I was in need of doing this exact thing today. I was forced to figure it out on my own after I couldn't find an answer online. As it turns out, it's easier than I expected.
Open your bluetooth settings, find your device, and click the settings icon for that device. You should see some options for the device. Uncheck the "Phone audio" option.
I resolved it. The notification which is showing after uninstall, I long pressed on that notification & go to its app info. It redirect me to google play service. I removed the cache & data. Now the notification does not appear.
I contacted Fossil who said that the temperature units on the watch are based on the language setting you select when you set up the watch. If you select US English, then it will be Fahrenheit (probably the only language setting that uses Fahrenheit).
I am Canadian and there is not usually a Canadian English option and UK English has caused strange ...
I ran into the same issue recently when using transit app. This is how i updated Google Play Service. On your Android Wear go to settings -> About -> Versions -> Google Play services. When you press on Google Play service it will check for update and install it.
Yes. You can check Watch battery usage
In Android Wear app version 1.3.0:
Launch Android Wear
Tap gear icon in action bar to access Settings screen
Under device settings check tap Moto 360 to access your Moto 360 settings
Tap Watch Battery
Unfortunatelly, the Answer is No. You can't switch recognition language in progress.
But you can switch default recognition language for entire phone (and wearables at once).
Launch google search app. Go to settings-Languages and check Spanish and English languages there.
after that TAP AND HOLD on Spanish language and then Save.
This will force your ...
You can't is the short answer. The emulator does not support bluetooth testing at all.
See the Google Developers post on Using the Emulaor
The important line is near the end:
The functional limitations of the emulator include:
No support for placing or receiving actual phone calls. You can
simulate phone calls (placed and received) ...
Try downloading the Android Wear app. Open it up and see if it says Emulator Connecting in the top left. If it does, go to the menu and select Disconnect Emulator and then Forget Emulator. It worked for me. I was getting the same notification.
I discovered the PinAnApp app for android which provides a nifty swipe gesture to keep the current app open and/or the screen on. Fills the current hole until app vendors take advantage of the new Android Wear "always on" functionality directly. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.trigonesoft.pinanapp&hl=en
First of all become a developer on Moto 360 and enable Debugging.
Tap on Build number until you become a developer :-)
Above will enable Developer options in Settings on your Moto 360
Enable ADB debugging and Debug over Bluetooth.
Under Developer options enable ADB debugging and Debug over Bluetooth
Launch Android Wear on your ...
There are two applications that come preloaded on the device which can do this for you, "Fit" and "Heart Rate". You can start these apps by saying "Ok Google" or tapping the screen to bring up search, followed by the command "Start Fit" or "Start Heart Rate" which launch the corresponding app. Heart Rate's sole purpose is to show this information, so the ...
With the Lollipop update for the Moto 360 and the latest Android Wear app, it is possible. From the Android Wear app, go to the main screen and tap the settings gear. From there there is a "Watch Battery" option that will show you the requested information.
I found the solution. I can send text input to my Android Wear device this way:
input text <your_text>
Hope it will help someone else!
More info here: http://blog.rungeek.com/post/42456936947/sending-keyboard-input-via-adb-to-your-android
I eventually dove deep into this, taking bug reports, and wading through them. It turns out it is my ISP. Sigh.
My home ISP is BT. BT annoyingly use a service called Barefuit to interfere with DNS, at this seems to break the Android Wear check to see if internet connection is present.
Anyway, link 17a here takes you to the BT preferences page, where you ...
It's because of your phone language is set to US English.
Just change your handphone language to other type of English such as English (United Kingdom), then the weather in your watch will change to Celsius.
If its an Android Wear watch (and it seems so) there is no options on the watch directly. It depends on the phone it is paired with, and all the options are available on your phone.
I have a Moto360 and I also don't have any developer options on my watch. If you plan to develop for Android Wear, you need to install everything on your phone, which will push ...
There is an option in the Android Wear app to mute your phone when the watch is connected. This will mute your phone (even stop it from vibrating) but your watch will vibrate (for all notifs that would normally vibrate on your phone).
BUT: there has been a bug since forever where the watch suddenly starts buzzing again. It works most of the time though..
Google Now on Android Wear can not be customised. It will get all cards from the phone that are "compatible". Here is a list of compatible cards on Android Wear:
Shipping confirmation for packages
Public transit info on nearby trains & buses
Reminders to leave ...
Looks like the LG Watch Style's charger has NO DATA PIN.
The workaround for me was to use Bluetooth debugging, you will need an Android phone with a USB cable and a computer running the ADB server. Wifi debugging is also an option but that requires a USB connection initially (maybe it can be bootstrapped through bluetooth?)
Try setting the locale to Canadian english (en_CA) which sets its units to metric. Things like dates and currency are fairly compatible with the US.
You could always set the dictionary for spell check to US english under Languages & Input in settings. Though, as you point out in your comment, you may have to deal with some "misspellings" in some menus ...
I was looking for such a solution for a long time. I Found an app recently that does automatic routing of the phone calls. It remembers previous call audio position and routes to that speaker (similar to iPhone behaviour). It is called Bluetooth Audio Manager
This limitation has been discussed in reviews, and is mentioned directly in Google's Help page about it
Note: Your watch cannot connect to Wi-Fi networks that take you to a page before you can connect (for example, Wi-Fi networks at places like hotels or coffee shops).
It is simply not possible at this time with standard Android Wear.
XDA Developers ...
You can disable the notifications on your wearable device by following steps below:
Swipe down from the watchface
You should see something like this:
Select the option on the left will put your watch to silent mode.
Hope my answer helps.