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TechCrunch – 4k-capable Google Chrome and Google Glass apps are the latest thing to be reported as potentially causing problems for your pup.
A report on Reddit today claims that Google has been unable to get Google Glass-enabled devices working properly for users of Chrome OS, and Google Chrome will sometimes not launch.
“This issue has been reported to us by users of the Google Chrome OS device,” the Reddit thread reads.
“We have no evidence that this is related to any other issues.”
“We’re aware of the reports and will be looking into them,” a Google spokesperson told TechCrunch.
Google’s Glass-powered devices are compatible with the Chrome OS operating system.
The Google Glass SDK is also being updated to work with the operating system, and the SDK now supports the “puppy-friendly” ChromeOS.
Google Glass is the company’s attempt to take the next step in wearable computing.
It’s not just a way to have an Android-powered virtual assistant or a phone or tablet that works with apps.
It can also be used as a wearable device for controlling your dog or cat.
Google has made a few apps for Google Glass, including the Google Dog app, which uses a camera to look up and give you directions.
The app was released back in February.
Google hasn’t said what the problems are related to, and its Glass SDK hasn’t been updated since then.
However, Reddit has been able to replicate some of the problems on the Google Glass app and found that Glass-capability issues persist in the latest version of the app.
“I am experiencing issues with Glass on Chrome OS,” user mikebob wrote.
“There is no Google Glass support in my Chromebook.”
“I have been running Glass on the Chromebox for a few weeks now, and there are some issues with the app.”
“The problem appears to be a lack of native support for the Glass SDK,” user brian wrote.
However that’s not the only problem.
“The Glass app crashes every time it tries to start,” user tom_b wrote.
I am experiencing Glass on my Chromebook.
It crashes every times it tries, and then every time when it boots up, it crashes again.
It also fails to show a warning if I try to start the app again.
I’m also seeing an error when trying to launch the Glass app.
I can’t even tell what version of Glass I have.
“It’s not uncommon for Glass apps to crash on Chromebooks and even run in the background,” user kristin said.
“These are serious problems.”
Google’s response to the problems is to issue a “bug fix” update that will fix the issue.
Google says that the fix is “expected to take approximately two weeks to deploy.”
The update should also fix other Glass-related issues.
However Reddit’s reports are not yet conclusive, and Reddit users are still trying to track down the problem.
As of now, Google is still investigating the issue, but they’re not saying anything about the cause of the problem or how long it’s been there.
“Google Glass is currently experiencing a bug where the Glass API is unable to properly load the Glassware,” a spokesperson for the Google Developer Program told Tech Crunch.
“As of this writing, the Glass development team is actively working to resolve this issue.
We will be updating Glass to fix this issue as soon as we can.”
Google says it’s working on a fix and will release an update to the Glass platform as soon the issue is fixed.