The first thing you need to know about your new Android Wear smartwatch is that it’s a big, complicated beast.
There are a whole bunch of sensors and a whole lot of buttons.
Most of that is connected via Bluetooth and NFC, but there’s also the aforementioned microphone and accelerometer, the proximity sensor, and a camera.
These are the sensors you’ll use most, so let’s take a look at each of them and see how they work.
Bluetooth and RF: Bluetooth is the basic communication protocol, and it’s the one that’s been used for most of the Android Wear watches.
It’s a standard Bluetooth connection that’s used to connect the device to a computer, phone, tablet, and other devices.
Android Wear devices don’t use Bluetooth.
When you buy a new Android wear watch, you can choose whether you want to use Bluetooth for all of its sensors, or just for the sensor that is most important to you.
If you’re using a smartwatch with Bluetooth, it will automatically connect to the computer, and you can connect your phone to that device’s NFC chip, which allows you to use it with Android Wear as a Bluetooth headset.
If Bluetooth is turned on, you’ll need to connect your watch to a wireless network, and the watch will then connect to your phone via Bluetooth.
You’ll see this process on your watch screen in a couple of different ways: if you click on “Watch Connect,” you’ll see the Bluetooth LED light on the watch face change color; if you tap on “Home,” you will see the watch’s home screen turn into a home screen that looks like this: Now, if you want more info about Bluetooth, you should read up on the technical details of the protocol.
Here’s a quick rundown of what each of the sensors does: When you connect Bluetooth to your Android Wear device, it turns the watch into a Bluetooth Bluetooth headset, which means that it’ll allow you to send and receive audio and text messages through your Android device.
You can also use Bluetooth to connect to an Android Wear app on your Android phone or tablet, or to a speaker.
Android can use your Android smartwatch’s microphone to determine your location, so you can send voice commands to your smartwatch to control your Android smartphone or tablet.
You also can use Bluetooth in conjunction with a speaker, which is great for listening to music or watching movies on the go.
You could also use your smart watch to control a computer with a simple phone call.
You may want to turn Bluetooth off in your watch, as you don’t need the ability to communicate with your phone through the device.
When Bluetooth is on, the Bluetooth headset lights will blink and vibrate a little bit.
If your Android Watch has a microphone, it’ll also light up a little blue light, indicating that you can hear what the phone is saying.
If there’s Bluetooth enabled, it also turns on the microphone.
If it’s turned off, you won’t hear anything, but it’s always turned on.
If the Bluetooth device is a smartphone, you will hear the vibration on the device’s screen.
If a Bluetooth device has a speaker in it, it can also make a sound when you call it.
If someone calls your phone while you’re wearing a Bluetooth watch, the microphone will vibrate when the phone rings.
It’ll also vibrate on the speaker’s side, and on the bottom of the speaker.
NFC: NFC (Near Field Communication) is a standard communication protocol that uses Bluetooth to allow a device to communicate and send data to another device.
NFC is also the most common way for Android Wear to communicate to Android.
The difference between NFC and Bluetooth is that NFC is a data protocol, while Bluetooth is a wireless protocol.
NFC lets you use NFC to transfer data from one device to another, while using Bluetooth for transmitting data.
NFC allows you and a friend to transfer files between your devices, or download apps and games from the internet.
NFC works well when your device has NFC functionality, as it’ll automatically detect the NFC tag on your phone, and then automatically transfer data between your two devices using Bluetooth.
The only problem is that Bluetooth isn’t a standard for NFC devices.
Bluetooth doesn’t have NFC functionality.
NFC uses a hardware feature called Touch ID.
Bluetooth does have NFC capability, but Touch ID is not a standard.
Bluetooth uses a different technology called NFC Read, but NFC Read doesn’t work as well as Touch ID, and NFC Read isn’t an official standard.
NFC doesn’t automatically work if your phone has NFC support, and Bluetooth doesn, either.
NFC has an optional NFC chip that will connect to Android Wear, but the chip has NFC capabilities and can’t connect to a Bluetooth phone.
NFC chips are a big deal for the smartwatch, because you can use them to connect multiple devices to your device.
If they’re connected to Bluetooth, they’ll be able to use NFC for data transfer, and if