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When it comes to smartwatches, Samsung is one of the top brands on the market. And with their new Samsung Smartwatch, the Gear S3, they have made a device that is not only stylish but functional as well. This watch can be used in a number of different ways, but one of its most important features is its ability to be used in an emergency situation. In this blog post, we will discuss how you can use your Samsung Smartwatch in an emergency and what some of its key features are.
Your Samsung smartwatch is an essential tool to have in case you find yourself faced with a real emergency. You can send messages and make calls for help, as well as access medical information that might be helpful if first responders need it during their recovery efforts on scene.
It’s best to always be prepared. If you ever need emergency assistance, your Samsung smart watch has features capable of helping, such as fall detection and SOS messages. Hopefully, you'll never find yourself in a real crisis, but if you do, you can send SOS messages to assigned contacts to let them know where you are and how to track you down. In the event you need medical assistance, your medical information can be quickly accessed to help first responders. Review the information below to learn about using your Samsung smart watch in emergency situations.
When you get a chance, you should set up the SOS feature on your smart watch in case the unthinkable ever happens. With this feature, quickly pressing your watch's Home key (Power key) will send alerts and calls to your assigned emergency contacts.
SOS request is not available on the Galaxy Fit or Galaxy Fit2. If your watch displays Emergency calls only, it has not had LTE service activated and must be activated to send SOS requests without being connected to a phone.
When the SOS feature goes off, the watch will continue to send alerts and updated location information every 30 minutes for a span of 24 hours. However, you can cancel the SOS alert earlier if the emergency has passed or if you sent it by accident.
On some watch models, you may need to swipe up on the notification instead of tapping it.
Once you've added your medical information to your contact profile on the connected phone, you can access your details directly from the watch.
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