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Question [Q] Lenovo K910 phone and LG G watch

OP EdiTL

3rd September 2014, 04:37 AM   |  #1  
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Hi to All,

I bought a Lenovo K910 dual sim phone a few months ago as I needed dual sim option.

Recently, I got a LG G watch as a present. However, for some odd reason I cannot pair phone with a watch. Phone is saying that is paired, but android wear app just showing message connecting to LG watch and nothing is happening. I do not getting a pair confirmation message from Android wear app.

My fried have a Samsung Galaxy S4 and when I tried to connect LG G watch with his phone I did not had any connection problems. After few seconds android wear app on phone just report that phone is paired and everything is working without any problem.

I have Kitkat 4.4.2 on my phone and all apps are up to date. Google help page saying that my phone is compatible with android wear app

By my knowledge, my phone has a Bluetooth 4.0 LE. I have confirmed as I have connected phone with fitbit flex without a problem and low energy feature works as a charm.

Do you have any advice?

Thank you.

Cheers.
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