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coolbreeze2

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I have the first generation Apple Watch Ultra and it stays up to date. It use to always automatically connect to my home Wifi but it doesn't now. I have to go into settings and initiate the connection. I have selected "Auto-Join" for the home network but it won't automatically connect. Anyone else notice this?
 

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I have the first generation Apple Watch Ultra and it stays up to date. It use to always automatically connect to my home Wifi but it doesn't now. I have to go into settings and initiate the connection. I have selected "Auto-Join" for the home network but it won't automatically connect. Anyone else notice this?
Have you rebooted your watch?
 

coolbreeze2

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ok, "forget this network" and then re-connect/auto-connect ...
what watchOS?
and no issues with your iPhone?
Ok forgot network and re-joined. I will wait later and see when I leave home and return if it automatically joins. It says I have version 10.3.1.
 

jz0309

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Ok forgot network and re-joined. I will wait later and see when I leave home and return if it automatically joins. It says I have version 10.3.1.
I would suggest to upgrade to 10.4.
Security fixes and it has improved battery life
 

coolbreeze2

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I would suggest to upgrade to 10.4.
Security fixes and it has improved battery life
It's now working correctly but I am still gonna upgrade to 10.4. I hope that the upgrade does not break things.
 
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