Stuck in standalone mode


I’ve a Galaxy Watch Active2 (SM-R825) with LTE activated and working.

Still, sometimes (usually…) my watch when phone is away (I’m running) puts itself to Standalone mode, in spite of full 4G coverage :


The problem is in this case that the watch is not able to receive any notifications from my phone.

Well, I did my homework and searched online, no battery optimisation is enabled for any Samsung service on my phone (which is also Samsung by the way…):

So, my question is, can I do anything to “trigger” the watch to connect to phone remotely?

During today, my phone was also on charger during the watch lost the connection and went to Standalone mode.
I’d really need it to be more aggressive, especially if it has fully operating 4G connection.

Do you have any idea guys?

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Ron, thanks for reacting.

This still can be a developer thing if I somehow can create an application which forces Samsung to connect to its servers.

What do you think?