We knew this would come eventually. Our friends over at Android Police have come across a system dump for two versions of the Google Glass software. As you know Project Glass got an update yesterday. It’s actually fairly hard to find a system dump of Glass software, as Ron from Android Police said in his post.
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We’ve seen that Project Glass is supposedly all about hacking and experimentation, hence the huge price tag for developers only. We’re hoping that Google will officially post the code for Glass so that developers can experiment with the code and do some pretty cool things with it.
The download links below are from Android Police so make sure you thank those guys for them.
You can grab the original 285.7MB version of the Glass software, XE4, from our list of mirrors:
And the brand new, updated, 298.9MB XE5 version from any of these fine bit shifters:
How many of our readers have Project Glass? Probably not to many of you, but I’m sure many of you are hoping to get your hands on a pair very soon right? Well go ahead and do some experimenting with the code, and let us know what your able to do with it. We’d definitely like to see what you’re able to do with all of this code. It’s pretty interesting to see that the files are larger than stock Android system dumps.
Source: Android Police