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Default ISSUES...Sony Lastest Smartwatch 2 with AT&T Note 2 Android 4.3

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I just bought the latest Sony Smartwatch 2 and connected to Note 2 (Android 4.3) but the watch keeps on disconnecting and connecting every few seconds...I tried resetting my phone and watch both but no help. I tried to use the watch with AT&T Galaxy S4 (Android 4.3) as well but I've the same issue. Please help..

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Hi,

I just bought the latest Sony Smartwatch 2 and connected to Note 2 (Android 4.3) but the watch keeps on disconnecting and connecting every few seconds...I tried resetting my phone and watch both but no help. I tried to use the watch with AT&T Galaxy S4 (Android 4.3) as well but I've the same issue. Please help..

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Have tried verifying you have the latest firmware on the watch?

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Have tried verifying you have the latest firmware on the watch?

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I agree. Definitely the watch not holding a signal if two high end phones won't keep it held.

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