I noticed that the last time my Altimeter was calibrated was 10/22/2018. When I click to have it calibrate, it says "Network Unavailable."
The Bluetooth Gear S3 is connected to my Note 8 via Bluetooth and the Note 8 is connected to Wifi and cellular network.
Watch details: SM-R760, Tizen 22.214.171.124, SW version R760XXU2DSA1
Phone details: Android 8.0.0, Galaxy Wearable 126.96.36.19921251, Gear S Plugin 2.2.03.1901761
What is the solution to this?
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@LongHiker I will take a look into that broken link. Here are the steps you are to follow.
Navigate to Settings.
From the paired phone's Home screen, swipe up for the Apps Screen and touch Settings. You can also pull the notification bar down and touch the Settings icon.
Navigate to the Galaxy Wearable app's storage.
Touch Apps and then swipe to and touch Galaxy Wearable, and then touch Storage.
Clear the cache and data.
Touch CLEAR CACHE, and then touch CLEAR DATA > DELETE. All of the Galaxy Wearable app's data will be deleted permanently. This includes all files, settings, accounts, databases etc.
The watch is the bluetooth model. It is connected via Bluetooth to my phone. It is set to fall back to my Wifi network.
I just tried two things:
(1) Set Wifi to off, bluetooth on. Tried altitude check and it came back as the same "Network Unavailable".
(2) Set Wifi to on, bluetooth off. Tried altitude check. It asked me if I wanted to enable location, said sure. It spun for awhile. No error but no update. Still says last update 10/22/2018.
I renabled bluetooth so both wifi and bluetooth were on. Got same error again.