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Can Oculus 2 Cast to Samsung TV?

You see some amazing thing shown you have on an Oculus 2 headset. You can watch movies, videos, play games, and so much more. The immersive experience is tremendous, but often it can be hard to describe everything that you are seeing.

One of the best ways to show people what you see in the Oculus 2 is to use the casting feature. You may have a Samsung TV that you want to cast to. How are you doing this? Does the Oculus 2 support cast to a Samsung TV? Read on to learn more!

Can Oculus 2 Cast to Samsung TV?

There are absolutely ways in which you can cast your Oculus 2 to a Samsung TV.

The two ways include using the headset on its own, or using the headset and pairing it with the Oculus application on your smartphone, whether it be an Apple or Android device.

Either way, casting from an Oculus 2 to any Samsung TV is something you can accomplish.

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How to Cast Oculus 2 to Samsung TV?

So what are the different ways in which you can cast your Oculus 2 to a Samsung TV? The two most common ways to do this would be through the headset on its own or using a smartphone while you have the headset in use.

Cast From the Headset

To use your Oculus Quest 2 to cast to a Samsung TV, you need to start by putting the headset on.

Once you have the headset on, you want to navigate to what is known as the universal venue. From there, you choose the “Sharing” button.

Once you make that choice, you will see an option to “Cast.” When you hit that button, you should get all compatible devices on your Wi-Fi network that allow for casting. Choose the Samsung TV and click on “Start” and away you will go.

The biggest thing to remember with this process is that your Samsung TV needs to be on the same Wi-Fi network as your Oculus 2 headset.

In addition, your Samsung TV needs to support streaming capabilities.

In the event it does not allow for casting with built-in features, you may need to purchase a Google Chromecast to make casting simpler to your Samsung TV from the Oculus 2.

Cast From the Oculus App

The other manner in which you can cast to the Samsung TV from the Oculus 2 is to make use of the Oculus app. You need to start by getting the app on the Apple App Store or the Android Google Play store.

Once you have the Oculus app and your smartphone is connected to the same wifi as the Oculus, you will be able to connect to the Oculus 2 device to see what the user sees.

From there, you can then click on the “Cast” button just like you did through the headset mode of casting, and choose the Samsung TV to make it all possible.  

If you are having trouble finding the “Cast” icon on the Oculus app, look in the top right corner. The icon will look like a headset that is in combination with a W-iFi signal.

As long as you are on the same wifi, the app should automatically detect the Oculus 2 so you should have no trouble in that arena.

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Why Can’t I Cast Oculus 2 to Samsung TV?

You may be having issues with casting the Oculus 2 on the Samsung TV. If you are running into difficulties, what are some of the things you may want to try?

The first and easiest answer may be that your Samsung TV does not have native casting capabilities built in. If that is the case, you may need to purchase a Google Chromecast and hook it up to the television.

This would allow the Oculus 2 to cast to it, as well as other devices casting to the TV.  

When you get beyond the casting capabilities, the other very common hiccup you may run into has to do with the wifi network.

The Oculus 2 and the Samsung TV need to be on the same wifi network. If there is a difference at all on the W-iFi network, then the Oculus 2 will not be able to detect the television as being an option to cast.  

Seeing the Oculus 2 and all it has to offer on a Samsung TV is great. It can be quite comical and entertaining for folks to watch everything that you are seeing in the VR headset live.

When you think about crazy experiences like walking planks, playing mini-golf, and more in VR, the more you can involve others, the better the experience!