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AsteroidOS: Open source smartwatch operating system that can replace Android Wear (on some watches)

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But AsteroidOS is different… because it’s a community-driven free and open source operating system that you can install yourself, potentially giving you more control over the software that runs on your wearable devices.

AsteroidOS is a community-driven project that’s still in the early stages of development. But you can already install it on the original LG G Watch.

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