Notifications question

ggp759

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Jun 24, 2007
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Hey guys just got the watch and i have one question. I want to turn off the "activate on wrist movement feature" because it drains battery life and lights up the watch when is not needed. When i turn that off though every time i have a notification ( this happens with basic notifications ie phone call, sms as well as third party apps) the watch does not light up the screen to show me the notification. Just a sound and a vibration. Is there a way around this? Whats the point of not showing any notifications as i receive them? Thanks a lot.
 

Knightcastle

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Apr 25, 2015
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There's not a way around it. Just turn activate on wrist move on, your battery will last nearly 2 days anyway.
 

Newtons Apple

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I do not know about 40 hours but I also turned off the wrist raise function for a day and it saved little power compared to the convenience of it being automatic so I turn it back on. It might waste some power but I,average about 40% remaining at the end of the day

Just use your watch and forget about the battery, it will be fine.