The connection between the watch and phone is cut temporarily whenever the distance between the two becomes too great or if signal conditions become bad for some reason. This causes the watch to go into a Link Loss state.
When Link Loss occurs, the watch will vibrate for about one second and then start trying to re-connect. At this time the Bluetooth icon will flash and the Link Loss Screen shown below will appear on the display.
If the watch is able to re-connect automatically with the phone after entering the Link Loss state:
The watch will return to the Timekeeping Mode with the Bluetooth icon displayed (not flashing).
If the watch is not able to re-connect automatically with the phone after entering the Link Loss state:
- The watch will beep to let you know it is temporarily suspending attempts to re-connect and return to the Timekeeping mode. In this case the Bluetooth icon disappears from the display and connection remains cut.
- After that, the watch will automatically try to re-connect approximately at 10-minute intervals. During each re-connection try, the Bluetooth icon will flash on the watch display and the Link Loss Screen will be displayed.
- If the watch is unable to re-connect with the phone within about one hour, it will disable Bluetooth, which causes the Bluetooth icon to disappear from the display. In this case, the connection will remain cut until it is re-established manually.
To re-connect manually after Link Loss
Perform the procedure under "To re-connect manually after a connection is cut".