Latest iOS9 build but can't get Apple Watch to install (beta) Watch OS2

Discussion in 'Apple Watch' started by rcoden, Aug 27, 2015.

  1. rcoden macrumors newbie

    rcoden

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    I've successfully installed and had running the latest version of iOS 9.0 (build 13A4325c) but I cannot for the life of me get the new WatchOS (beta) 2.0 to install. Every time I check the version, it says 1.01 is the current version and I get no further. Can anyone help?
     
  2. Mascots macrumors 65816

    Mascots

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    Make sure you download and install the configuration profile.
     
  3. rcoden thread starter macrumors newbie

    rcoden

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    Yes, yes, I should have stated that. I go to the AppleSeed website, log in, click on 'Enroll your device' scroll down to the bottom and I click on 'Download Profile'. I am offered a choice of iPhone or Apple Watch certificates and I click on the Apple Watch, and I am taken into the Apple Watch App and I have the option to install the certificate. When I click on install I get the consent screen and click on Install. Here is what I think is interesting, the 'Install' button is a little darker than the 'Cancel' button. None the less, I click on 'Install' and I get an installing profile. Then I am told to restart my apple watch, which I do. From there, nothing happens. The watch reboots, but I still have WatchOS 1.01.
     
  4. Shonuff macrumors member

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    Try installing it to your iPhone also. I had to install to both the Apple Watch and iPhone to get the update to show up.
     
  5. rcoden thread starter macrumors newbie

    rcoden

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    Tried that as well about an hour ago. Still no luck.
     
  6. Ludatyk macrumors 65816

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    Question. In order to use WatchOS 2... Do my iPhone have to be on iOS 9?
     
  7. tyshemi macrumors newbie

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  8. Gav2k macrumors G3

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    Are you on public beta or Dev beta?

    Public does not include os2 but it's a little confusing for people as the profile is on the site
     
  9. rcoden thread starter macrumors newbie

    rcoden

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    @Gav2k, yup, you are correct, not for folks on public beta, at least that is what I have read several times now. Oh well, not that big go a deal, official release is probably only a few weeks away now. Thanks everyone.
     
  10. tjleonard macrumors 6502

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    I wish I never installed os2 on the watch...

    I put beta 4 on it, and it seem more sluggish, worse battery (not by enough to worry about) but my biggest frustration is I can't get my Capital One credit cards to verify with Apple Pay. I read on Beta 4, they enabled Apple Pay and I can live with bugs so thought to give it a shot. I know to expect bugs - but really miss that Apple pay :(

    I did call Capital One and they try to manually verify it although it says it's verified on their side. Anyone else (maybe with or without) Capital One that has had trouble verifying there watch with Apple Pay?
     

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