1 Power off watch
2 Go to application manager and uninstall Samsung Apps, gear manager, connection manager, host manager, basically anything that has a icon of the gear watch next to it.
3 Go here post 3310 and get Samsung Apps and gear manager. Also hit that thanks button for BeastSpencer.
4 Make sure to turn off xposed module for gear notification hide. (If using it)
5 Reboot phone into recovery (I use safe strap, dang bootloader lock)
6 Now flash the Samsung Apps you downloaded earlier.
7 Wipe cache/dalvik them reboot.
8 After fully booted, start Samsung Apps and it will say it needs to update, let it do so.
9 Reboot back into recovery and flash hear manager.
10 Wipe cache/dalvik again, reboot.
11 Now power on watch.
12 Start gear manager and it will need update, let it do so.
13 When it's done updating try connecting to watch, it will say watch needs restored, let it do so, after reboot, it will try and connect, you will have to accept all the Eula again and confirm pass code.
14 Let it all settle in and then try to install the eBay app, if all went well you will be golden.
15 Profit from your success. Lol
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It did not work for me on a Note 2 running ditto ROM
The zip's did not install the apps
I had issues when i first got the gear. So I reflashed my rom. Then I was able to install apps. Then one by one I started uninstalling the apps II usually do. Turns out it was something with Samsung Hub. As soon as I uninstalled it, apps stopped installing on my gear. Tried re installing Hub and it still didn't work. So reflashed rom again and got it working again. Haven't touched hub anymore.
Well I finally got things working on my note 2.
I guess it has somethings to do with kitkat, because I went back to a custom rom with android 4.3, everything works fine then,
when I flash a 4.4 rom it does not work anymore, no watchstyler, CNN or Ebay.
So for now it is android 4.3, just to have it working
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