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Looking to activate LTE service on your Samsung galaxy watch? In this step-by-step guide, wristwatchstraps.co will show you how to do just that! Keep in mind that you will need a data plan from your cellular provider in order to use LTE. If you are not sure whether or not your provider offers data plans for the galaxy watch, be sure to contact them directly.
Samsung has Bluetooth and LTE compatible smart watches! The LTE version can receive calls and messages without being connected to a phone. However, you'll first need to activate service for your watch through the same carrier as your mobile phone. AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon all offer plans for the LTE versions of the different Galaxy Watch models, including the Galaxy Watch4, Galaxy Watch3, and Galaxy Watch Active series.
You can activate the mobile network only when you use a phone running the Android operating system 5.0 or later and with 1.5GB of RAM or more. You must be connected to a Wi-Fi or mobile network. Plans and connection method may vary depending on the carrier. These instructions only apply to LTE versions of Samsung smart watches.
When you connect your watch to your phone for the first time, you'll see prompts to activate your carrier's service on the watch. Once you've done that, you'll need to finish the activation process. Carrier service cannot be activated outside of the United States on a watch sold for use in the United States. The Galaxy Watch4 must be paired with a phone to activate service.
If the watch was set up without a phone, you can still activate service for the watch using the watch itself.
You will need a QR code to activate your watch service with AT&T or Verizon. The code can be obtained by contacting these characters. If you reset your watch or the mobile network, you will need to obtain a new QR code from the carrier.
If you're unable to activate service for your watch or if it has been repaired and no longer connects to your carrier's network, you'll need to contact them, provide the watch's unique identifier number (EID, IMEI, or ICCID), and confirm you have the correct service plan.
You can also check for these numbers in the Galaxy Wearable app. Open the app, and then tap Watch settings or the Home tab. Next, tap About watch, and then tap Device. Here you can see the EID, IMEI, or ICCID. Depending on your model or activation status, your watch may not display the EID or ICCID.
If you are having trouble activating LTE service on your watch, we can help you out. Please follow the instructions mention below:
That’s all there is to it! You have now successfully activated LTE service on your Samsung Galaxy Watch. How helpful was this information? If you found this guide useful, please share it with your friends and family members who also own a Galaxy Watch. We hope you enjoy all the benefits of having an active LTE connection on your wrist!
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