20141016 Sharing This As Public For All Of Those

Keith I MyersKeith I Myers2014-10-16 09:57:00-0400 – Updated: 2014-10-16 09:57:00-0400Sharing this as public for all of those who are not in the Glass CommunityOriginally shared by Keith I Myers+Google Glass – I got the update to XE22 this morning and was a bit disappointed to see this message. It appears that your cannot use Glass and Android Wear at the same time if you wish to have notifications sent to Glass. 

This is a problem for 2 reasons
– It cuts off all connectivity to my LG G Watch when enabeled. It is not just no notifications but I also cannot access any other function on the watch that is dependant on a connection to my phone (Music controls/Google Now Cards/Keep/Notes/etc). It essentially is like disabling Bluetooth. 
-I love to wear Glass but there are times that I dont, such as in a closed door meeting. I still love having notifications on my watch. The process to toggle between devices is a bit convoluted. +Google Glass - I got the update to XE22 this morning and was a bit disappointed to see this message. It appears that your cannot use Glass and Android Wear at the same time if you wish to have notifications sent to Glass.

This is a problem for 2 reasons
- It cuts off all connectivity to my LG G Watch when enabeled. It is not just no notifications but I also cannot access any other function on the watch that is dependant on a connection to my phone (Music controls/Google Now Cards/Keep/Notes/etc). It essentially is like disabling Bluetooth.
-I love to wear Glass but there are times that I dont, such as in a closed door meeting. I still love having notifications on my watch. The process to toggle between devices is a bit convoluted. 

+Google Glass – I got the update to XE22 this morning and was a bit disappointed to see this message. It appears that your cannot use Glass and Android Wear at the same time if you wish to have notifications sent to Glass.This is a problem for 2 reasons- It cuts off all connectivity to my LG G Watch when enabeled. It is not just no notifications but I also cannot access any other function on the watch that is dependant on a connection to my phone (Music controls/Google Now Cards/Keep/Notes/etc). It essentially is like disabling Bluetooth.-I love to wear Glass but there are times that I dont, such as in a closed door meeting. I still love having notifications on my watch. The process to toggle between devices is a bit convoluted. 

Shared with: Public, Chris Pugrud+1’d by: Jonathan Schipper, Mario Antonetti, Joseph Cappellino, Chris Pugrud, Killa Gaming, Alex Gonzalez, Wayne Drescher Jr., Robert WarrenChris Pugrud – 2014-10-16 10:53:09-0400Looks like I’m going o have to hang Glass off one phone and the 360 off the other.Keith I Myers – 2014-10-16 10:54:10-0400+Chris Pugrud – Thats only the case if you want notifications sent to both devices. 

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