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Just released this today.
It's free, check it out!
http://goo.gl/n0uVYV

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Hi everyone, I just published a new app called  Find My Watch For Android Wear. It uses the traditional method of flashing the screen and vibrating the watch, but it also uses a UNIQUE method for finding the lost watch by utilizing the watch's microphone. The sound picked up by the watch is streamed to the phone and you can call out to the watch and hear yourself get louder and louder as you walk around until you have found your lost watch watch!

The app is free, so check it out!
http://goo.gl/n0uVYV

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Hi everyone, I just published a new app called  Find My Watch For Android Wear. It uses the traditional method of flashing the screen and vibrating the watch, but it also uses a UNIQUE method for finding the lost watch by utilizing the watch's microphone. The sound picked up by the watch is streamed to the phone and you can call out to the watch and hear yourself get louder and louder as you walk around until you have found your lost watch watch!

The app is free, so check it out!
http://goo.gl/n0uVYV

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Just made a new Android Wear app! Check it out

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I just published a new app called  Spy Mic For Android Wear. It runs on the watch in the background and live streams the audio picked up by the watch's mic to your phone!

Check it out on Google Play http://goo.gl/YYHJ0l

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I just published a new app called  Spy Mic For Android Wear. It runs on the watch in the background and live streams the audio picked up by the watch's mic to your phone!

Check it out on Google Play http://goo.gl/YYHJ0l
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Does anyone know the supported AudioRecord sample rates for any or all of the wear devices? I have an LG G Watch R and it supports everything from 4,000Hz all the way up to 48,000Hz and everything in between. Everything in between meaning that I can literally set the sample rate to any whole Integer between 4,000 and 48,000. For example 5,361 would work fine. This behavior is very different from other android devices such as most phones, including Nexus 5. I ask because I am working on a wear app which utilizes different sample rates for recording. I know that I can use AudioRecord.getMinBufferSize() with a specific sample rate and if the returned value is in the negative then the sample rate is not supported, but I'm just wondering because if on some watches only the standard sample rates are supported then I'm going to redesign my app.

Here are some standard more common supported sample rates for audio record

Nexus 5
8000
11025
12000
16000
22050
24000
32000
44100
48000

Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1
8000
11025
16000
22050
32000
44100
48000

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When did this come out?!

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