Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 owners have been reporting a number of problems with their smartwatches since getting the update with Google Assistant. People are claiming that their device is showing heavy battery drain and frequent disconnections from the smartphone.
Samsung rolled out Google Assistant support through an update a few days back and now people have expressed their displeasure over the problems plaguing the device. Users have shared their complaints online through forums like Reddit.
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People say that they noticed problems after setting up Google Assistant on their Samsung smartwatches. Some were even unable to pair their device with a smartphone, forcing them to reset the device to use the Samsung Pay service and use a smartwatch without any preloaded data and payment details.
In addition, setting up Google Assistant and using the wake word “Hey Google” is taking a toll on the Galaxy Watch 4’s battery life. To be fair, Google has clearly indicated that enabling the wake word will speed up the battery. Conduit, therefore, is not a completely new development, as these users have already been warned about the implications of using the feature.
But it seems that the problem is not widespread. So, if you use a Galaxy Watch 4 and are facing issues after activating Google Assistant for your smartwatch, we suggest you disable the wake word feature completely.
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Samsung Galaxy Watch 4. How to Disable “Hey Google”
– Go to the Settings of your Galaxy Watch 4
– Click on Google to see other features of the company
– Select Assistant and disable the feature to prevent battery drain
As for the other disconnection issue, we are hoping that Samsung is keeping an eye on the complaints made by its users and provides an update (or a fix) to get rid of the problem that comes after getting Google Assistant on smartwatch. Is. The Galaxy Watch 4 is powered by the latest Wear OS platform jointly developed with Google.
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