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Always On Display Bug with Digital Clock on Watch 3

For the Galaxy Watch 3, whenever the screen times out in always on mode (AOD) on a screen that is not the home watch face screen, a digital clock appears as the AOD screen instead of the custom AOD of the watch face. The watch face's AOD screen should always be the AOD associated with the watch face currently active regardless of which screen the watch times out on.

 

Also, the old AOD with the analog clock with moving red seconds hand looks a lot nicer than the new default digital clock AOD that is being used for watch faces without their own AOD mode.

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Constellation

Re: Always On Display Bug with Digital Clock on Watch 3

I have the same bug and it is really annoying..

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Constellation

Re: Always On Display Bug with Digital Clock on Watch 3

Same here.  Has anyone heard anythig from Samsung regarding this?

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Constellation

Re: Always On Display Bug with Digital Clock on Watch 3

Has anyone found a fix for this. I want to use the aod for the face I bought which looks better and uses less battery.

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Asteroid

Re: Always On Display Bug with Digital Clock on Watch 3

It is actually not too bad. The digital clock will not stay there permenantly. It will eventually transition back to the standard always on display.

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Constellation

Re: Always On Display Bug with Digital Clock on Watch 3

I didn't spend all this money for it not too bad. My original galaxy watch didn't have this bug but the new and improved Watch 3 does. I should be able to view the display I paid for.
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