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Wednesday, January 12, 2022

Copy Screenshots From Oculus Quest 2 to a PC or Mac


The Oculus Quest 2 Headset

How to Transfer Quest Screenshots to a Windows PC

To transfer screenshots from a Quest 2 to Windows (if you’ve already linked up—see the section above), first open File Explorer on Windows 10 or Windows 11. Under “This PC” in your sidebar, you’ll see an entry for “Quest” or “Quest 2.” Or you can open “This PC” and you’ll see the Quest listed in the “Devices and Drives” category.

You'll see the Quest in your "This PC" under File Explorer.

Open the Quest by double-clicking its drive icon, then navigate to the “Oculus” folder. Your screenshots are stored in a folder called “Screenshots.” Click and drag the Screenshots folder to your desktop to transfer them all, or you can copy and paste individual screenshots wherever you’d like.

When you’re done copying, you can optionally delete the screenshots in the \Oculus\Screenshots folder on your device using File Explorer. To finish up, unplug your Quest from your PC, and you can use your Quest as usual.

How to Transfer Oculus Quest Screenshots to a Mac

To transfer screenshots from an Oculus Quest 2 to a Mac (that you’ve linked using the instructions above), first open the Android File Transfer app on your Mac—if it didn’t already open automatically when you plugged in your Quest.

When it opens, you’ll see many folders listed. Double click the “Oculus” folder entry in the list.

In Android File Transfer, open the "Oculus" folder.

Once you’ve opened the Oculus folder, drag the “Screenshots” folder to another location on your Mac, such as your desktop or another folder. This will copy all of the screenshots from your Quest to that location.

If necessary, you can also open the Oculus/Screenshots folder and copy out individual images. When you’re done, unplug your Quest 2 from your Mac, and you’re good to go. Happy gaming!

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