While Android Wear 2.0 was formally propelled by Google early a month ago, the rollout of the second form of Google’s portable stage was postponed for a few wearables by producers. Google has now unveiled that the rollout delay for the wearables was created because of a bug that was found in the organization’s trying.
While the refresh has begun taking off for Fossil Q Founder, Casio Smart Outdoor Watch WSD-F10, and Tag Heuer Connected, the refresh rollout for other (read more established) wearables has been postponed because of a bug found by the organization in their testing, the organization said in an announcement to 9To5Google. “For different gadgets, the refresh is as of now being deferred because of a bug found in definite testing. We will push the refresh to the rest of the gadgets when the issue is settled,” the hunt goliath said.
Despite the fact that the organization has now unveiled the explanation behind the deferral in rollout, it has still not gave any course of events to the normal rollout for these gadgets. Strikingly, the organization at first wanted to take off Android Wear 2.0 a month ago itself. Aside from the three gadgets specified above, LG Watch Style and Watch Sport, the watches planned by organization in a joint effort with Google, as of now run Android Wear 2.0.
For those ignorant, the Android Wear 2.0 refresh conveys a few changes to Google’s wearable stage including an enhanced interface, modified watch confronts, Google Assistant and Android Pay Support, on-watch Google Play store, and significantly more.