Huawei Watch just received the much-awaited Android Wear 1.5 update via OTA. This update fixes a slew of bugs and adds some new features too.
Motorola Moto 360 is finally receiving the much-awaited Android Wear 5.1.1 update that brings Wifi connectivity, cloud sync, always-on apps, mutli-wearable support and MediaBrowser support. This update is being rolled out over the air in stages so it’ll take a few days to hit your watch. We’ve provided a direct download link to the OTA package below.
Android Wear 5.0.2 Lollipop update for Motorola Moto 360 is finally here. This 11.9 MB OTA (LWX49L) comes with updated Google Play Services, Google security updates as well as improved performance and stability. You can download its zip file via the official download link available below.
As I mentioned earlier, you cannot update your SmartWatch 3 with LWX48P Android 5.0.1 Lollipop’s OTA package using ADB mainly because of the fact that its stock recovery doesn’t respond to commands over USB connection making it impossible to sideload the manually downloaded OTA. In this guide we’ll be using a different approach for the same purpose that has successfully been tested to work on all Android Wear devices.
Google has officially seeded the Android 5.0.1 Lollipop OS update to Sony SmartWatch 3 wearable via OTA, bumping its build number from KNX01V. This update is being rolled out in stages so it will take some time to hit your device. As usual, we’ve got our hands on the official download link to the OTA package and made it available in this article below.