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Chris Arellano

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So the strap holder things ripped off. Guess this will work for now. 
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I used a glue for silicon rubber and it is still ok after 3 months. Glue I used is this:
http://www.amazon.co.jp/gp/product/B007E3TG0G
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Natasha Patel

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Juan B
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+LG Mobile Global​​ revealed a fancy variant of the G Watch R, what do you think? 
LG has just sent out a press release for its latest Android Wear device - the LG Watch Urbane. The Watch Urbane, "first all-metal luxury Android Wear devic... by Liam Spradlin in Accessories, LG, Watch Urbane
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It won't play Ingress.
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Christian Bischoff

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Hello,

When I turn on vibration (without sound) by long-pressing the upper right button and choosing vibration, I have the following problem:

For incoming phone calls there is no vibration. Because there is also no sound in this mode, I can only see that a call is incoming. I think, this is a bug.

If I turn on sound (long-pressing upper right button and choose sound) and there is a incoming call, I hear the sound of the call AND there is a vibration. This is okay.

My question:

How can I get just a vibration for incoming calls (no sound), when vibration mode is switched on?

The sound profile "Ring and vibrate" is switched on. In the profile there is a check mark set for "Vibration alarm for incoming calls".

Regards,

Christian


My Configuration:
Omate TrueSmart Smartwatch 2.0 | Extreme 1GB / 8GB
3G Version: 2100MHz (Europe, Asia, Pacific, Middle East, Africa)
Original firmware: Android 4.2.2 / OUI 2.1 / Kernel Version 3.4.5
TrueSmart-20140801-1142
Should be Aluminium version, shipped on 10th October 2014.
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Alex S

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A $60 smartwatch that looks like the Samsung Gear 2. 
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I wouldn't say pebble was that smart. The trouble with "smart" watches is that most don't actually do anything.

Ooh, I can see notifications and (if you're lucky) reply to them. It's so much more convenient that having to pull your phone out.
The failure is, that it isn't, unless you're wearing a T-shirt. Otherwise it's pull your sleeve up, look at your watch. Squint to read the notification. You may as well have just took your phone out.

So even at $60 I don't think it's worth it.

The difference was, or should have been Omate. Shame.
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Nicolas Montambaux

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I must have been very kind this year. Last year my wife had bought me the omate TS which I weared from may to... Christmas. Bye bye TS. I will keep it as a mini android device. 
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Juan B
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And for the pebble users? 
‘Tis the season for anticipation. We count down the days to gifts and good wishes, and we just can’t wait. We’ve been in the workshop ourselves, craf
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Matthias K

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So this finally happened.
Think I need to sell my beloved #OnePlusOne. Don't want to have anything in common with LeClown.
Seems like even oneplus is proud to have support from a scammer.

#BlameLePen 
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I like CM. But I'd prefer plain stock. The more tricks CM adds the more issues I have
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Juan B
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thoughts
 
Here is a comparison chart between the LG R, 360, and ZenWatch. 

funny enough it shows the Zen as ip55 rated.... thoughts?
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They decided to be realistic ?
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joe allen

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check the cool gadgets http://CoolWearableDevices.com/
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'til Two now available!  Tomorrow the link goes public (unless you spread the word today)!

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=tilclocks.two
REQUIRES FACE FOR WEAR ======================'til Two takes the best of spo...
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Juan B
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my 2 cents...
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For the ones interested, Garo just opened production. More details @ http://garo3d.com/product/r-stand/
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Matthias K

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Can't believe it.
Finally got my complete plegde refunded!
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And It only took one year! 
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Suresh Penikalapati

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I just bought my Truesmart 2 weeks ago and I hardly used for day or two. Now Playstore on Truesmart is not responding. Google services not updating (means Fit and Gmail are not syncing). Any help?
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lol. not sure why on earth you would do such a thing.... it just WOWs me beyond anything I've seen lately...
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Sean Houlihane

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http://www.goldkey.com/goldkey-secure-communicator/
Any guesses about how secure this firmware will be? All the other features seem to match, except no claims for waterproof...
GoldKey Security – A dual-factor authentication device enabling secure email, encrypted cloud storage, and Gold Pay. Make and take calls and enjoy music with exceptional 8Ω built-in speaker or via optional Bluetooth headset. On-board Camera – Take 5 megapixel photos and film HD videos.
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Claims to be "Secure and encrypted" and running KK. 399.95 Dollars! 
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Tim Bass

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Hey guys, this is a different take on a smartwatch than you're probably used to, but take a look and let us know what you think!
 
Your fully customizable smartwatch is here! Check out the kickstarter and let us know what you think! 
SPLtd. is raising funds for The Pi Watch - A Programmable, Open Source Smartwatch! on Kickstarter! The Pi (Arduino-Compatible) is a new kind of wearable. It's a diy smartwatch with a round display, touch ring, and a powerful CPU!
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You're paying them $150 for a product you have to program to get it to do what they advertise.

Over. Priced.
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Juan B
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As always, I'm pretty close to +Marques Brownlee​ position but...

I'm a little torn between #1 and #2.
Over all, I like +LG Mobile Global​ Watch R, as it looks more like a conventional time piece rather than a small computer OR a thermostat with straps. Also, hardware is 10 times better than what the 360 has.
One thing I really hate, and makes me like +Motorola Mobility​ 360 is... You guessed it! Wireless charging capabilities!.
In today's time, I think every device should be charged wirelessly... I mean.. Cables are too 2013 =P

What are your thoughts? 
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Alex Crooks

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Has anyone worked out how to make the Omate a trusted device for smart lock on lollipop nexus 6? It says not connected 
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Sam Lin

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Gizchina: "Looking at the design of the #imacwear  M7, the watch is very similar to the first generation   #omate   #truesmart  , but with a more refined alloy body." +Gizchina 

https://www.chinavasion.com/china/wholesale/Wearable_Devices/Smart_Watches/iMacwear-M7-Android-Smart-Watch-Phone/
iMacwear is a new company focussing on wearable devices, and hope to replace your phone with the release of their iMacwear M7 watch. Manufacturers who focus on the wearable market are split in to one ...
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+Sam Lin I get that they want it to replace your phone but the this is just typical marketing bullshit in an attempt to have product differentiation But the truth is this "watch" simply cannot do this. I have the Omate Truesmart which is basically the identical watch. While I really like it, the company has failed in the way of support of hardware and software. I cannot get a spare battery, or even a spare charging cradle, which is required for use. The SW is still "stuck" on 4.2 for over a year now, and Omate has appeared to abandon the Truesmart. It is really a shame since the watch has so much potential I really don't know what goes through their heads when planning for the future. Now since this is nearly a clone of the Omate TS, count on their being no upgrades and support to be minimal. Or...maybe this company bought the IP rights to the design and plans to fully support this device. But if the same obsolete included 4.2 is any indicator, I would consider other more mainstream options first.
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Selling my Omate TrueSmart Extreme Edition...
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