Let's see how this works in my home network later today!
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The one we got at I/O didn't have this extra safety sticker directly on the Q btw.
Also, could you post the system-infos later, would be interesting to see if they are the same like the I/O-Qs
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Not an over-priced product?
Let's wait for +Arvid Bux' update first..
+Gunther Furlong well in the end I got it for "free". Google is now working on a better version
OK..I see potential +Arvid Bux .. I hope the next version is better… will await your review.
Functionality may still have some way to go, but looks are awesome right out from the door
+Gerwin Sturm I assume from a settings menu?
+Arvid Bux that (but you'll have to side-load a launcher to view it) or you fetch the /system/build.prop via adb
You will have to activate USB-debugging either way. Since it's not so obvious: You have to activate USB-debugging on your phone/tablet before you can activate USB-debugging for the Q in the Nexus Q app.
I think you could also start the settings app directly via adb but I'm not sure what the correct intent to call would be
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