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03Apr
2015
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How to use google glass on Android

Posted by :samanthakahn


The Google - MyGlass app helps set up your Glass and adds a few other features like identifying your location for turn-by-turn directions, sending and receiving SMS messages, screencasting your Glass display, and more. 

Get My Glass from the Google Play store. You'll need Android OS 4.0.3 (Ice Cream Sandwich) or higher.

No matter however you view Google Glass, you cannot help however be a trifle inquisitive about how it all works. What’s the program like? How does one navigate from app to app, from page to page? Because of this post on the Glass Explorers Google+ page, the simplest way for users to run Google Glass on their Android devices.

Setup

Set up Wi-Fi:

  • Tap the menu button in the top left corner, and select Device.
  • Tap the Wi-Fi icon in the top right corner. From the list, select your wireless network.
  • Enter your wireless network password and select OK.

 

Pairing and connecting Glass with your phone using Bluetooth:

  • On your Glass device, in the Settings bundle, open the Bluetooth card. Select Android.
  • On the MyGlass app, open the side navigation drawer, and select Device.
  • Select Pair with Glass. Your phone will now search for your device.
  • Select your device from the list to pair. Make sure the confirmation code on the app matches the one on the Glass display.

 

Glass should now be connected to your MyGlass app, letting you use Glass as a Bluetooth headset, as well as use features like SMS and directions.

Source:Google Support

Tag(s) : Google Glass, How to, how to use google glass, iphone, google glass in iPhone, Android,    


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  1. oliverstone276  - April 11, 2015

    Thanks for the information. Actually I was facing a problem of connecting Wi-Fi in my Google Glass. This information will surely help me in this regard. Thank you.

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