Changing the Controller Battery
Before changing the battery, make sure it's seated properly. An incorrectly seated battery can cause the in-headset display to show "low battery" or "battery critical".
Be careful not to detach the tether. If you do, reassemble it by feeding it through the bottom of the controller and looping it back around the small plastic peg.
Pico G2 and 4KS
Pico controllers take two AAA batteries. To change the battery, pull down on the battery cover to remove the cover and replace the batteries. You may check the precise battery level percentage during training by holding the controller in front of the headset.
The Oculus Go controller takes one AA battery. To change the battery, pull down on the lower half of the controller to remove the end cap and replace the battery. The battery should be installed to match the molded diagram on the inside of the battery compartment (positive side facing down toward the tether.)
You may check the precise battery level percentage of the controller in the menu of the headset.