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Google began the process of rolling out Android Wear 2.0 to a plethora of smartwatches all the way back in February.This latest update brings many enhancements and refinements, but most notable are its revamped UI, on-watch Play Store, and watch face complications.2.5• Bug fixes.2.4• Bug fixes.2.3• Bug fixes & visual improvements.• GPS improvements.2.2• Bug fixes & visual improvements.• GPS improvements.2.1• Minor bug fixes.2.0• New UI making it easier to scroll through information, take action, and switch watch faces• Personalized watch faces that support complications from your favorite apps• Google Assistant for your watch1.4Updated background images for the Android Wear app on i OS, specifically for the Fossil Q Wander, Fossil Q Marshal, and Michael Kors Access watches.

If an update is available, the device will download and install it. An update notification will happen if your watch is connected to the charger and is within Bluetooth range of your phone. Remember that even though a new version of the software may have been released, you may need to wait hours or days until it’s available for your device so be patient and keep trying.

If you’re hoping try out the new features of Android Wear’s latest but haven’t received the OTA update yet, you can try to manually install it on some watches with ADB tools…

Note: If your device can’t connect to a computer via direct USB connection, this guide isn’t for you.

If you’re not sure what version of Android Wear your smartwatch is running then follow the above instructions up until step three.

In the About section of the settings menu, tap Versions. Find out how to update your watch with the Android Wear 2.0 Developer Preview.