Set up your Oculus Go as regular

Open Oculus app on your phone

Go to app Settings > Tap your headset > More Settings > Press on Developer mode

Create Developer account

Once Developer account is created go back to Oculus app and turn on developer mode

Download Oculus Go.zip from https://app-builds.sexlikereal.com/slr_oculus_go.zip on Mac

Open Terminal for Mac (you can search for it in Launchpad)

Install Homebrew by copying the following command in to the Terminal:

ruby -e “$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)”

After successful installation of Homebrew, install ADB copying command to the Terminal:

brew cask install android-platform-tools

You can test if installation succeeded with command: adb help

After you successfully installed ADB, you are now ready to install your APKs.

Connect your Oculus Go device to your computer using a USB cable

Check if ADB recognizes the device with command: adb devices

If you don’t see any devices listed in the output:
Turn off your Go, disconnect the USB, power your Go back on, reconnect the USB and then run the command again
If you see a device ID show up in the output with “unauthorized” behind it, put your Oculus Go on and give permission
If you see a device ID show up with “device” behind it, you are good to go and ready for the next step

Run the installation command:

adb install /path/to/your.apk

(for Downloads folder it is: adb install /Users/USERNAME/Downloads/SLROculusGo/apks/SLR_go.apk);

Change USERNAME to your own

Congrats, you just installed your APK on your Oculus Go!

Unplug your Oculus Go device, go to Library>Unknown sources

Find SLR Go (com.slr.oculus.go) that is usually on the last page and launch it.

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