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Donnerstag, 12. Juli 2018, 17:39

Oculus GO: Working Apache PHP Mysql server

Hi,

There were a few people asking how to get a internal web server running on the Oculus Go in another thread After a few hours I got it sorted. A little involved but worth it. Load times have reduced dramatically.

Overview.

1 Install Oculus TV
2. Install adb drivers
3. Sideload Kodi
4. Sideload ksweb
5. Set up servers (http ftp etc )
6. Enjoy.

Detailed


1. Install Oculus TV via Store.
2. Lots of guides around to tell you how to sideload. http://flickstiq.com/sideload-content-on-oculus-go/
3. Apps not created for Android TV do not show up as "installed apps" Running them from within Kodi gets around this.
4. There are a few android servers apps around ksweb seems good. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.xeustechnologies.android.kws

You will need the apk. ( google ksweb server apk)
Sideload using same process as 2. above.

5. Inside of Oculus Go . Start up Oculus TV. Scroll down and open Kodi. Left hand menu. Addons then Android Apps . Look for KSWEB

Setup new user for FTP access. ( I changed the "Path to external storage" in setting so ftp can access http root.)

Upload files viea you favorite ftp app. (filezilla of course) View in Browser localhost:8080

I have only just got this going so still have a lot of testing to do. Really keen to see how it handles video. Also php.

Pretty excited. Good luck

Mike
Visual Effects: www.phimedia.com
Virtual Tours : www.panotours.com.au

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Montag, 16. Juli 2018, 11:37

Fantastic idea Mike!

I've tryed using another Web Server app that I've used many times with VRGear: https://m.allfreeapk.com/bit-web-server-…5/download.html
Obviously I've bought the App many month ago, so I think is not a wrong use of software, right?
And it works!


Fantastic, so now is possible to run krpano tours inside Oculus Go stored them locally.Great and many compliments for the idea.
Luca