As part of the December Feature Drop, for the Pixel Watch Google released the first on-device OTA update. Assuming that whenever you are not getting updates on your Wear OS then you need to download the OTA.
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For some Pixel Watch users, the December 2022 update began rolling out yesterday afternoon. In the event that it’s not promptly accessible, open the Settings application > look down to Framework at the exceptionally base > open Framework refreshes.
Continue tapping the top watch icon with a checkmark in the middle of the screen that says Your watch is up to date. You can tap it slowly or press it repeatedly in rapid succession. The screen will reload after a few seconds, and the update will begin downloading.
Wear OS 3 keeps this track, which was a staple on Wear OS 2. You’ll notice as you move through the update screens that some UI elements have not yet been updated.
Sincerely, it is absurd that this technique functions on all of the devices we examined. In my situation, I’ve gone through the last day hanging tight for this Pixel Watch update to download and nothing happened when I essentially explored the screen.
Wear OS should simply create an actual user interface for it, similar to the visible “Check for update” button on Pixel phones, if Google continues to use this trick.
Disabling Bluetooth Settings > Connectivity to force Wi-Fi means that the OTA will download quickly on the road. Additionally, I’ve noticed that you don’t need to charge your Pixel Watch as long as its battery life is well above 50%.
Lastly, despite this, it was worth it to follow Google’s advice because the update process used about 10% of my battery life.
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