Arun, 24 Feb 2017Hi guy pls let me know how to contact with iPhone 6sLook on YouTube. I believe you just need to download an app from the App store on iOS to connect it.
Hi guy pls let me know how to contact with iPhone 6s
Hey guys, hope you are emjoying your moto 360.
My charger has gone bad. any suggestions for an alternative charger ?
SHADY, 14 Jul 2016Hi all, Bought this watch a year ago and everything was perfect, the wahtch was dead few days... moreIn fact you lost your gadget..it's not waterproof..so get a new one..Sony smartwatch 3 will be good for you
Bought this watch a year ago and everything was perfect, the wahtch was dead few days ago after i swam with it in the swimming pool as the water goes inside it .. do you have any suggestions how to fix it as i am living in Egypt and there is no Moto service center here?
Can we rep the message or mail..or we can zoom the pic
Anonymous, 16 Jun 2016Will not connect to my iPhone 5c. It is made to work with all software 9 and onwards
I own a Moto 360 (1st gen) and it work perfectly an now you can buy it for a great price. Software is the same as the Moto 360 (2nd gen),
Running Android OS 6.0.1, Android Wear 18.104.22.16880363, Google Play Services: 9.2.56
Also has WIFI working when BlueTooth lost or to far from phone.
To have you work on iPhone you must download AndroidWear software onto iPhone first. https://itunes.apple.com/ca/app/android-wear/id986496028?mt=8
AnonD-13060, 24 May 2016Will this watch work better in an iPhone or Android ? What would be the major difference ? Android by a long shot. Android just was meant for Android Wear devices. Android Wear support for the iPhone was more of an afterthought, not a full-fledged feature.
Will not connect to my iPhone 5c.
AnonD-13060, 24 May 2016Will this watch work better in an iPhone or Android ? What would be the major difference ? The iPhone turns this watch into a piece of junk. It doesn't support the Moto at all, it works way better with a android
Will this watch work better in an iPhone or Android ? What would be the major difference ?
A number of corrections:
- It has WiFi, 2.4GHz only, supports IPv4 and IPv6.
- Alerts, it only vibrates, no MP3 or WAV ringtones.
- Features, no MP3 player, no speaker at all.
With normal/minimal use you can expect 24-36 hours out of a full charge. With heavy use you can kill it in 12 hours or less. Running major updates sucks 1/3 of the battery and it becomes uncomfortably warm (there have only been 3 updates, so this is very rare). The screen response is very good on Marshmellow.
One major annoyance, it comes with the Moto Body Wear App built-in, regardless of whether you have it on your phone, and can't be removed by default. It's possible to remove through adb (see the xda forums for directions if you know what adb is). Moto Body will pop up nagging you to use it, and also recording your steps heartbeat every 5 minutes.
The specifications show it not to have Wi-Fi but, after it get's upgraded to Lollipop 5.1.1 it will enable Wi-Fi with including add-on setting options located in the Settings menu. The Wi-Fi does have support for IPv6 from the looks of it but, in the Wi-Fi menu you can connected it to 2.4GHz networks only.
This watch doesn't have a loudspeaker. Why it says yes here in loudspeaker option??
it does not have a audio notification just viberation....
Alert : Vibration
Loudspeaker : No
WLAN : Yes
USB : Yes ( USB Pin Out under side )
has NO - Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic