Otherwise the watch won't function. You should see the blue lock icon on the watch face: Touch the face and put in your security code: You should be good to go. Oh, you were laughing about rebooting the watch. Check the Wi-Fi connection Check to make sure your iPhone and Apple watch are both connected to an active internet connection then test it by creating a test contact to see if it syncs in all your devices. If getting the radios going gets everything else going, awesome. Bluetooth requires the two devices to be within 30 feet of each other or they will disconnect. So it just re-displays the old, stale, broken event data, and won't just do what I want!! Watch Open the Calendar app on your Apple Watch Reduce the number of Calendars from your account If I have about 30 Calendars setup on one of my Google email account then I will reduce the number to 5 Restart your device.
Bring the phone to the animation on the watch and once the phone is recognized, the sync will be successful. The Apple Watch will connect to your iPhone via Bluetooth, so the Bluetooth radio on your iPhone needs to be turned on. Force quit all the things Once both the iPhone and Apple Watch apps are properly installed and updated, they still need to communicate with each other. To do these follow the next steps: Step 1: Press and hold the Side button until you see the Power off slider appear. Hold press the side button and follow the usual steps. Turn it on if it's not already turned on by pressing and holding the side button until the screen lights up.
My biggest question is how exactly do I use this feature? Are you saying you get different behavior from this button? I am missing something here. And if you still have your old iPhone, here's how unpair your Apple Watch: Open the Watch app on your iPhone, tap the My Watch tab and then tap Apple Watch at the top. If restarts, force quits, and un-pairing didn't solve your problem, it might be time to visit your local and have them try and address it. Usually it updated a few minutes up to an hour later. Many Apple users may complain of iPhone contacts not syncing with Apple watch on a few occasions.
Click the Digital Crown on Apple Watch, then swipe around to the Music app which matches the same app on iPhone. In those cases, you may have to re-pair your Apple Watch. Your watch and phone will automatically sync. The Bottom Line If you ever unpair the Apple Watch, it will wipe the data and start over like a totally new Apple Watch. It saves settings, customized watch faces and more, but deletes your Apple Pay data for safety. It turns out that Google Calendar has a feature that lets you see others' calendars overlaid with your own.
I've spent the last few days trouble shooting and here's what I've figured out! Swipe up from the bottom of the screen and tap the Bluetooth button to turn it on. So basically, it feels like a button that's disconnected, and thus has no effect. It just shows the alerting options, nothing about which account to display, and certainly nothing as fine-grained as which calendar to display within the accounts. However, the Apple watch will on occasions experience iPhone contacts not syncing with Apple watch. If everything isn't working the way it should, you can try turning the extension on and then off.
If you choose no, you also can manually install them or other apps you like latter with Apple Watch app. Setting this up is very simple! This article was co-authored by our trained team of editors and researchers who validated it for accuracy and comprehensiveness. Set Up and Pair Apple Watch with iPhone — Step 1 Step 2: Tap on Start Pairing on your iPhone, and then a yellow box will appear in the center of your iPhone. Steve Sorry you are having so much trouble with your Calendars. This should fix most basic problems, but just in case you run into trouble a regular restart won't fix, you can also — just hold down the Digital Crown and side button simultaneously for ~10 seconds. Step 2: Click on the My watch tab. Both need to be on for Pokémon Go on iPhone to talk with Pokémon Go on Apple Watch.
Do you mean, on your iPhone? Step 3: On the My watch tab click on the My watch on top. When you first get your Apple Watch, you'll want to unbox it, then place it on the charger to ensure that it has enough juice during the setup and sync phase, since the watch won't be fully charged when you get it. I am also having calendar sync issues. Step 5: Agree to all terms and set up a passcode When done, you'll be asked to accept terms and conditions, Siri, diagnostics, and approve your device via iCloud. This isn't required, but will give you access to some of the more advanced Apple Watch features like Apple Pay, which allows you to pay at supported registers using just your watch.
Try using apps that require Watch to pull information from iPhone; if everything appears fine, move to the next step. Point the iPhone camera at the pattern on the watch screen. If you have set up once before, you can tap Restore from Backup on your iPhone to proceed. Normally, your Apple Watch simply acts as the control for music playing on your iPhone. This blog post should first serve as a public service announcement: Before you sell, erase, lose or otherwise divest yourself of your current iPhone and move to a new iPhone, Apple Watch wearers should unpair their Apple Watch from their old iPhone. In the first instance, you can resolve the issue by restarting your Apple Watch. If you're curious about other troubleshooting tips, holler in the comments or on our page.