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    So when I get a text message and I open it up and read it on my watch, I still have the notification on my phone. Is there a way without using the "open on device" to have the phone know that I have read the message on the watch and get rid of the notification?
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    Default Re: Is there anyway too......

    The last I heard this was a downside to the smartwatches. I recall hearing in the AC podcast that the notification would still be on your device.

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    Default Re: Is there anyway too......

    The notifications should go away if you are using Samsung's Messages app, but they don't if you are using a non-Samsung app like Hangouts or a third-party app. It would be nice though.

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