To exchange files and data between iPhone and Meta Quest or Oculus Quest, you can use a wireless file transfer app or cloud service. In this guide, I will show you how to transfer or send files, like pictures, videos, documents, website links, URLs, text, messages, from iPhone or iPad to Oculus Quest 2 using a wireless file transfer solution, Snapdrop file sharing. This is a client for the free and open source local file sharing. We can use it to instantly share images, videos, PDFs, and links with people nearby. Peer2Peer and Open Source. No Setup, No Signup. Check out the easy steps below.
Connect both iPhone and Oculus Quest to the same Wi-Fi
This web service works over local Wi-Fi network without internet connection. Compared to a cloud service, this would be much faster as it downloads directly from the phone to headset，no need to upload and download through the internet.
First of all, we have to connect both iPhone and Oculus Quest to the same Wi-Fi otherwise, you won’t be able to find the other device through snapdrop.
Send files from iPhone to Oculus Quest
Launch the Meta Browser on your headset to visit the snapdrop website.
Then open the Safari or other mobile browser on your iPhone to access the snapdrop.net website.
You can then find Oculus Quest from your iPhone. To send files from iPhone to Quest is easy. Simply tap on the Meta Quest, then a dialog pops up where you can choose to select photos, videos or other files on your iPhone and send them to Oculus Quest. Long tap on Oculus Quest to paste a link, web address, or type in any text, code, message and send from iPhone to the Meta Quest headset.
Go to Meta Quest headset to accept the files from your iPhone. You can use this free and wireless solution to transfer or send files, like pictures, videos, documents, website links, URLs, text, messages, from iPhone or iPad to Oculus Quest. The file transfer works the other way around as well. You can also choose files on the Meta Quest and send them to your iPhone or iPad.