Samsung has started rolling out a new software update to its Galaxy Watch with some system improvements. A similar kind of update was already released for the Samsung Gear S3 by the company a week ago. Samsung Galaxy Watch update gets swim tracking improvement, alarm sync disables option with a build number of R810XXU1CSG4.
The new firmware update is now rolling out for both the 42mm and 46mm dial shaped Galaxy Watches. However, according to the reports, the update is currently available in the United States. But it will soon be available in other countries as well.
R810XXU1CSG4: Galaxy Watch Update Improvements and Fixes
The South-Korean tech giant Samsung is now rolling out the firmware for the Galaxy Watch with the size around 15.36MB. While the changelog mentioned that it brings system improvements, improved swim tracker, and disables alarm synchronization for paired devices as well.
As we already mentioned above that this update previously rolled out to the Gear S3 smartwatch. After getting the One UI update, Gear S3 was copying the alarm settings from the paired devices previously. That’s fixed now. In this case, if users want the watch to only vibrate alarm in the morning, they wake up the watch ringing for the alarm which is irritating.
The latest update improves the swim workout tracking for that activity. Now, the users can get more accurate and detailed results on it. Check out the firmware update screenshot from below.