompt or terminal window on the computer and enter the following commands:
adb reboot bootloader
fastboot erase userdata
Contact Oculus support
If none of these steps work, you may need to contact Oculus support for further assistance. They may be able to help you diagnose and fix the problem remotely, or they may need to replace the device if it is a hardware issue.
"No Command" Oculus Quest 2 message and other problems
Oculus Quest 2 is a popular standalone virtual reality headset that can sometimes encounter errors. Some common error messages that Quest 2 users may encounter include:
"Can't Reach Oculus Runtime Service": This error message indicates that the Oculus runtime service is not running or is experiencing connectivity issues. To resolve this error, try restarting your Quest 2 headset and your PC, and ensure that your PC and headset are connected to the same network.
"Tracking Lost": This error message appears when the Quest 2 loses track of the controller's position or the headset's location. This can be caused by poor lighting or reflective surfaces in the room. To resolve this error, ensure that the room is well-lit and that there are no reflective surfaces around the play area.
"Could Not Connect to Oculus App": This error message appears when the Quest 2 is unable to connect to the Oculus app on your phone or tablet. To resolve this error, ensure that your phone or tablet is connected to the same network as your Quest 2 and that the Oculus app is up to date.
"Headset Disconnected": This error message appears when the Quest 2 loses connection to your PC or the Oculus Link cable is not working correctly. To resolve this error, ensure that the Oculus Link cable is securely connected to both your PC and your Quest 2 headset.
"Low Battery": This error message indicates that your Quest 2 controller's battery is running low. To resolve this error, replace the batteries in your controller with fresh ones or recharge the controller using a USB cable.
"No Command": This error message can appear on the Quest 2 during the boot-up process and can indicate a software issue. To resolve this error, try restarting your Quest 2 headset or perform a factory reset.
In general, many Quest 2 errors can be resolved by restarting the headset, checking the internet connection, ensuring that the Oculus app and firmware are up to date, and verifying that the sensors and cables are correctly connected.