1. CrackOne's Avatar
    Yesterday while at a restaurant with friends, I raised my wrist to see the current time. Problem is that only the time displayed in the upper right corner of the watch face.. Nothing else showed up. (I use the default watch face of a new watch.) It did this repeatedly, as I raised and lowered my wrist. So, I pressed the side button, and the watch went through the boot up cycle and turned back on. This has not recurred since then. Has anyone else had this experience? How did this happen?
    11-07-2015 09:59 AM
  2. kataran's Avatar
    Happened to me once and I ended up unpaired and re-pairing and it fixed a lot of issues I was having

    It's a time consuming effort but pays off and you will not loose anything
    11-07-2015 10:44 AM
  3. LCW's Avatar
    Sounds like your watch somehow went into Power Reserve mode. Was your battery low? Or maybe you accidently ended up on the Battery Glance, where if you manually hit the 'Power Reserve' button, it will do what you describe, even if your battery wasn't low (if it was, I think the watch goes into Power Reserve mode automatically).
    11-07-2015 11:14 AM
  4. CrackOne's Avatar
    I had just over 50% battery remaining. Not a real concern, just a curiosity. Hasn't happened again.
    11-09-2015 10:20 AM

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