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How to Upgrade Google Glass

Just like any other piece of technology, Glass isn’t a piece of artwork that’s meant only to be stared at through a protective translucent box. (If you want to do that, of course, feel free.) Glass is [more…]

User Interface Requirements for Google Glass

Glass has some specific user interface requirements that you need to follow, not only to create a great app, but also to give users the features they expect after they’ve used other Glass apps. [more…]

Use the Mirror API to Develop Your Glassware

Google recommends that you use the Mirror API to start developing your Glassware because you can write the code in a variety of programming languages, such as Java, PHP, and .NET. [more…]

How to Build Apps with the Glass Development Kit (GDK)

The Glass Development Kit (GDK) is for people who already know how to develop apps for the Android operating system and want to get building. Even if you’re a seasoned Android developer, the differences [more…]

How to Submit Your Glassware to Google

When you’re satisfied that the Glassware you’ve developed is ready for users, submit it for inspection at the Glassware Distribution page.

Naturally, Google wants all the software it offers in MyGlass to [more…]

Troubleshooting Google Glass Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Connections

If your Google Glass is having some trouble with a Wi-Fi connection or with your Bluetooth devices, here are some solutions to try for different situations. [more…]

Troubleshooting Tethering Issues with Your Google Glass

If you’re using Glass with your Android smartphone or iPhone to connect to a cellphone provider’s Internet network, you know that when your Wi-Fi connection isn’t available, you can use your tethered data [more…]

Troubleshooting General Problems with Google Glass

One good fix for any misbehaving computing device is to close it down and restart it. Glass is no different. You can hard-reset the device by holding your finger on the power button for 15 seconds, no [more…]

Fitting Google Glass to Your Face

As with any pair of glasses, you may have trouble wearing Google Glass at first. You may also find damage associated with normal wear and tear. Here are some ideas for solving various problems related [more…]

How to Resolve Google Glass Operations Errors

You might find that certain functions aren’t working on Google Glass. If so, here are some ideas for resolving problems with dead pixels and frozen apps. [more…]

Your Google Glass Callers Sound Like They’re Underwater

Google Glass uses bone-conduction transducer (BCT) technology in its speaker. BCT picks up the vibrations from your skull to help improve call quality. You may have heard of BCT because it’s used in smartphones [more…]

What to Do When You Can’t Backup Your Google Glass Files

If you can’t use the Auto Backup feature to back up one or more files from your Glass to your Google+ Auto Backup account, here are some ideas: [more…]

Google Glass Pictures and Video Won’t Sync to Your Computer

When you connect your computer to your Glass by using the micro USB cable that’s included with Glass, your computer should recognize Glass as another external storage device and display it in your list [more…]

Handle Google Glass with Care

As with any other product, the performance of your Glass depends on how well you take care of it. Glass has several sensitive parts that you must treat with care. Fortunately, the device comes with its [more…]

How to Empower Your Google Glass

You should always keep your Google Glass charged and updated, even if you’re not going to be using it. Otherwise, you may miss interesting moments because your battery has run out of power or you haven’t [more…]

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) About Google Glass

The Google Glass Help website contains several articles that answer frequently asked questions (FAQs). You can view the FAQs in various categories at Google support [more…]

How to Request a Call from a Glass Guide

One of life’s axioms is that when you talk to technical support, you have to wait. Google gets around this problem by offering to have a Glass Guide call you when one is available. You need to log into [more…]

How to Ask for Google Glass Help by E-Mail

If your problem isn’t a pressing one, and you prefer to talk with a Glass Guide online instead of on the phone, Google gives you two options. The first option is to send an e-mail message. The other option [more…]

Turning to the Glass User Community

You may be able to get information about any problems you have from other Glass users and from Google itself. The Glass Community website is the place to exchange messages with other Glass users if you [more…]

3 Popular Google Apps for Glass

Because Glass is a Google product, it makes sense that Google made some of its most popular apps available for Glass on the day the device was released. [more…]

2 Social and Connectivity Apps for Google Glass

Some interesting apps let you use Google Glass to keep apprised of what’s happening, communicate with people who don’t speak your language, and access your Facebook account. [more…]

3 Useful Utilities for Google Glass

Several Google Glass utility apps help make your life a little bit easier. Here are a couple of examples of utility apps for you to consider. [more…]

2 Games and Leisure Apps for Google Glass

Google believes that you can play as hard as you work on Glass, so a good many apps allow you to enjoy your hobbies and down time. Following are a couple of leisure apps that you can download and check [more…]

10 Things Not to Do with Google Glass

As soon as early adopters of Google Glass, called Glass Explorers, began to wear their Glass devices out and about, the computing media started to comment about how they saw Explorers using their devices [more…]

10 Ways to Make New Friends with Google Glass

If you need to connect with other Google Glass users because you have a problem or issue and want to see how other users have handled it, or because you have a desire to connect with other Glass users, [more…]

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