Why is my Apple Watch not receiving texts?
Check your iMessage settings
On your iPhone, go to Settings > Messages and make sure that iMessage is turned on. Then tap Send & Receive and make sure that you’re using the same Apple ID that your Apple Watch is using. If you aren’t signed in, sign in to iMessage with your Apple ID.
How do I get my text Messages to show up on my Apple Watch?
Open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone. Tap My Watch, then tap Messages. Tap Custom to set options for how you want to be notified when you receive a message.
How do I get text notifications on both iPhone and Apple Watch?
If you turn off Wrist Detection (on your iPhone, in the Watch app, go to: My Watch > Passcode – turn off Wrist Detection), then all notification alerts will be delivered to both devices.
Why am I not getting notified when I get a text?
Text Message Notification Settings – Android™
From the messaging app, tap the Menu icon. Tap ‘Settings’ or ‘Messaging’ settings. If applicable, tap ‘Notifications’ or ‘Notification settings’. Enabled when a checkmark is present or switch is in the ON position.
Why isn’t my Watch vibrating when I get a text?
If Do Not Disturb is turned on, your Apple Watch won’t vibrate when you receive text messages or other notifications. Your software is outdated. If you haven’t updated your Apple Watch or iPhone in a while, the connection may fail. Keep both devices updated to the latest software for the best compatibility.
Can Apple watch receive texts without phone?
To receive SMS, MMS, or push notifications from third-party apps on your cellular Apple Watch, your paired iPhone must be powered on and connected to Wi-Fi or cellular, but it doesn’t need to be nearby. You also need to be signed in to iMessage on your iPhone.
How do I get notifications on my iPhone?
Find your notifications in Notification Center
- On the Lock Screen: Swipe up from the middle of the screen.
- On other screens: Swipe down from the top center. Then you can scroll up to see older notifications, if there are any.
Why do my notifications only go to my Apple Watch?
If your iPhone is unlocked, you’ll get notifications on your iPhone, instead of your Apple Watch. If your iPhone is locked or asleep, you’ll get notifications on your Apple Watch, unless your Apple Watch is locked with your passcode. Open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone, then tap the My Watch tab. Tap Notifications.
Why doesn’t my iPhone make Sound when I get a text?
Here’s how to perform these steps: Settings > Notifications > Messages > Sounds > temporarily select a different alert tone. Restart your iPhone. Then, go back to Settings > Notifications > Messages > Sounds > select your preferred alert tone.