Galaxy s3 email widget not updating
The easiest way to do this is to open the Samsung Gear app (on your phone) and search for Note 1: Be aware that there are different editions of each of these apps for different Gear models.
Make sure you install the one that mentions your model (S2, S3, etc.) in the title.
Does anyone know how I can access exchange email subfolders on my Samsung Galaxy S3?
I have set my Samsung Galaxy S3 up with my corporate exchange 2010 server and it syncs all the inbox emails, calender appointments, and contacts without problem but I cant access any of my email subfolders. Folders You now need to tap the folder icon next to Inbox and it will 'expand' and display all the subfolders under it. It wont work if you press the text so you must press the icon.
I have to say this is pretty poor UI design, as it is not obvious to end users.
I'll try and add a screenshot when I next get the s3. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count).
Installation of the watch apps from outside the Gear Apps store isn't supported, so our only advice is for you to contact Samsung about the problem, and hope that they'll fix it at some point.Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead?Google Play Store is the official market for Android phone, including Samsung Galaxy SIII.I noticed a problem with my widgets on my Android device where the app widgets were not showing up.I had all of the standard widgets like Music, News & Weather, and Power Control, but no option for Facebook, Twitter, or any other apps I installed.As such, we are no longer able to make any improvements to our apps on Gear, or make them available for newer devices.Older versions of Wearable Widgets remain on the Gear app store, but are not available for all devices, and cannot receive any further updates.To resolve this issue, the app had to be moved back to the memory of the phone using these steps: Repeat these steps for any other apps you are experiencing the same issue with. You will have to clear the Home screen data and start fresh.These steps will reset your icons on the Home screen back to defaults.Samsung does support the S2 and S3 beyond their own phones, however, so that configuration is OK. [On the Gear 2, you’ll change watch faces by going to Settings Clock.] Either way, the widget(s) you've chosen on our phone app should then be shown on your watch.If you have multiple widgets, just swipe left and right to see them all in the interactive app.