Galaxy Watch 3 owners have one End of the service for the “Get Location”
Currently, users can see the watch’s last known location using Wi-Fi and GPS data in the Galaxy Wearable app (located at iOS and AndroidOnce the “Get Location” feature leaves, the Find My Watch service will remain available in the Galaxy Wearable app, allowing users to locate their device if it is nearby and the ringtone can be heard. But that, understandably, doesn’t give users much peace of mind.
Fortunately, Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 didn’t leave users completely dry and dry, thanks to the SmartThings Find app (op iOS and Android) recently added to the watch via a recent firmware update. The app has a built-in location finder and proximity finder for Galaxy devices, more or less eliminating the loss of the “Get Location” feature. SamMobile reports Galaxy Watch Active 2 and original Galaxy Watch users have also received the notification.