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Gw4 problems with receiving notifications?

(Topic created on: 02-09-2021 12:37 PM)
Sk1990
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Is anyone have problems with receiving notifications on the galaxy watch 4 classic?

 
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westo3
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looks like this watch doesn't work on tattooed wrists

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Steven1979yoxall
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Yes....very frustrating I've tried alsorts to try resolve it to no joy
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lschoen
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Yes, some notifications don't vibrate or turn the watch screen on (yes, I have that feature turned on), and...

Sometimes a notification does buzz, but when I look at my watch, the screen is blurred and is displaying some generic digital clock over the top, and I have to hit a button to go back to the notification. Have you seen this?

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Sk1990
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Also didn't know if there was a fix for this. May be the problem??Screenshot_20210902-120217_Google Play Store.jpg
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Richmar83
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Galaxy Wearable app update has been released today.
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Sk1990
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This hasn't made any difference
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SteveyJ
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I've got the 4G version and got the update today. Didn't seem to make any difference but changed the setting to always show notifications rather than just if I wasn't using my phone and I'm getting some Gmail notifications now so I don't know if there's something weird with that setting and the watch thinking the phone is still active.  

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westo3
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looks like this watch doesn't work on tattooed wrists
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Sk1990
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I think your right. I just tried it on my other wrist that has no tattoo and it works fine
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westo3
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I've stuck a skin coloured piece of fabric on the sensor and it's working.
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