Android Wear is a new version of the Google Android operating system designed to smartwatches and other wearables. Probably this operating system will be in the LG G Watch and the Samsung Gear Live, scheduled to start shipping yesterday. And, while the hardware is still on track, Google is still working to polish the software with a new software update that is rolling out of the current platform. As before, this seems to be a fairly minor update. The build number for the update is KMV78X, which is a small bump in the previous update, KMV78V. And, once again, do not really know what’s in the update. There was hope that the update can solve the problem with paid apps working with Android Wear, but it seems that has not happened. Apparently this is basically nothing more than an update of improved error correction/performance.
For now, the update seems to only be rolling out the Samsung Gear Live. We have not heard any reports of the update making its way to the LG G watch, but it seems likely that will be appearing soon. Just days after the retail release LG and Samsung G Watch Gear Live is another firmware update Wear starting to hit Android devices, and it seems smartwatch Samsung is the first with the new construction. Live Gears multiple owners have told us they are getting a small update over-the-air to build KMV78X number from the KMV78V before.
It is still unclear what’s new in this latest version, but you may have something to do with dealing with the newfound paid Android Wear bug . (Updated:. Nope) So far there are no reports that the LG G Watch KMV78X receive the update, even assuming that this patch is not limited to addressing Gear-specific issues, built-in clock LG should continue in the short term. Android Wear owners can go to Settings > About > System Updates to see if your update is ready yet.
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Source: Android Central
Via: Phone Arena