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How to enable rise-up on a Samsung Galaxy smartwatch

How to enable rise-up on a Samsung Galaxy smartwatch

The gesture of your Samsung Galaxy Watch that changes its appearance when you lift your arms, depends on the gyro sensor, although the firmware also plays a role in making it work. Some users report that the gesture no longer functions on their watch. Such problems can be caused by a small firmware problem or it could be a hardware problem.

There are several things you can do to confirm this so that if you are one of the users facing this problem, continue reading because this post might be able to help you one way or another.

A great feature on some smart watches is the battery saving feature known as a wake to wake up. This is a good option to have, whether you use the always active display option or not. By activating this feature, you can make your watch “active” as soon as the device feels it is picked up. Activating the watch can display data directly on the face of your watch or make the device ready for your input. Regardless if you want the feature to always be activated or only in certain situations, change only a few easy steps from the Galaxy Wearable application on your mobile or through the watch itself.

How to enable build-up through the Galaxy Wearable app

Let’s look at the faucet needed to activate the ride-wake feature using the Galaxy Wearable application on your mobile.

1. Make sure your phone and watch are connected via Bluetooth.

2. Open the Galaxy Wearable application on your mobile.

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3. Tap on Advanced
4. Press the switch next to Wake-up gesture to activate increment to wake up.

How to activate wake-up on a Samsung Galaxy smart watch in a watch

Being able to change the behavior of your watch directly on the device is good for times when you don’t have a cellphone.

1. Open the Settings application on your watch.

2. Scroll to the option titled Advanced and tap on it.

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3. Scroll until you see the Wake and tap gestures.
4. Press the switch next to Wake-up gesture to activate increment to wake up.

Now your watch’s display can be as active or active as you wish. Remember, by activating the up-to-wake movement, or getting up, your watch will become fully active after you lift your wrist to see it. Sometimes the watch might think you are trying to see the display even when you are not and activate the screen. Whatever it is, the more often the screen or watch is activated, the more batteries are consumed – material to think about.

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Whether you use Galaxy Watch Active 2, Galaxy Watch, or others from the latest Samsung smartwatch offerings, you must get the Galaxy Wearable application. The Galaxy Wearable application is used for various functions to use your Samsung Android device, so familiarizing yourself with it is important.

Most of the time a minor problem like this can be fixed by a simple reboot but I suggest you do the forced reboot which is more effective than the normal restart. It will refresh the memory as well as reload all its apps and services especially the one that handles the gyro sensor. Press and hold the Power key until “Rebooting…” displays, and then release the Power key. The screen will go dark, and then the watch will reboot. During the reboot, when the watch is connected to your phone, the devices will temporarily disconnect but it will reconnect once it becomes active. After this, try to see if the wake-up gesture works fine because if not, then move on to the next procedure.

The next thing you should do is to refresh the wake-up gesture feature itself by toggling it off and back on. There are times when services crash as well and all you gotta do is disable and then re-enable them. Go to the Applications screen and select the Gear Manager. Tap on Settings and scroll to the Motion section. Toggle Wake-up gesture off and then back on.

If toggling the wake-up gesture off and on didn’t fix the problem, then make sure that both theater and good night modes aren’t enabled. It’s always a bummer to disable a feature for the other work but sometimes something has to give in so that your device will work the way you want it. Open Galaxy Wearable app in your phone. Then click on Settings, go to Advanced settings and then turn off “Theatre mode” and “good night mode”.

Lastly, if none of these methods work, you have to reset your watch to rule out the possibility that the problem is with the firmware. If it continues to bug you after the reset, then there’s a possibility that it’s really a problem with the sensor. In such case, you will have to bring watch back to the store so the technician can check it up for you.

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