By Jay / / Android News Uncategorized

When your Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Watch displays the “this watch isn’t supported on this device” message, it’s likely caught in a “region/device” lock. This often occurs when the device originates from a different country than your phone or belongs to a different brand. The Galaxy wearables app becomes a source of inconvenience, refusing to sync seamlessly.

While several workarounds are circulating online, it’s crucial to highlight one often overlooked detail—the inefficacy of using Samsung Health for connection attempts. This can lead to failure and exacerbate the frustration.

Fear not, for in this article, we delve into a comprehensive guide to unravel the complexities and ensure seamless connectivity for your GW4 Classic.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 This Watch Isn’t Supported on This Device Fix – A Step-by-Step Guide

Let’s break down the process for a hassle-free setup:

Applications Required:

  • WearOS app
  • Galaxy wearables app

Procedural Steps:

  1. Access the settings of the WearOS app.
  2. Open the Galaxy wearables app.
  3. Launch WearOS and initiate the device connection. Swiftly transition to WearOS app settings.
  4. Execute a force stop (“kill”) of Wear OS before the synchronization code appears on both your phone and watch.
  5. Following the cessation of Wear OS, seamlessly progress with the setup through the Galaxy wearables app.

By diligently following these steps, you can bid farewell to the “this watch isn’t supported” message and enjoy the full functionality of your GW4 Classic.

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