GameFace Labs may very well be the furthest along in the quest to create a mobile VR headset. Based on Android, GameFace Labs has been working hard to iterate on their prototypes, their latest is the first VR headset (mobile or tethered) to include a 2.5K display, with 78% more pixels than 1080p based VR headsets like the Oculus Rift DK2. And they’ve got even more surprises up their sleeve.
Since the update I have restarted both devices, repaired Glass and iPhone, and disabled/re enabled tethering on the phone.
On Glass all I ever see now is 'Bluetooth, no data'.
Prior to XE16 I never had an issue.
I'd send a vignette as a screenshot but... you know... no data.
The creator of 'PostOffice' the jailbroken app that let's you forward iOS notifications to Glass, has finally updated the app for iOS 7 and the iPhone 5S. However, it now requires users to provide their own Client ID / Client Secret. I'm not a developer and I'm having a hard time getting this set up right. Can anyone assist?
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