22-09-2022 03:05 PM in
22-09-2022 03:15 PM in
The best for going to bed is to activate the 'bedtime' and 'do not disturb' modes in the quick panel.
It helps so the watch does not light up every time one moves the arm and ungodly hours notifications.
22-09-2022 03:26 PM in
22-09-2022 03:44 PM in
Ah! In that case you deserve it for having the time to rest on the bed at this time. 😀😀😀
In a more serious note, I did test on mine, I rubbed it with a pillow and it does not react at all. Could it be that you are touching with some part of the your body? Saying that, if I tried to get into the apps by using my hand or arm, the watch does not react either. It worked with my elbow.
22-09-2022 04:07 PM - last edited 22-09-2022 04:08 PM
22-09-2022 04:26 PM in
@IndiW: It may be the case that you're pressing and holding the Home or Back button when you rest your arm under your head/pillow, and this is what's causing the issue. With this in mind, please try heading to Settings > Advanced features > Customise keys, and explore your current settings to see if it's set up to launch Watch Faces when you press and hold or double tap the Home or Back button.
You may also wish to add a lock screen option to prevent accidental interactions with the screen and buttons. To do this, head to Settings > Security > Lock type. Let me know how you get on.
22-09-2022 05:40 PM in
22-09-2022 06:14 PM in
This happens to me if I am just sitting with my arm resting on my leg and the watch face is activated by my leg through the trousers (pants for the Americans). This never happened with the Fitbit so the touch screen on the GW4 must be very sensitive.