Mirror My iPhone allows your Apple Watch to receive all the same notifications that your iPhone does. If that is not working, try switching to the Custom settings option. Select Custom and Allow Notifications. Then make sure to toggle on both Sound and Haptics.
One reason why your Apple Watch may not be ringing or vibrating with incoming calls is that your iPhone's notification settings may be off on your Apple Watch. To turn those on, go to the Apple Watch app on your iPhone. Make sure you are on the My Watch tab and select Notifications.
You may not have sound enabled on your Phone settings. To check, open the Watch app on your iPhone and tap My Watch. Scroll down and select Phone, then, under Ringtone, make sure both Sound and Haptic are toggled on if you want your Watch to both ring and vibrate.
Sometimes just simply restarting your devices can resolve the issue. When restarting your Apple Watch or iPhone, you should turn your device off for a minute or two and then turn it back on. After you turn your device on again, check your Activity app to see if it works.
One reason why your activity rings are blank is that Wrist Detection may be off. To turn on Wrist Detection, go to the Settings app on your Apple Watch. Select Passcode and scroll down to Wrist Detection to make sure it is on.
Turn off handoff on both of your phones. The watch will only receive the calls and/or notifications from the phone it is paired with. If someone call the wife and you are using the same Apple ID and handoff is enabled her calls will "ring" on your iPhone and thus by extension on your watch.
Check to see if Wrist Detection is turned on One reason why your activity rings are blank is that Wrist Detection may be off. To turn on Wrist Detection, go to the Settings app on your Apple Watch. Select Passcode and scroll down to Wrist Detection to make sure it is on.
Tap on the Apple Watch application then tap on Notifications. Scroll down to Ring and make sure that the notifications switch is toggled on (it will be green).
Once your Apple Watch has been updated, you will be able to make use of your Apple Watch again and there is also a chance that the Exercise Ring issue will disappear. Try to reset your Apple Watch and then pair it again with your iPhone.
Check to see if Wrist Detection is turned on What is this? One reason why your activity rings are blank is that Wrist Detection may be off. To turn on Wrist Detection, go to the Settings app on your Apple Watch. Select Passcode and scroll down to Wrist Detection to make sure it is on.
Answer: A: This sounds like a problem in signalling between watch and iPhone. I suggest you start with a forced reset on your watch and iPhone. If that doesn't help try unpairing and re-pairing the watch.
Check your Sounds and Haptics settings on your watch On your Apple Watch, tap Settings. Scroll down and tap Sounds & Haptics. And ensure that Haptic Alerts are enabled. If it is already on, turn it off, wait a few moments, and then turn it on.
Check the Notification settings for your watch. To check this, open the Galaxy Wearable app on the connected phone, then tap Watch settings, and then tap Notifications. Tap See all notification settings or More, and then verify the switch next to the features are turned on.
In the Health app, it says: “Every full minute of movement equal to or exceeding the intensity of a brisk walk counts towards your daily Exercise Minutes.” So, if you are walking at a pace that Apple doesn't consider a “brisk walk”, you're out of luck. You won't get Exercise credit for that walk.
Answer: A: Your watch, when worn is supposed to alert you to incoming calls and notifications. Your iPhone is not supposed to ring, unless the phone is unlocked, meaning it is being used and is at that moment the dominant device.