Development [TOOL] All-in-One tool for Windows. Wear OS Tools v8.0

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bernarbernuli

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it boots again, no issues with that, but the tool doesn't go on, also I have tried anyway after a while to look for the watch in the wearable app but it says that it needs to be reset

Probably, you did not allow debugging in the watch when re-entering the IP.

Do the process again, and when the watch restarts, enter the IP in the tool, a notification will come up in the watch, select "Always allow from this computer".

allow-debugging-wearos.jpg
 

bernarbernuli

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Ok, it is possible that it works differently to this feature on Pixel Watch.

Can you try adding an alarm sound manually by following the guide in this link? And you tell over here how it went or if it showed any errors.


The commands applied in the tools are the same.
 

Motawa88

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I dont know why but adb just stopped working. "daemon not running" nothing happens. Yes I rebooted and killed adb.exe blabla
 

unster

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adding this would be nice

Remove Ads System-Wide​

Go to settings, connections, more connections settings, look for Private DNS.
- Set: dns.adguard-dns.com

adding this would be nice

Remove Ads System-Wide​

Go to settings, connections, more connections settings, look for Private DNS.
- Set: dns.adguard-dns.com
- Close all apps then reboot.
where do you see any ads on the watch?
 
Ok, it is possible that it works differently to this feature on Pixel Watch.

Can you try adding an alarm sound manually by following the guide in this link? And you tell over here how it went or if it showed any errors.


The commands applied in the tools are the same.
I'm having the same issue (not being able to change the alarm sound). I had already tried what you suggested and it doesn't work. No error or anything.

What I would actually like is to mute alarms and timers. In the sound settings there's no way to set alarm volume all the way to 0 (calls either, but that one I don't mind).

Any ideas about how can I achieve that?
 

fred2546

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I'm having the same issue (not being able to change the alarm sound). I had already tried what you suggested and it doesn't work. No error or anything.

What I would actually like is to mute alarms and timers. In the sound settings there's no way to set alarm volume all the way to 0 (calls either, but that one I don't mind).

Any ideas about how can I achieve that?
I was going to suggest finding a "sound" file (mp3, etc) that has NO sound/music. But if you can't change the choice of alarm files that won't work.
 

ystokar

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Would it be possible to use this tool to enable esim/LTE on the Pixel Watch outside of supported countries?
 

Bearzy_25

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Hi there again, I'm trying again to repair the watch without resetting( also given the "allow always to this computer" permission) but it reboots and cmd stopped at success for over 30 mins. am I missing something?
 

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  • 5
    Hello, I update the tool:

    • Added "Advanced Reset Options" (in option 7)
    • Added "Enable/Disable apps" (in option 1)
    • Added option to list system apps, user apps, enabled and disabled apps (in option 1)
    • Added separate window for listings (in option 1 and option 4)
    • Improved function to use PC keyboard (in option 7)
    • Improved function for sending/receiving files (in option 3)
    4
    New update

    I have added a feature that I find very interesting, and at least for me very useful, it is a tool that automatically extracts from the APKs for the phone the version for Wear OS. This system of including the APK for the watch was the system used until March 2021 by all developers so that their APP could be installed from the Play Store of the watch, from that date more or less developers no longer do so. The case that if you install apps that for various reasons are no longer in the Play Store is very possible that this tool is useful for you. It does the same function as the Wear Installer app, but from the PC.

    The tool allows you to scan the APK you want, and checks that the APK for the watch is inside, extracts it and installs it automatically on the watch.

    In addition to this feature, I have added an enhancement for the one who prefers the ringtone and notification and alarm sounds muted.


    Changelog:
    • Added tool to get APK for Wear OS from "legacy" APK files for the phone (in option 7.7)
    • Added tool to get APK for Wear OS in bulk (in option 7.8)
    • Added option to set ringtone and watch sounds to mute (in option 4)
    • Bug fix when installing APKs (now the APK is not kept in the watch, avoiding it to occupy space).
    • Fixed several bugs
    3
    Hello, I have updated the tool:
    • Added option to debug by Bluetooth in older watches, as Moto 360 Gen 1 or Sony Smartwatch 3 (in previous connection).
    • Added option to repair synchronization in old watches (in option 7.5)
    • Added option of links for reference such as news about Wear OS, firmware table... (in option 7.6)
    • Added guide to download and install AOSP Wi-Fi Keyboard (in option 7.2)
    • Added guide to download and install NavExplorer (in option 3)
    • Improved wired connection with USB debugging (on previous connection)
    • Correction of bugs
    • Debugged code
    1
    I hope we find a way to force re connect to new watch
    I think due to weros app no longer being used and now it uses quick connect via the Pixel Watch app then its not as simple as it used to be. Not many devs care about watches so I think we wont find soloution. Only if Google add it as a feature.
    The Pixel Watch app needs refining as it doesn't have the feature that displays the watch storage as its counterpart has.
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    All-in-One tool for Windows. Wear OS Tools v8.0


    It's a tool for use with any Wear OS watch. I am releasing today an improved and optimized version with several new features.


    What does it do?

    It is an All-in-One tool for Windows that makes it easy to do certain things with the watch, such as:
    • Send files to the watch such as MP3s, images, PDFs, or download files contained in the watch.

    • Install applications (Sideload).

    • Install applications in bulk

    • Uninstall apps of watch.

    • Enable/disable Watch apps

    • Extract all the apps you have installed on the watch and mass restore them when necessary (Backup/Restore).

    • Get APK for Wear OS from "legacy" APK files for the phone. [new]

    • Get APK for Wear OS in bulk. [new]

    • Change ringtone, notification sound and alarm sound of the watch.

    • Mute ringtone, notification sounds, and alarm watch. [new]

    • Change screen density

    • Change font size.

    • Use the computer keyboard to type on the watch.

    • Force pairing the watch with Bluetooth without resetting to factory defaults.

    • Repair synchronization in old watches such as Moto 360 Gen 1 or Sony Smartwatch 3.

    • Enter ADB commands via command line

    • Perform advanced reboot (Recovery Mode and Bootloader Mode)

    • Take screenshots of the watch screen, and send them directly to the PC (Screenshot).

    • Record the watch screen, and send it directly to the PC in MP4 format (Screen record).

    • Optimize the Watch.

    • View watch information such as serial number, build version, Android version, resolution, battery status...

    • Connection to the watch can be made via Wi-Fi, via Bluetooth or via USB cable. [new]

    Changelog:
    • v1.0 (Feb 13, 2021) - Initial version
    • v1.1 (Feb 21, 2021) - Compiled again with Pro version of the EXE converter.
    • v2.0 (May 19, 2022) - Added new features (backup and restore tool, screen recorder and watch information)
    • v3.0 (Aug 27, 2022) - Added new functions (Change font size, change watch sounds), debugged code, optimized menus
    • v3.1 (Aug 30, 2022) - Fixed bug in option to change ringtones and sounds.
    • v4.0 (Oct 15, 2022) - Added new function (optimize Watch) and restructured main menu.
    • v5.0 (Nov 05, 2022):
      - Added "Install apps in bulk" (in option 1)
      - Added "Enter ADB commands via command line" (in option 7)
      - Added "Restore optimizations to default values" (in option 8)
      - Added help option to get IP address and secure Wi-Fi network (in tool startup)
      - Improved optimization tool (redesigned and more detailed info)
    • v6.0 (Jan 02, 2023):
      - Added "Advanced Reset Options" (in option 7)
      - Added "Enable/Disable apps" (in option 1)
      - Added option to list system apps, user apps, enabled and disabled apps (in option 1)
      - Added separate window for listings (in option 1 and option 4)
      - Improved function to use PC keyboard (in option 7)
      - Improved function for sending/receiving files (in option 3)
    • v7.0 (Jan 09, 2023):
      - Added option to debug by Bluetooth in older watches, as Moto 360 Gen 1 or Sony Smartwatch 3 (in previous connection).
      - Added option to repair synchronization in old watches (in option 7.5)
      - Added option of links for reference such as news about Wear OS, firmware table... (in option 7.6)
      - Added guide to download and install AOSP Wi-Fi Keyboard (in option 7.2)
      - Added guide to download and install NavExplorer (in option 3)
      - Improved wired connection with USB debugging (on previous connection)
      - Correction of bugs
      - Debugged code
    • v8.0 (Jan 23, 2023):
      - Added tool to get APK for Wear OS from "legacy" APK files for the phone (in option 7.7)
      - Added tool to get APK for Wear OS in bulk (in option 7.8)
      - Added option to set ringtone and watch sounds to mute (in option 4)
      - Bug fix when installing APKs (now the APK is not kept in the watch, avoiding it to occupy space).
      - Fixed several bugs

    Requirements
    • Windows O.S.

    • Have the ADB drivers installed. Here is the link to download them. During installation, make sure to enable the "Add to System Path Environment" option. Here you have more information about ADB drivers.

    • Connect the watch and the phone to the same Wi-Fi network.

    • Enable debugging over Wi-Fi on the watch. On the watch, go to Settings > system > About and tap "Build Number" several times until you see a message that says "you are now a developer". Then go to Settings > developer options and enable "ADB debugging" and "Debugging over Wi-Fi".


    Considerations
    • The tool is available in English (EN) and Spanish (ES).

    • To find out the IP address of the watch, just go to "Debugging over Wi-Fi" in Settings > developer options. Under that option, you will see the IP. You can also see it in Settings > Connectivity > Wi-Fi > "Your Wi-Fi network".

    • You can connect the watch by USB cable, by Bluetooth or by Wi-Fi network.

    • Wear OS watches are a bit unstable to stay connected to the Wi-Fi network especially if it is connected by Bluetooth with the phone, to make sure it connects smoothly when using the tool enable the "Enable Wi-Fi automatically when charging" option in Settings > developer options, and plug the watch to the charger. Another trick is to momentarily deactivate Bluetooth in the watch, the Wi-Fi network will be activated in a few seconds.

    • When you have finished, turn off "ADB debugging" on the watch, otherwise it will drain your watch battery...


    Where to download?

    Wear OS Tool v8.0



    Method
    1. Download and unzip in a folder the file from the "Where to download" section.

    2. Make sure you meet all the points in the "requirements" section.

    3. Locate the IP address of the watch as explained in the "considerations" section.

    4. Run Wear OS Tools and enter the IP address.

    5. A notification will probably appear on the watch asking "Allow debugging?", select "Always allow from this computer".

    6. In the tool, choose a function to run and follow the instructions on the screen.
    allow-debugging-wearos.jpg

    To-Do
    • Force pairing with Wear OS 3 watches

    • Improve optimization tool with more optimization tasks (any suggestions from this thread for Samsung Galaxy devices or this thread for Pixel devices?).

    • Porting code to linux (Shell-Script)
    wearostools8a.JPG


    wearostools8c.JPG


    wearostools8b.JPG


    I share this tool for free, to code the tool as it is now having taken me quite some time, I just ask for some feedback for the one who download it and try it.

    If you are going to use it, please comment what you think or what bugs you see or what new features you suggest. Any opinion is interesting.


    Version Information
    Status:
    Stable
    Current Version: v8.0
    Release Date: 13/02/2021
    Last Update Date: 23/01/2023
    5
    Hello, I update the tool:

    • Added "Advanced Reset Options" (in option 7)
    • Added "Enable/Disable apps" (in option 1)
    • Added option to list system apps, user apps, enabled and disabled apps (in option 1)
    • Added separate window for listings (in option 1 and option 4)
    • Improved function to use PC keyboard (in option 7)
    • Improved function for sending/receiving files (in option 3)
    4
    New update

    I have added a feature that I find very interesting, and at least for me very useful, it is a tool that automatically extracts from the APKs for the phone the version for Wear OS. This system of including the APK for the watch was the system used until March 2021 by all developers so that their APP could be installed from the Play Store of the watch, from that date more or less developers no longer do so. The case that if you install apps that for various reasons are no longer in the Play Store is very possible that this tool is useful for you. It does the same function as the Wear Installer app, but from the PC.

    The tool allows you to scan the APK you want, and checks that the APK for the watch is inside, extracts it and installs it automatically on the watch.

    In addition to this feature, I have added an enhancement for the one who prefers the ringtone and notification and alarm sounds muted.


    Changelog:
    • Added tool to get APK for Wear OS from "legacy" APK files for the phone (in option 7.7)
    • Added tool to get APK for Wear OS in bulk (in option 7.8)
    • Added option to set ringtone and watch sounds to mute (in option 4)
    • Bug fix when installing APKs (now the APK is not kept in the watch, avoiding it to occupy space).
    • Fixed several bugs
    4
    Hello, I update the tool:
    • Added "Install apps in bulk" (in option 1)
    • Added "Enter ADB commands via command line" (in option 7)
    • Added "Restore optimizations to default values" (in option 8)
    • Added help option to get IP address and secure Wi-Fi network (in tool startup)
    • Improved optimization tool (redesigned and more detailed info)

    3
    Hello, I have updated the tool:
    • Added option to debug by Bluetooth in older watches, as Moto 360 Gen 1 or Sony Smartwatch 3 (in previous connection).
    • Added option to repair synchronization in old watches (in option 7.5)
    • Added option of links for reference such as news about Wear OS, firmware table... (in option 7.6)
    • Added guide to download and install AOSP Wi-Fi Keyboard (in option 7.2)
    • Added guide to download and install NavExplorer (in option 3)
    • Improved wired connection with USB debugging (on previous connection)
    • Correction of bugs
    • Debugged code