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How to Setup a WiFi Network on Galaxy Watch 4 Classic – A simple guide

The new Galaxy Watch 4 Classic has Bluetooth and WiFi as means of connecting to other devices. While the watch communicates with your phone mainly via Bluetooth, with a Wi-Fi connection you can access the internet and transfer larger files between phone and watch. If you own the Bluetooth model of the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, you will need your phone to be nearby to install apps, watch faces, and browse the internet. However, with Wi-Fi access, you can install apps, watch faces and browse the internet from the watch without connecting or needing a phone. This simple guide will show you how to add a Wi-Fi network to Galaxy Watch 4 Classic which will allow you to install apps, watch faces, stream music, and browse the internet without a phone.

How to Setup a Wi-Fi Network on Galaxy Watch 4 Classic

To setup a Wi-Fi network on Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, simply follow the steps below. This can only be done through the watch itself.

  1. Wake up the watch and scroll to the settings app and click on it.
  2. Tap on the settings app to start

  3. Scroll to where it says connections and click on it. Find Wi-Fi in the list and tap on it.
  4. Tap on connections to continue

  5. Choose Wifi from the list and switch on Wi-Fi by toggling the button, this will automatically search for available Wi-Fi networks. You can also tap on add network to manually search for available Wi-Fi networks.
  6. Choose Wi-Fi and toggle on to search for available Wi-Fi networks

  7. Select the WiFi network and enter the password if it’s password protected. The device will attempt to connect to the Wi-Fi network. If successfully connected, you should see connected under the connected Wi-Fi network.

    That’s it! You have successfully added a Wi-Fi network to the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic. This will allow you install apps, stream music, install watch faces and ofcourse browse the internet without your phone.

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