OK, understood. Thank you!
The strange thing - it was OK on the previous WFS version.
So, I’ll try to find and install the older ver. and we’ll see if this will solve the issue.
The WearOS 3 for the TicWatch will be released soon, as they say…
Hi, Thank you again, you was absolutely right.
Apparently, WFS devs stopped to support the earlier versions of WearOS watches.
Finally, installed the older version (1.3.13) and woila, all is working.
Thank you again, will wait for the WearOS update for my type of watch.
The watch manufacturer say - “We got news about updates for Mobvoi’s older range of smartwatches back in April, saying that users should expect to see Wear OS 3 in the third quarter of this year.”
So, the update will be released soon.
And, there is almost no EOL for the hardware, pal.
The new OS can be installed on the old hardware and run smoose - the “device security” is just a program code with no relations to hardware.
E.g for your old Samsung available a lot of the custom ROMs from the thirdside developer groups, based on the latest OS…
Hi, ok just pointing out , officially hardware can eol.puting custom rom is not official, u can put custom os in anything but doesn’t mean its secure
When i said EOL means support from official manufacturers has ended - (i cant get support from sumsung directly for my old samsung). Using custom roms still mean EOL officially by manufacturers but third party developers choose create custom rom for old hardware…
Anyway, its good your watch is still being officially updated.