Your one-stop shop for Android Wear how-tos

Here's how to do everything with your new Android Wear watch.

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Getting used to Android Wear will take some time, unless you're following the link below. James Martin/CNET

Android Wear is Google's Android-based operating system specifically designed for smart watches. The first devices running the OS are already available, including the LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live. The Moto 360 does not yet have an official release date.

As with any new operating system it'll take some time for you to get comfortable with its ins and outs. That is, unless you use our handy guide.

Below is a list of how to do everything on Android Wear that we know. Look for more how-tos to be added over the coming weeks. If you don't see what you're looking for, let us know in the comments.

Pay for coffee at Starbucks using Android Wear

Use Android Wear as a remote shutter button

How to check if your device is Android Wear-compatible

How to set up an Android Wear watch

How to take a screenshot on Android Wear

Get to know notifications on Android Wear

How to use quick replies on Android Wear

How to check for software updates on Android Wear

Launch apps on Android Wear

A better method for launching apps on Android Wear

Change the watch face on Android Wear

Keep your Android Wear watch from lighting up a dark room

 

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