1. AC Question's Avatar
    This morning my GNote 3 began showing the error message "Unfortunately, Android Wear has stopped." Each time I cleared the message it popped back up again, endlessly. I rebooted my phone and rebooted my Samsung Gear Live watch--it made no difference, same message. Finally, I uninstalled the Android Wear app. When I reinstalled the app the error message instantly reappeared when I tried to open the app. The app info reports all data cleared, nothing cached, but the app still will not open and repeats the error message. Anyone else experiencing this or have any thoughts?
    07-10-2014 10:41 AM
  2. jkal25's Avatar
    I just started with the same problem, exact same symptoms. I have a Gear Live too and my phone is a S5.
    08-07-2014 07:54 AM
  3. life2006's Avatar
    I have a LG watch and it was working for a few hours when i purchased it but now it its now the android wear application is not working. This pops up "Unfortunately, Android Wear has stopped." Its not right. I don't have Email exchange...Anybody have a solution? I'm trying to use it with my LG G3 phone.
    08-10-2014 06:16 PM
  4. Michael Penda's Avatar
    I had the same problem. I was able to hit the stem in in between that annoying screen (took many tries) and get the settings screen. I tried "restart" to no avail. I got back into that screen again and did a reset, while uninstalling and reinstalling the Android Wear app. So basically, started all over again. The key was the "reset" on the 360 itself.
    09-24-2014 07:46 AM
  5. Tavinho Sant Anna's Avatar
    Hi! how reset the moto 360 because dont have usb port and i try to reset by button and nothing. the message return...HELP!!!!!!!!!
    07-27-2015 12:10 PM
  6. Minizorg's Avatar
    YES!, this worked for me (I had to "Reset to Factory", and reestablish Bluetooth connectivity, do this with the Android Wear App, then everything started working again.):

    Joe Ellett Top Contributor50 Best Answers

    You can also clear caché from Google Play services (but be aware that might be risky). To do this:

    On your phone:
    Settings, Device, Apps, select Google Play Services. Clear cache and Clear data.

    Settings, Device, Apps, swipe from the right to switch to the All tab, select Google Services framework. Clear cache and Clear data. On older releases it may be called Google Services Platform.

    07-27-2015 06:13 PM

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