I have been using it very happily for about a month now, but a few days ago the bell sound that helps me switch from running to resting and back without looking on my AppleWatch has suddenly stopped working. Now I only get a buzz, but that’s too faint to notice during workouts most of the time.
What is wrong ?
The solution is so simple, you may have overlooked it :
on your AppleWatch in standard view, slide up to see the buttons for WiFi, Airplane Mode, Night Mode, etc.
slide up again to see the rest of the buttons
bottom left, you’ll see the Bell-button crossed-out in red : click it to reactivate (so the button’s color will be back to gray)
now, your (bell) sound will be back when you ar e using the app on your AppleWatch
Sometimes, when I look on my Apple Watch to check the time, the watch face has suddenly changed to something completely different.
Now, each time this happens, I have to open the Watch-app on my iPhone and reselect my preferred watch face and set it as “My Current Watch Face” to get things back to normal…
Isn’t there an easy way to prevent that my watch face will suddenly change into something different ? I’ve looked in on my Apple Watch and in the iOS Watch-app, but I can’t find a setting to block this…
What am I doing wrong ?
Since you have unintentionally set multiple watch faces in “My Watch Faces”, you’re watch face will change if you swipe left or right when your current watch face is displayed.
Simply put : it’s a feature, not a bug.
To be more precise : this is a feature for people who want different watch faces for different activities like “Work”, “Home”, “Sports”, etc. ; but anyone who has no need for this feature, or never thought this could be handy, it seems like erratic behavior whenever the watch face ‘suddenly’ changes…
To fix this :
on your iPhone (or iPad), open the Watch-app
the “My Watch” screen opens
at “MY FACES”, see how many watch faces you have set
click on “Edit” (in orange)
in the “My Faces” screen that opens, delete all watch faces you don’t want or need, except for the “Current Watch Face”