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Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 March 2024 update brings Heath View support 

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Samsung is rolling out a new update for the Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic devices, which installs the latest March 2024 update and brings Health View support. Yes, after the Galaxy Watch 6 and Watch 5 series, workout integration for Samsung TV is also available for Watch 4.

Hence, after installing the latest update, when users connect their Galaxy Watch 4 or the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic with a Samsung TV or smart monitor launched this year, will be able to see workout data from their watch on the big screen for seamless visuals and better understanding.

Other than this, the March 2024 update will improve the security and stability grades of the smartwatches resulting in a more appropriate interpretation. The update may also resolve common bugs and exploits that have been discovered, ensuring a hassle-free performance.

Moving on, the March 2024 update for Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 4 Classic is rolling out with version R860XXU1HXB7 and R870XXU1HXB7 respectively. Simultaneously, it is available in South Korea at the moment, however, the update will expand to more region users in the coming weeks.

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However, if you reside in Samsung’s backyard and using the fourth-generation Galaxy Watch model, then upgrade it to the latest version now and enjoy an optimized user experience. To download the update connect your Galaxy Watch to your smartphone and visit Settings >> Software Update >> Download and install.

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No More Restarts: Samsung fixes Galaxy Watch 4/5/6 ‘Digital Neon’ issue

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Some Samsung Galaxy Watch users have reported an issue where their watches restart intermittently while using the ‘Digital Neon’ watch face. This issue is mainly noted on Galaxy Watch 4, Galaxy Watch 5, and Galaxy Watch 6 series.

To address this, Samsung has released an update for the ‘Digital Neon’ watch face through the Galaxy Wearable app. This update aims to resolve the unexpected restarts experienced by users.

How to update the Digital Neon Watch Face?

To update the Digital Neon Watch Face on your device, need to follow a few easy steps”

  • Open the Galaxy Wearable app on your connected smartphone.
  • Access the watch screen section in the app.
  • Find the ‘Digital Neon’ watch face.
  • Tap on ‘Digital Neon’ and select the option to update.

By updating the latest ‘Digital Neon’ watch face version through the Galaxy Wearable app, users can get rid of the issue of intermittent restarts.

It’s important to ensure both the Galaxy Wearable app and your watch software are up to date to prevent such problems in the future. This update brings compatibility and stability improvements across your Samsung Galaxy Watch 4, Galaxy 5, and Galaxy 6 series.

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 gets Plugin update amid One UI 6 Watch Beta

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Plugin is getting a new update with version 2.2.11.24052951. This update resolves issues encountered in previous versions for better connectivity.

The latest update of the Galaxy Watch 4 Plugin mainly focuses on bug fixes to improve overall app stability. It enhances the user experience without introducing new features or changes.

The Plugin offers the connection between Galaxy Watch 4 series smartwatches and the Galaxy Wearable app on your smartphone. It enables users to personalize and manage various settings on their watches, including watch faces, notifications, apps, and health features.

With the latest update, the company ensures smoother functionality and reliability when using the Galaxy Watch 4 or Galaxy Watch 4 Classic with the Galaxy Wearable app.

If you own Galaxy Watch 4, you can download the updated Plugin via the Galaxy Store to benefit from these improvements. The update is available for download directly from the specified third-party app source link.

Last week, Samsung released the One UI 6 Beta update for the Galaxy Watch 6 series, which allows users to enjoy new features and enhancements ahead of the official release. It introduced several new features, mainly powered by Galaxy AI.

One UI 6 Watch Beta Features: A New Era of Smartwatch Experience with Galaxy AI

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 may launch soon, gains Indonesian certification

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Samsung may launch a new smartwatch lineup at next month’s Unpacked event. Meanwhile, Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Watch 7 gained Indonesia Telecom Certification. It confirms that the smartwatch is coming to the Indonesian market, following its debut at Unpacked.

Indonesia Telecom reveals that Galaxy Watch 7 carries model number SM-L300. The smartwatch will be available in four variants; with different sizes and networks. Model numbers SM-L300 and SM-L310 correspond to WiFi-only, while SM-L305 and SM-L315 could be LTE connectivity variants.

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The certification doesn’t reveal any specs or features besides the model number. However, previous reports revealed that the Watch 7 will support 15W wireless charging. The company’s first 3nm Exynos chip will also be used to enhance power efficiency and performance.

Galaxy Watch Ultra

Besides Standard and Classis, Samsung will launch its first Galaxy Watch Ultra at the event. The smartwatch will have a Watch 5 Pro-like big battery for long-lasting use. It will have more advanced dust and water resistance capabilities for sea divers.

The Ultra model would have a more robust build design, featuring the same circular battery but inside a squarish frame. The Korean tech giant aims to compete with Apple’s Watch Ultra product lineup by bringing the Ultra variant to its own Galaxy Watch lineup.

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