1. gkpachal's Avatar
    I use Authy on the watch and when I try to authenticate Last Pass it fails. I wait until it switches to the next number and then it works. I get a message from Last Pass indicating that my mobile device is 22 hours behind. Does anyone else have this issue?
    11-18-2016 07:48 AM
  2. gkpachal's Avatar
    Thanks. I did contact Authy and I have attached the reply just in case anyone else is having this issue.

    Starting June 1, 2016, all new watchOS apps submitted to the App Store must be native apps built with the watchOS 2 SDK or later" > The Authy app version 19.5 is built with watchOS1 SDK and we need to update it to watchOS2.

    When users report that the watch is not up to date with the iOS app, we have some workarounds:

    If interacting with the iOS device, put the iOS app on background or force close the Authy iOS app
    If Authy app watch is open, put the watch app on background or force close the app
    If the above steps do not trigger the synchronization, re-installing the Authy Apple Watch app will most likely trigger it.
    For users that have a large number of accounts, the synchronization will take more time since the payload that will be sent to the watch app is bigger. The system will deliver the data as soon as possible to the counterpart app, but it will try to save battery life if needed hence the delivery is not guaranteed to happen immediately.
  3. Just_Me_D's Avatar
    I recommend you contact the app's developer(s) regarding this matter. They may or may not be aware of the problem.
    11-18-2016 09:26 AM
  4. pkcable's Avatar
    I recommend you contact the app's developer(s) regarding this matter. They may or may not be aware of the problem.
    Here's how.....

    https://www.authy.com/app/#support
    11-18-2016 09:33 AM
  5. gkpachal's Avatar
    Thanks. I did contact Authy and I have attached the reply just in case anyone else is having this issue.

    Starting June 1, 2016, all new watchOS apps submitted to the App Store must be native apps built with the watchOS 2 SDK or later" > The Authy app version 19.5 is built with watchOS1 SDK and we need to update it to watchOS2.

    When users report that the watch is not up to date with the iOS app, we have some workarounds:

    If interacting with the iOS device, put the iOS app on background or force close the Authy iOS app
    If Authy app watch is open, put the watch app on background or force close the app
    If the above steps do not trigger the synchronization, re-installing the Authy Apple Watch app will most likely trigger it.
    For users that have a large number of accounts, the synchronization will take more time since the payload that will be sent to the watch app is bigger. The system will deliver the data as soon as possible to the counterpart app, but it will try to save battery life if needed hence the delivery is not guaranteed to happen immediately.
    11-22-2016 12:31 PM
  6. pkcable's Avatar
    Coolio! Thanks for reporting back!
    11-22-2016 03:27 PM

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