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How Long Does It Take the Oculus Quest & Quest 2 to Charge?

Also learn how to know when to fully charge

Oculus Quest and Quest 2 VR headsets let you play games wirelessly, so you don’t have to worry about getting tangled in cables or feeling connected to a computer. But this freedom comes at a price: You have to recharge them every now and then. Here’s how you can tell if your Oculus hardware is running low and how long you have to wait to get back to the game.

How long does it take to install Oculus Quest and Quest 2?

The Oculus Quest and Quest 2 batteries have roughly the same capacity: around 3,640 mAh. If you use the included cables, they will take approximately the same time to charge; according to the manufacturer, this period is between 2 and 2.5 hours from empty to full.

If you’re using the Elite Strap on a battery with your Quest 2, this also allows you to wear it longer before plugging it in, the extra storage will add some time to that number. However, since your Quest 2 will use the external battery before using the internal battery, you can run the extra battery separately mid-session and still get the full time from the onboard power supply.

You can also continue to use your Oculus Quest or Quest 2 while they’re charging, but you may not have the same freedom of movement while they’re connected.

When should you charge your Oculus Quest and Quest 2?

Both Tasks include several ways to check your battery level. The easiest way is inside the UI: at the bottom of the main menu, you’ll see icons showing how much power the headset and controllers have.

This information is in the lower left corner and each dot under an icon represents 25% charge.

In previous versions of the UI this information is located in the lower right corner and shows percentages.

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Another way to tell if the headset needs charging is to look at the indicator light on the right side of the device, but it won’t give you this information until you plug it in to charge. If the light is red, the battery is low (less than 10% remaining). If it’s orange, it’s charging and has more than 10% capacity. Finally, a green light means the headset is fully charged.

If the light is not on when the cable is plugged in, the headset is not charging.

Indicator light on Oculus Quest and Quest 2 VR headsets


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How Long Does It Take the Oculus Quest & Quest 2 to Charge?

Also learn how to tell when it’s fully charged

The Oculus Quest and Quest 2 virtual reality headsets both let you play games wirelessly, so you don’t have to worry about tripping over cables or feel tethered to a PC. But with that freedom comes a cost: You have to recharge them occasionally. Here’s when to know your Oculus gear is getting low on power and how long you’ll need to wait before you can get back into the game.

How Long Does It Take for the Oculus Quest and Quest 2 to Charge?

Both the Oculus Quest and Quest 2’s batteries have about the same capacity: around 3,640 mAh. If you use the included cables, then they should take about the same amount of time to charge; according to the manufacturer, that time is between 2 and 2.5 hours from empty to full.

If you’re using the Elite Strap with a battery with your Quest 2, which lets you use it longer before plugging it in, the extra storage will add some time to that figure. But since your Quest 2 will use up the external battery before drawing from the internal one, you could power the extra one up separately partway through your session and still get the total time from your built-in power source.

You can also keep using the Oculus Quest or Quest 2 while they’re charging, but you may not have the same freedom of movement while they’re connected.

When to Charge Your Oculus Quest and Quest 2

Both Quests include a few ways to check their battery levels. The easiest way is inside the user interface: At the bottom of the home menu, you’ll see icons showing how much power both the headset and the controllers have.

This information is in the lower-left corner, and each dot under an icon represents a 25% charge.

Earlier versions of the UI have this information in the lower-right corner and show percentages.
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Another way to tell if your headset needs charging is by looking at the indicator light on the right side of the device, although it will only offer this information once you plug it in for charging. If the light is red, the battery is low (under 10% remaining). If it’s orange, it’s charging and has more than 10% of its capacity. Finally, a green light means that the headset has a full charge.

If the light is not on while the cable is connected, the headset is not charging.

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