Today, the Samsung Galaxy Watch, the companies current flagship wearable device, has received a minor software update, taking it to firmware version R805USQU1BRJ6. There is not too much to tell at this stage, as we only have Samsung‘s generic changelog at hand – which doesn’t reveal much other than it may improve the device’s stability and performance. The update measures in at only 11.98MB and the platform version is still Tizen 4.0.0.1.

 

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The update is currently being rolled out in the US on the T-Mobile network and as usual, we should see if making an appearance in other markets of the next few days/weeks.

 

Galaxy Watch Generic changelog

Below is the generic software update for the Galaxy Watch with version R805USQU1BRJ6/R805UOYN1BRJ6/R805USQU1BRJ6

  • Device stability improvements, bug fixes.
  • New and/or enhanced features.
  • Further improvements to performance.

 

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Manually update your Galaxy Watch

You should get a notification asking you to update the Smartwatch, but just in case you don’t, below are the Instructions to manually check for an update:

  • Launch Samsung Galaxy Wearable App
  • Select About Gear
  • Select Update Gear Software
  • Select Download updates manually
  • Click Ok to begin the download process and follow any on-screen instructions.

 

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If you haven’t received the software update, then please be patient whilst Samsung continues with their global rollout. Have you updated your smartwatch? Let us know in the comments section below 🙂