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How to Get Custom Songs on Beat Saber for Oculus Quest/Quest 2
This article explains how to get Beat Saber's custom songs on your Oculus Quest or Quest 2, which requires developer mode and sideloading. You’ll need to buy Beat Saber on your Quest or Quest 2, and you’ll also need a PC and an Oculus Link cable.
How to Install Custom Songs on Beat Saber for Oculus Quest/Quest2
Beat Saber is one of the most enjoyable VR games out there, but playing the same old songs can be tedious. A few song packs are available for Oculus Quest and Quest 2, but even those are limited. If you’ve purchased Beat Saber for your Quest, you can use a PC and an Oculus Link cable to get custom songs.
You must have unknown sources enabled to complete this process. Using the Oculus app on your computer, go to Settings > General > toggle unknown sources. You then need to close the Oculus app, enable debugging, and connect to SideQuest.
Getting custom songs for Beat Saber on a Quest or Quest 2 is a multi-step process that is pretty complicated. To get everything up and running, you need to:
- Turn on developer mode: By enabling developer mode on your Quest, you open up the option to sideload apps and files.
- Install and set up SideQuest on a PC: SideQuest is an app that runs on your computer. It facilitates the sideloading process, allowing you to transfer custom files to your Quest.
- Connect your Quest or Quest 2 to SideQuest: This is a separate process that connects your Quest headset to the SideQuest app. You’ll need to physically connect the Quest to your computer using a sync cable.
- Install and set up BMBF: There were many ways to get custom Beat Saber songs on Quest in the past, but most of them stopped working with the release of Beat Saber version 1.6. BMBF was developed to work with newer versions of Beat Saber.
- Use SyncSaber to sideload songs: There are other ways to sideload songs, but SyncSaber is built into BMBF, so it’s the easiest. You’ll need to make a free SyncSaber account.
Optionally, you may want to consider backing up Beat Saber before you install BMBF and sideload songs. If anything goes wrong, a backup will allow you to restore the app to its original condition.
How to Activate Developer Mode on Oculus Quest and Quest 2
Here’s how to activate developer mode:
Open the Oculus app on your phone, and tap the gear icon (settings).
Tap your Oculus Quest.
Tap More Settings.
Tap Developer Mode.
Tap the Developer Mode toggle.
Tap Start Creating.
A web page will open. Scroll until you find the developer.oculus.com/manage/organizations/create link, and tap it.
Tap Log in.
Log in to Oculus.
Enter an organization name, and tap I understand.
The web page doesn’t render well on mobile, so you will likely have to scroll horizontally.
Tap I Agree, and Submit.
Return to the Oculus app, and tap the Developer Mode toggle again.
Your Oculus Quest now has developer mode enabled.
How to Set Up SideQuest on Your Computer
SideQuest is a free app that helps facilitate installing apps on Quest and Quest 2 through sideloading. You can get it directly from the official SideQuest website, and it's available for Windows, macOS, and Linux.
If you have the Oculus app open on your computer, close it before proceeding. If prompted to enable Oculus Link, do not enable it. You will not see the USB debugging message if the Oculus app is active.
Here’s how to get SideQuest set up:
Go to SideQuest, and click GET SIDEQUEST.
Click the download button associated with your operating system, and save the installer to your computer.
Run the installer, and click Next.
Make sure the Run SideQuest box is checked, and click Finish.
Connect your Quest or Quest 2 to your computer using a link cable.
Put your headset on, and look for a USB debugging message.
For easier setup next time, check the Always allow from this computer box.
Your headset is now connected to SideQuest.
Consider Backing Up Beat Saber
You may want to consider creating a backup before you proceed. It isn’t necessary, but it’s a good idea. If you have any problems with the sideloading process or anything gets corrupted, you can just restore the original copy of Beat Saber to your Quest.
Open SideQuest, and click the folder icon.
Go to Android > Data and click the disk icon next to com.beatgames.beatsaber.
Click Save to PC.
How to Set Up BMBF to Mod Beat Saber
Now that you have SideQuest installed and connected, and you've optionally backed up Beat Saber, you're ready to download the BMBF APK and sideload it to your headset. You'll then need to launch BMBF on the headset, allow it to uninstall Beat Saber, and then allow it to modify Beat Saber.
If this process doesn’t work, or Beat Saber doesn’t work after going through this process, the current version of BMBF might not work with the current version of Beat Saber. If that’s the case, you’ll have to wait for BMBF to update and try again.
Go to the BMBF site , and click the most recent .apk file to download it.
Open SideQuest, and click the APK installation icon (box with small down-facing arrow).
Click the apps icon (square made of nine smaller squares).
Tap the gear next to BMBF.
Tap Launch App.
Put your headset on
Select Patch Beat Saber.
Accept the install.
How to Sideload Songs to Beat Saber on Oculus Quest
BMBF includes a built-in sideloading tool called SyncSaber, so that’s the easiest way to sideload custom songs. You’ll need to sign up for a SyncSaber account and then use it in BMBF on your Quest.
Go to Beat Saber using a web browser on your computer, and click LOG IN.
Enter the username you want and your email address.
Wait for a confirmation email, and follow the link.
Enter a password, click reset password, and your account is ready to use.
Put on your Oculus Quest or Quest 2 headset.
Using the BMBF website, locate a song you want, and select the arrow icon.
Select any additional songs you want.
Select Sync to Beat Saber.
Select Start Beat Saber.
If prompted for storage permission, select Allow.
Beat Saber will launch with your custom songs.
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How To Enable Custom Beat Saber Songs On Oculus Quest 2
With the Oculus Quest 2 finally appearing at retail stores nationwide, eager VR adopters have been picking up the standalone hardware hoping to get some fitness in thanks to Beat Saber. In less than a week after the Oculus Quest 2 was released, some hard working unicorns have already gotten the popular Beat Saber modding tools working on the platform. Here's how to enabled BMBF on the Oculus Quest 2 and start grooving to the sound of your own custom tracks in Beat Saber.
Beat Saber just received a major update across all versions that enabled multiplayer and the Oculus Quest 2 version is no exception. However, with the addition of gameplay mods and custom songs, players should anticipate not being able to access the online multiplayer and instead be limited to solo and campaign play in Beat Saber.
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First things first, you're going to need to purchase Beat Saber on the Oculus Store for your Quest 2 (or the original Oculus Quest). Unfortunately, this version is not cross-buy, so even if you already own Beat Saber for the Oculus Rift, you'll need to pony up another $29.99 for the portable version. Once you have Beat Saber installed, make sure to open up the game and play it once to get past all of the health and safety warnings. Afterwards, you can close the app and continue on.
The next step is that you'll need to install SideQuest, install Oculus Drivers on your PC, and follow the additional steps in getting SideQuest set up. You can find SideQuest HERE along with a full set of instructions to get set up. In short, you'll need to enable Developer Mode on the Oculus app as well as enable USB debugging within the headset itself. Once these two steps are complete, you'll never have to perform the full setup again as long as you don't perform a full factory reset on the Oculus Quest. Enabling Developer Mode is a necessary step in order to install APK packages via 'unknown sources', which includes just about anything that isn't directly purchased/downloaded via the Oculus store.
After SideQuest is installed and set up to transfer files to your Oculus Quest 2 via the USB-C cable that comes bundled with the headset (or any other suitable USB-C cable you have on hand), you'll need to download the latest version of BMBF found HERE. Each new release of Beat Saber and/or BMBF will need a fresh download of BMBF so make sure to bookmark the website. You'll download the file titled 'com.weloveoculus.BMBF.apk' from the stable releases. Once downloaded, return to the SideQuest app, go to the dropdown menu via the down arrow in the upper right-hand corner, and 'Select APK' to install the app you just downloaded.
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At this point, you'll need to put on your Oculus Quest 2 headset and go into your Library from the home screen. Select Library from the bar at the bottom of your display, navigate to the top right corner of the popup window and choose 'Unknown Sources', then highlight and select the BMBF APK you just loaded onto the Oculus Quest 2.
You may receive a generic warning from Oculus regarding software security. At this point, make sure to Close the warning and continue in the BMBF app. This will be a self-guided installation process that starts with temporarily uninstalling Beat Saber and adding in the BMBF framework. Just follow the onscreen commands and make sure to select Done rather than trying to Open Beat Saber within the BMBF app.
Once BMBF is properly installed and hooked into the Beat Saber client, the final screen will be how you add in your custom songs. There will be a number of ways to add custom tracks from Beast Saber and Beat Saver but the simplest method is to visit the Beast Saber website, bookmark songs that you'd like to play, and then use the SyncSaber tab within the BMBF app to select your profile and sync those bookmarks to download songs directly onto the Oculus Quest 2. You can find a full tutorial on how to set up bookmark syncing here.
If you already have a sizeable collection of custom songs on the PC release of Beat Saber, you can migrate those into the Oculus Quest 2 version with minimal hassle. Simply go into the install directory for Beat Saber on your computer (the default directory will be C:\Oculus\Software\Software\hyperbolic-magnetism-beat-saber\Beat Saber_Data\CustomLevels), copy whatever song folders you wish, then use the File Explorer in SideQuest to navigate to 'sdcard\BMBFData\CustomSongs' and paste in this directory. Return to the BMBF app, navigate to the Tools tab, and select 'Reset Song Folders'. If you've managed to set up any playlists within Beat Saber, unfortunately this will clear them out and you'll need to rebuild those again.
Even if you only purchased the 64GB model of the Oculus Quest 2, you're going to be able to get a lot of support for Beat Saber and custom songs. The main client comes in at just under 600MB and even the 250 custom tracks that I've sideloaded into the Oculus Quest 2 here in the office only weighs around 1.1GB.
Support is planned to implement a switch for the Playlist Editor Pro app to allow users to swap between a modded version of Beat Saber and vanilla in the event that they want to try out the multiplayer with their friends.
[Featured image credits to u/Cothilian on Twitter.]
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