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bronksy

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Original poster
Oct 5, 2006
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Just updated to iOS9. Not sure why I have 2 listings here. What is it for?
With a major iOS version I always do a total clean install and did the same for my watch. Figured it wouldn't do and harm to clean out my rubbish.

This seems to have come over from iCloud. I didn't unpair my watch from the phone before my update, but switching them on and off doesn't seem to make a difference.

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teeshot44

macrumors 65816
Aug 8, 2015
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Just updated to iOS9. Not sure why I have 2 listings here. What is it for?
With a major iOS version I always do a total clean install and did the same for my watch. Figured it wouldn't do and harm to clean out my rubbish.

This seems to have come over from iCloud. I didn't unpair my watch from the phone before my update, but switching them on and off doesn't seem to make a difference.

It probably shows up twice in your Health App also. Happens if you un-link and re-link. Only way I got rid of it was "Erase all content and settings". Then restore as new. If you restore from backup that had it, it will still be there.
 
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bronksy

macrumors 6502a
Original poster
Oct 5, 2006
729
466
London
It was a full clean install on the watch and the iPhone.

I think it's some settings that are stored in my iCloud account (not the backup file)
 

BarracksSi

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Jul 14, 2015
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Weird thing is I don't have my watch listed even though it rings when I receive a call.
Same here. I never thought to look for this Settings screen until I saw this thread, too. The only device listed was my MBP, even though I've seen my iPad respond to calls.
 
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