With the release of Android Wear 2.0, we show you how to update Android Wear smartwatches. • Swipe down from the top of the screen.• Swipe from right to left until you see Settings and tap it.• Scroll to the bottom and click About.• Scroll down and tap System updates.If an update is available, the device will download and install it. An update notification will happen if your watch is connected to the charger and is within Bluetooth range of your phone. Remember that even though a new version of the software may have been released, you may need to wait hours or days until it’s available for your device so be patient and keep trying.But when we do it to our computers, which some of us do more often than we'd like to admit, we usually aren't doing it very happily. They're so easily corrupted and fouled up that it's almost expected that we'll have to wipe them out and start over from time to time. I like Windows Mobile (WM) but I don't want the Treo's stylus. As much as I abhor proprietary stuff, I love the idea that I can playback movies and stereo music on the Q.There also isn't much of an act to follow when it comes to PCs. It isn't as smart as we'd like it to be as the video you're about to watch proves. I'm not even interested in identifying the culprit. Microsoft has a cool downloadable app called Photostory that allows you to take a series of photos and turn them into a movie.
Like a PC, I'm sometimes willing to put up with living on the bleeding edge.But third party software, along with a lot of the settings and things you may have saved in that software, must be reinstalled and recreated. And then there's the wireless carrier, in this case Verizon Wireless, who rules the roost. At the time, the Black Berries had no multimedia features.