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Galaxy Watch 4 - Right Wrist

(Topic created on: 20-10-2021 02:47 PM)
Danielv95
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Hi everyone, 

Hoping someone has a solution to this. I want to wear my watch on my right hand as I am a lefty here. Is there a way to flip the screen so the buttons are inward and button actions will flip. If this is not a possibility, that's pretty sad since this is something Apple has had for a while now and seems like such a simple feature.

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MrJackieWackie
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I could be wrong but from what I know there currently isn't a way to flip the screen around. It's seems like it's been specifically designed for the keys to be on the right hand side of the watch but I agree this does seem like such a simple feature you would expect to have
Stefan12321
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I want the buttons OUTWARD, aka to the wrist because how can You be symmetric otherwise, microphone , fat measurment with the 2 fingers holding the buttons etc .

IF You want the buttons INWARD aka away from wrist just put the watch on normaly.It would be so easy to program. I dont know if the measurments somehow dont work correctly if flipped 180 degrees

 

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Kyle R
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There seems to be an app that does this and flips for left handed people, however the comments and reviews are indicating it might not work with the Watch4 yet: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mutau.lefty

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Lefty developer
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Hi, I'm the Lefty app developer.

I released the newest version app and now it can invert the screen of Galaxy Watch 4.

I would really appreciate it if you would try it (It's for free). Honestly there are bugs. (when the screen goes ambient mode while tiles is shown, the screen go back to original orientation) But I assume that it is more helpful than nothing.

WelshPaul
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I am wearing my Watch 4 on my right hand as I am waiting for the left one to heal after the Watch burned it! I was wondering earlier today if this was possible or not... Will give the app a try!


My advice comes from being a UK Samsung phone user.

Current Devices:
  • Samsung S21 Ultra 5G 256Gb > Model: SM-G998B/DS.
  • Samsung Galaxy Watch4 Classic > Model: SM-R890NZSAEUA.
  • Samsung Galaxy Buds+ > Model: SM-R175.
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KathleenMcCarthy
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Will the screen orientate back to left hand wearing if I leave the app installed? Thanks!

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