Most of the current Google watch crop should have got their Android Wear 2.0 update by now. The official word from the Big G at launch was:
"Android Wear 2.0 will be available for all supported Android Wear watches in the coming weeks."
However, Google has told us that a bug found in the final stages of testing caused delays with the rollout. The good news is that the Android Wear 2.0 rollout started to happen at the end of March.
Below are the details on all the Android Wear 2.0 updates for existing watches. Read on to find out about your smartwatch…
Asus ZenWatch 2 / Asus ZenWatch 3
Asus stated that the ZenWatch 2 and 3 will get their Android Wear 2.0 updates in Q2 of 2017 and Google confirmed an April/May timescale. However, nothing landed in April - although there are now reports that it is landing on the ZenWatch 3 at least.
Casio Smart Outdoor Watch / Casio Pro Trek
The existing Smart Outdoor Watch (WSD-F10) update is currently rolling out and should have landed on your watch by now - we've got it running on ours. The Pro Trek (WSD-F20) will come with Wear 2.0 already running the show.
Fossil Q Founder / Fossil Q Marshal / Fossil Q Wander
The 2.0 Fossil upgrade kicked off on the Q Founder and now the second-generation Q devices – that's the Wander and the Marshal – are receiving their updates too. You should have it done and dusted by now.
With the Huawei Watch 2 official, the Chinese company already has a 2.0 device in its armoury. The original Watch, which was the go-to device for devs testing the Wear 2.0 beta, is finally getting the update. Users on the developer preview are reporting getting an OTA update. As for those still on Wear 1.5, users have reported to have made it work by tapping on the green "System is up to date" screen repeatedly to "force" the update to happen.
LG Watch Urbane / LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition LTE / LG G Watch R
Only the oldest LG Wear smartwatch, the original G, misses out on the update. The LG Watch R and LG Watch Urbane updates are rolling out and the LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition will follow at the beginning of May.
Michael Kors Access
Like the trio of Fossil watches listed above, the Michael Kors Access duo – that's the Bradshaw and Dylan – should now have their new software.
Moto 360 2nd-gen / Moto 360 Sport
Motorola has confirmed that Wear 2.0 has started rolling out to the 2nd-gen Moto 360, however the Moto 360 Sport variant will have to wait a bit longer. Motorola says it hasn't got a timeframe to share for that one just yet.
New Balance RunIQ
New Balance put the RunIQ on sale just days before Android Wear 2.0 went live, which was a dumb move. However, the rollout is now underway.
Nixon The Mission
Nixon's The Mission's 2.0 upgrade rollout has begun. Gnarly.
The M600's Android Wear 2.0 update, which has rolled out, wasn't the big update that will also add a load of new swim tracking features to the monitoring mix. That's coming soon though, we're told.
Sony Smartwatch 3
Big stink alert. A lot of you have – rightly – been in touch to express frustration that the Sony SmartWatch 3 isn't getting the Android Wear 2.0 treatment. And there's even been a petition to pressure Sony into changing its mind. But it's not happening. Sorry.
Tag Heuer Connected
During the official unveiling of the Tag Heuer Connected Modular 45, the company's CEO stated that Wear 2.0 is coming for the original Connected at the end of the month and he wasn't lying – the smartwatch was on the original list of three smartwatches receiving the 2.0 OS and everyone should now have it.
Keep an eye on this story as we'll keep it up-to-date with the latest Android Wear 2.0 update information.
Rocking a Samsung Gear Live, original Moto 360, LG G Watch or Sony Smartwatch 3 and annoyed you won't be upgrading to Android Wear 2.0? Let us know in the comments below.
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