Samsung has stopped rolling out the problematic Galaxy Watch 4 update, fix coming soon
some Galaxy Watch 4 owners were You have a rather terrifying problem After updating their watch to the latest released firmware update (R8xxXXU1GVI3). As mentioned earlier, both the Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic have an issue that prevents them from turning on once they are turned off, forcing users to ensure their watch is charged enough to stay on.
A new update is being worked on with a fix
The issue does not affect everyone, but it affects enough people that Samsung has now stopped rolling out the update in different markets and will soon release a new update with a fix. Samsung UAE, Samsung Netherlands, and others have all confirmed the same thing, although none have given a specific time frame for when the next update that fixes the problem will arrive.
We can only hope that it doesn’t take too long, because, once again, this is not an easily overlooked issue that requires affected users to monitor their Galaxy Watch 4’s battery levels, which can be tricky considering how hard it is. hours You don’t have the amazing battery life of your old Samsung watches which was powered by the company’s internal Tizen platform rather than Google Wear OS 3.
Even for those whose watches are on the above firmware version (you can check the watch settings app, under About » Program Information section) and you had no problem turning the clock off and back on again, we recommend keeping it running until a new software update starts. We’ll be sure to let you know as soon as this update is released, so be sure to check back and follow us on our social media channels.
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