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TicWatch Pro 3 (GPS) update brings new features, March security patch – Devdiscourse


Mobvoi is rolling out a new software update to the TicWatch Pro 3 GPS edition. Based on the Wear OS H-MR2, the update comes with firmware version PMRB.210407.001 and brings several new features including the theatre mode, Weather tile and screen brightness layout, among others.

Besides, the Wear OS H-MR2 update fixes several issues and bumps up the TicWatch Pro 3 GPS smartwatch’s security patch level to March 2021. According to the official post, the update will reach 50% of users by April 23 and 100% of users by April 24.

Here’s the full changelog for the latest TicWatch Pro 3 GPS H-MR2 update:

New features

  • Option to disable the long-press power button to activate Google Assistant
  • New screen brightness layout
  • New Weather tile
  • New theatre mode
  • Support regular enter and exit the essential mode.

Improvements

  • Optimized the media volume and the ringtone volume bar’s display to match the actual volume
  • Optimized the sorting of apps in Mobvoi Launcher
  • Optimized the sliding smoothness of Mobvoi Launcher
  • Optimized the accuracy of off-body detection
  • Improved the performance on Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 4100 platforms
  • Moved the “OK Google” switch from the watch’s settings menu to the Google Assistant settings
  • Optimized the shutdown charging animation
  • Updated security patch to 2021-03-05

Bug fixed

  • Fixed the issue that Auto-DND sometimes cannot take effect
  • Fixed an issue where the screen may not lock when charging
  • Fixed an issue where the Phone app might disappear in Mobvoi Launcher when pairing with an Android phone
  • Fixed other discovered bugs.

To update your TicWatch Pro 3 GPS smartwatch:

  • plug the watch on the charging dock
  • connect it to the cellphone via Bluetooth or connect to the internet via wifi
  • the update will start in a bit automatically if it’s available for your device (since it is rolling out in stages)



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