Would you guys be able to update the changelogs for Glass. (https://support.google.com/glass/answer/6035762?hl=en&ref_topic=6031898). You only have up until 17.2 listed.
17.3 was a HUGE update that helped many with stability and many of us are loving the “Glance” function however we are in the dark when it comes to other changes.
17.31 was just released today and I honestly have no idea on what this does.
You guys used to be real proactive on the changelogs however this seems to have been slipping lately. This is a bit of a shame as I used to read them with excitement when XE8, XE9, XE10…. etc came out.
XE17.2 release notes – Google Glass Help
Shared to the community Glass Explorers – Public+1’d by: Corey Miecielica, Cell Zealot, Marc Konchar, Michael Interbartolo, Chris TurveyBrian Buquoi – 2014-06-07 22:42:44-0400According to the forums 17.31 was a bugfix for all the people having issues with 17.3 – https://www.glass-community.com/t5/Discussions/Issues-with-XE17-3/m-p/131044#U131044Cell Zealot – 2014-06-08 10:30:26-0400I dare say this update has finally fixed the BT/WiFi radio driver bug that has been plaguing Glass since the KK update with XE16. The lack of clear and concise information throughout this cycle of updates has been extremely frustrating. I am hoping that the fact that they seem to have squashed a major bug will make them more forthcoming and less defensive and lead to greater transparency again with the community.
It has been less than 24 hrs though and I have been well trained by recent experience to expect random issues to arise.
It is the inconsistent and unpredictable nature of the problems which gives it the “voodoo” aspect that I hate so much and it feels like the Glass team has done very little to dispel that notion.
Nonetheless, I am very glad to have a functional device again to get back to enjoying some less fraught and encumbered exploring.Google Glass – 2014-06-17 20:30:00-0400Hey +Keith I Myers, sorry for the delayed reply here. We were a few days behind, but the release notes are up to date now.