As many of you recently figured out DK2 and UE4 4.3 do not work together if Oculus Runtime 0.4 is installed.
We apologize for the mess. I want to confirm that UE4 4.3 is indeed DK2-ready. The problem is the new 0.4 Runtime that unfortunately is incompatible with 0.3-based apps for now. We are working on resolving this issue right now, as well as preparing a new integration of UE4 and Oculus SDK 0.4.
As a workaround for now - you should not install 0.4 Runtime while you use UE4 4.3. Instead, you’ll need to install a DK2 camera driver, download link:
(Note: you will need to uninstall this driver later when you decide to switch to 0.4).
If you already have installed 0.4 Runtime then you may either uninstall it and install the camera driver from above, or you need to disable the OVRService by performing the following steps:
- Remove or Disable the “Oculus Service Scheduler” from the Windows Task Scheduler: “Start” button -> “Task Scheduler”
- Switch display mode to Extended mode or uninstall the Oculus Display Driver;
- Remove “OculusConfigUtil.exe” from Programs -> Startup (For example, C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup).