How to: Sideload Google Glass apps using ChromeADB for Mac and Windows

We recently published two articles walking you through how to sideload apps onto Google Glass using ADB on both Mac and Windows. Both of these methods, on each respective system,  used built-in software (besides the SDK itself) that you can use without any prior configuration. Today, though, we’re going to walk you through an easier way to accomplish the same outcome via an app called ChromeADB. The app is a piece of Chrome software made by BrickSimple, which allows you to easily access ADB functions in a more user-friendly way–and with an awesome UI!  Continue reading “How to: Sideload Google Glass apps using ChromeADB for Mac and Windows”

How to: Sideload Google Glass apps using ADB on Windows

Every day it seems there are more and more awesome apps being released by developers, but many are not – and may never be – listed as official Glassware by Google . So how exactly does one sideload an app to Google Glass using Windows? Installing–or “sideloading” as it is more commonly referred to–an app may seem like a daunting task to those who have not done it before, but it’s a pretty simple process provided a little care is taken and you have some amount of familiarity with basic Windows commands. Today, I will be providing you with the steps needed in order to successfully sideload an app onto Google Glass using Windows. Continue reading “How to: Sideload Google Glass apps using ADB on Windows”