System Settings are found in the "Settings" menu. From the "Settings" menu, scroll down and, using the trigger on your controller, select "System Info". These are system-wide settings, such as the device's language, the date/time, and how content is captured.
Select and add the languages your Magic Leap 2's user interface displays in. The default language is set to English. Use the "..." button in the upper right-hand corner of the Languages menu to remove languages. The first language in the list will dictate what language is shown in your device (so, if English is #1, your device's UI will be in English). Point your cursor over the "=" icon on the right of each language and hold the trigger on your controller to re-order languages in the list.
Capture and Device Stream
Toggle whether a countdown appears prior to capturing a screenshot or video.
Select whether captured content is output in a 9:10 or 4:3 aspect ratio.
Choose the resolution of captured content. Your options are:
Captured content is output at 1080p by default.
Choose what visual content is captured. The following options are available:
- Real and Virtual: Capture virtual content and the real world
- Real World: Capture only the content of the real world
- Virtual: Capture only the virtual content rendered on your device
The default setting is "Real and Virtual".
Choose what audio is recorded. The following options are available:
- Real and Virtual: Record system and in-app audio as well as audio in the real world
- Real World: Record only audio from the real world
- Virtual: Record only system and in-app audio
The default setting is "Real and Virtual".
Enable Device Stream
Toggle device stream on or off. In order to stream content to The Lab 2.0, this setting must be turned on.
Date & Time
Adjust the date and time of the device manually, or choose to sync your device's date & time based on information provided by the current wireless network.
Use network-provided time
Toggle this on to automatically set the date and time based on where your wireless network is. So, if you're connected to Wi-Fi while in New York City on January 1st 2023 at 5:00pm, the time will be set to match the date, time, and timezone. While this feature is on, you cannot manually adjust the Date or Time. Timezone can still be manually changed.
If you have disabled using network-provided time, you can manually adjust the date on your Magic Leap 2's system clock.
If you have disabled using network-provided time, you can manually adjust the time date on your Magic Leap 2's system clock.
Use locale default
Toggling this on will display the time based on the locale's standard. Some regions may use 24 hour time by default, others may use a 12 hour clock. Turning this on disables the ability to toggle on "Use 24-hour format".
Use 24-hour format
If you have toggled "Use locale default" off, toggling "Use 24-hour format" on will display the time in a 24 hour format, ie: 1:00 PM will be displayed as 13:00. Turn it off to use a 12-hour AM/PM format.
Provides options to reset services on your device.
- Reset Wi-Fi & Bluetooth: Resets all network settings relating to Wi-Fi and bluetooth connections. If you are connected to a Wi-Fi network, you will be disconnected as part of this reset process. Any devices connected via bluetooth will also be unpaired, including your controller.
- Reset app preferences: Resets preferences for all apps, including disabled apps, disabled notifications for apps, default applications, background data usage restrictions, and app permissions. App data is not reset or lost.
- Erase all data (factory reset): Resets the device to a factory state. This erases all applications, user data, files, and settings. The current operating system is maintained. Once the reset is completed, the device restarts like a brand-new device.
Enable and customize development related features. Depending on your OS build, you may see more available options. These are stock Android settings that have not been fully tested by Magic Leap, and may not be fully supported by Magic Leap 2.
- Magic Leap Developer Mode: Toggle this on and off to enable developer mode on your device
- Memory: See stats about how much of the device's memory is being used on average, and what apps are using up memory (and how much)
- Stay Awake: Toggle on/off if the screen goes to sleep while the device is charging