Hi.. when ever I take any calls on phone I can see an option to transfer the phone to my galaxy watch 4 and I am able to take calls in watch loudspeaker.even though watch is connected to galaxy buds pro the calls always works in loudspeaker...i have enabled both calls and audio output to my headset in the watch settings..tried with bose 700 headphones and it's the same issue.. any solutions?
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(LTE version only.)
I just figured out why it wouldn't work with calls. For me, the solve was to disconnect the Bluetooth connection between the watch and my phone. My watch is now a stand alone, I then connected to my Bluetooth earbuds and made a call. It worked. I could hear through my earbuds. I could also hear music through spotify.
@sparkyram: When the call come through, can you try accepting/answering it on the Watch 4 by pressing the green phone symbol, as opposed to answering the call on your phone? If this doesn't help, check the Quick Panel on the watch to ensure that the headset is connected (it should show a headphone symbol with the Bluetooth 'B' as one of the earphones). If it isn't connected, head to Settings > Connections > Bluetooth > Bluetooth Audio to select the headset from here.
I have the same issue, have not found a solution yet.
(Using OnePlus 5t and 1More headphones, Spotify is working great, but not calls)
Same here. Seems like a common issue that might need a fix.
spotify fine, calls no... come out of watch speaker.
The Bluetooth earbuds connect to my watch 4 classic, but I can't use them for phone calls. Its on for calls and audio but will only come through on watch speaker. The earbuds connect for music but not calls. It was the entire purpose of purchasing the watch. Please help
I am having the same issue. I can't figure it out
Thank you and yes using earbud connection only to watch. The earbuds connect for audio but not calls