A number of sources indicated over the past week that the Google Assistant is now available on Wear OS 3 for download in the Google Play Store
and can be launched from the list of Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 4 Clsic apps.
you can also use voice commands to open the Google Assistant or reprogram the watch’s home button as a shortcut.
But things didn’t seem to be going well.
According to the latest reports,
on the day the Google Assistant was launched on the Galaxy Watch 4,
The Verge noticed that the initial test saw the battery drain 20% in just two hours, with the Apple Watch draining just 8% with the same settings applied. on Siri.
On the social networking site Twitter, one user noted that the Google Assistant consumed about 20% of its battery life over the course of six hours of normal use,
and was second only to the screen in terms of power consumption. Apparently the problem comes from the voice activation.
The other problem is that the watch suddenly decided to unpair the smartphone it was connected to.
Several testimonials have appeared on Reddit about this.
Unfortunately, the only solution to this seems to be to reset the watch and start from scratch, as if you were pairing it with a new smartphone.