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Google Glass For Dummies by Robert Stepisnik, Eric Butow

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Chapter 16

Keeping Your Glass in Top Condition

In This Chapter

arrow Treating the device with care

arrow Keeping Glass fully charged

arrow Upgrading the operating system

Success is a science; if you have the conditions, you get the result.

— Oscar Wilde

Glass is a rugged piece of technology that can handle the rigors of day-to-day use. Over and over every day, you put Glass on and take it off, press your finger to the touchpad, and use the camera to take plenty of pictures and videos.

As with any other piece of technology, you need to know how to treat your device kindly so you can enjoy it for years to come. For one thing, you need to protect it from various hazards. The frame (and perhaps more) will break if you forget to take Glass off your couch before your large indoor dog sits on it. (And the dog will sit on it.)

You also need to know how to store Glass properly, purchase genuine Glass replacement parts, keep the device fully charged, and keep the operating system updated so you can get the most out of your device. We show you how in this chapter.

Handling 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 ...

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