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Galaxy Gear as watch and storage device
Will the Galaxy Gear work as a watch when not in contact with a phone or tablet? Also, will I be able to download files onto it, either directly through Dropbox, or indirectly from a Dropbox on the associated phone? And if yes, then again, will I be able to access such files when not in contact with the phone or tablet? (say on an airplane). The main files I have in mind are simple lists of addresses, phone numbers, and such. Perhaps a spreadsheet.
- 12-02-2013, 07:26 AM #2
Re: Galaxy Gear as watch and storage device
From what I've seen there is no way to interact with the filesystem on the device or a cloud storage solution like Dropbox. This may change if a Dropbox app is offered later, but right now there's nothing even close to it in the Samsung App store for the Gear.
- 12-03-2013, 04:25 PM #3
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