I have Samsung S8+ and Gear S3 Frontier. I have an issue when I have a working connection between these my items:
After a new android update on mine S8+ I started to get a notification which I cannot turn off. And I do not know what it is trying to do. The notification is not a big deal, but I notice that what my phone and watch discharges very fast. Before my watch takes around 3days, now just a 12h...
"Samsung Accessory Service Transferring file please wait"
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Same thing! Even after the update, still the same issue. I've followed all of the different steps in this post and it continues to happen and is therefore a total waste of time. It's extremely frustrating! Has anyone had any success?
I am attempting my 4th try at uninstall/reinstalling Galaxy Wearable App...Resetting my Gear S3 watch (E237)...says to update 5 apps:
Music, Weather, Watch Bixby Voice, Timer, News Briefing...
Selected "update all"
Samsung Accessory Service has just downloaded again and is transferring data...Please wait...
This is Ridiculous...it does not change a thing!!!
Have you tried uninstalling and reinstalling the Wearables app?
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I uninstalled and reinstalled the (latest) wearable app twice, cleared cache, data, restarted, and still getting the file transferring message every few minutes and battery drain on phone. I have to delete the wearable app, which means I'm no longer connected to the watch?
Are you a bot? This has to be a bot right? You are literally just repeating the same responses over and over.
All of the above has been tried by numerous people.
Cache has been cleared, memory deleted, app deleted, plugins deleted, soft reset, hard reset, reinstalling everything again. WE ARE STILL HAVING THE PROBLEM. This obviously has nothing to do with the user and everything to do with Samsung. Fix this.
Exactly. This must be a bot. We've been having these issues for months, clearly the solution of uninstalling/installing the wearables app DOES NOT WORK! Clearing the cache DOES NOT WORK. Samsung needs to fix this. This is beyond frustrating!