As many of you may know, there's currently no native way to screenshot an Android Wear device, and at this point it's pretty cumbersome to need to get to a computer to run ADB just to get a screenshot.
I've managed to at least remove the need for a computer, as long as your phone (or whatever your watch is paired with) is rooted, through a simple script I threw together, wearcap. It properly loop-back connects to your device and then connects to the watch over ADB. I'm sure this can be made into an actual app, but I don't care enough or have the time to do it. All you need to do is run it as root with whatever terminal app you desire. Wearcap assumes you've done all the necessary USB debugging settings, which can be found below. Screenshots are saved in /sdcard/Pictures/Screenshots/ on your device and then removed from the watch.
wipe 3 times, one of those "affected one device years ago and has become legend" kind of things.
Believe it or not, there WAS a legitimate reason for wiping 3 times in history - Old versions of CWM (supposedly 220.127.116.11 based on doing some searching, and the issue was fixed with 3.1.x and newer) on the Epic 4G (not any other devices to my knowledge...) would fail to actually perform the wipe operation, and it would do so silently.
As a Verizon customer, I am currently presented with the option 2 modern Android phones with a stock Android experience on them...I feel conflicted, confused, and excited, because I have a choice for the first time in...ever?
What is going on with Verizon? First they back off with the unlimited LTE throttling, now they authorize another Nexus phone on their network? Is this the end of the world? Are we all going to die?