Check that Do Not Disturb and Airplane mode are both switched off so you still receive calls and notifications. Restart your devices. Even if everything looks like it should be working correctly, try restarting your Apple Watch and iPhone.
Check your Phone settings: On your iPhone, in the Watch app, go to: My Watch (tab) > Phone. Choose Custom and select your preferred settings under each of Alerts and Ringtone, including checking that the Alert Volume is towards the centre or right hand side.
You might wish to try these settings: - On your iPhone, in the Watch app, go to: My Watch (bottom left hand tab) > General > Wrist Detection - turn this on. - On your iPhone, in the Watch app, go to: My Watch > Passcode > Turn Passcode on (choose either a Simple Passcode or a more complex one).
It is likely possible that you are not getting email notifications on your Apple watch is because your iPhone is not connected to a Wifi connection. To be able to receive mail notifications, iPhone synced to the Apple watch must be connected to a WiFi or Data connection to fetch emails.
When your Apple Watch stops receiving notifications, it's usually because it lost its connection with your iPhone. When the two devices disconnect, your notifications don't bop over to your Apple Watch from the iPhone. Check the connection remains by looking on your Apple Watch for a red iPhone icon or a red X icon.
Check Airplane Mode If your phone is on Airplane mode, then, you won't get incoming calls or make outgoing calls. In this case, you need to disable the Airplane Mode. If you find an airplane icon at the top of the screen beside the battery icon, that means Airplane mode is enabled on your phone.
Even if your iPhone isn't connected or powered on, you can send and receive iMessagesiMessagesiMessages are texts, photos, or videos that you send to another iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac over Wi-Fi or cellular-data networks. These messages are always encrypted and appear in blue text bubbles. on your Apple Watch when your Apple Watch is connected to Wi-Fi or cellular.
SIgn out of the Messages app and then sign back in using your Apple ID. To do this, open Messages and click Preferences > iMessage > Sign Out. Open Messages and click Preferences > iMessage > Enable This Account to make sure Enable This Account is checked in the Messages app preferences.
Answer: A: Thanks but it turns out that if you iPhone and watch are paired using Bluetooth, then even if your phone is off, the watch will still try to connect via Bluetooth and it won't receive a call using the iPhone cell number.
All series of Apple Watches, even series 1, support receiving phone calls and messages on the watch. The catch is that your iPhone needs to be present to do so on series 1, series 2, and series 3 GPS.
A: I purchased the GPS watch and can still receive phone calls, texts and reply to them from my watch. As long as your phone is in the distance to be picked up you will get the notifications. I left my phone in my office at work and walked around the office- I received all my texts and phone calls.
If your phone is running Android 7.1, it will automatically enable Do not disturb mode while you're in a call. Note: You will still hear incoming call and text message notifications when you're in a call and your phone is in speakerphone mode or you're using the supplied earphones.
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0:321:33After you get a call in the apple. Watch just press the green icon. And it will be received.MoreAfter you get a call in the apple. Watch just press the green icon. And it will be received.