Device Settings

Apply important device settings within your configuration. Device settings, security settings and Android permissions

Westley Heagy avatar
Written by Westley Heagy
Updated over a week ago

When building a configuration with ManageXR, you can apply settings that protect your IP and hardware through security protocols and standardized device settings. Let's take a look at these settings and their function within a configuration.

To access these configuration settings:

  1. Navigate to your configuration

  2. Click on the Device Settings tab.

Security Settings

Setting Button


Device Compatibility

USB Debugging (Developer Mode)

Disable/Enable Developer Mode. With Developer Mode disabled, devices will not be able to connect to a computer via ADB.

All Devices

USB File Transfer

Disable/Enable USB File Transfer. With File Transfer disabled, you will not be able to browse the device's file system when it is connected to a computer.

All Devices

Android Permissions

Android 12 OBB Permissions. Learn more

Device Settings

Tutorial Mode

Disable/Enable Tutorial Mode. When Tutorial Mode is enabled, your Tutorial app will launch on boot. Devices automatically exit Tutorial Mode once they exit your Tutorial App

All Devices

Device Sleep

Learn more

Disable/Enable device sleep

Meta Quest devices only

Browser for WebXR Links

Select the default launching method for WebXR links

Meta Quest devices only

System Settings (Pico Devices Only)

Factory Reset

Disable/Enable Factory Reset

All Pico Devices

System Language

Change the device's default system language

All Pico Devices

Time Zone

Manually assign time zone or set as auto

All Pico Devices

Performance Mode

Set the device to a specified Performance Mode: Battery Saver, Standard, or High Performance.

All Pico Devices

Movement Tracking

Disable/Enable Movement Tracking. When disabled, the device with behave like a 3DOF device.

Pico Neo 2/Neo 3

Play Boundary

Disable/Enable Play Boundary.

When disabled, the device will not show the play boundary and may be unsafe to use without additional protections.

Pico Neo 2/Neo 3

Screen Off Delay

Screen off delay is the time after a headset is taken off before the screen goes black / the display turns off.

Set to Unmanaged, 3s*, 10s*, 30s, 1min, 5min, 10min, or Never

*Pico Neo 3 delay cannot be less than 30 seconds.

All Pico Devices

Sleep Delay

Sleep delay is the time after a headset is taken off before it goes to sleep. A device that is asleep will take longer to start back up than a device that only has its screen off.

Set to Unmanaged, 15s* , 30s, 1min, 5min 10min , 30min, Never

*Pico Neo 3 delay cannot be less than 30 seconds.

NOTE: Sleep Delay cannot be shorter than Screen Off Delay. Read more on managing sleep settings.

All Pico Devices

Eye Tracking FPS

Set eye tracking frames per second: Unmanaged, 60Hz, or 90Hz.

Eye tracking tracks the eye gaze position and optimizes rendering performance accordingly.

Pico Neo 3 Eye

Target System PUI Version (Pico Devices Only)

Managing Pico PUI Firmware. Learn more

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