The latest firmware update for the TicWatch Pro 3 introduces a variety of enhancements

The TicWatch Pro 3 is getting a big software update that will improve it in a number of ways and make the chipset work better.

The watch is the first of its kind to have the Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 4100 processor. Although there are now only a few devices that use the new chipset, we anticipate that there will be more in the not too distant future. The 4100’s performance is both quicker and more consistent, which is one of its primary advantages. The TicWatch Pro 3’s 8 gigabytes of storage space and 1 gigabyte of random access memory (RAM) also help with this.

Battery life is one area in which Google’s operating system could use some improvement. Because it consumes less power, the 4100 chip is helpful in this regard. The TicWatch Pro 3, along with the Suunto 7, is one of the greatest Wear OS devices that are currently available for purchase.


H-MR2 Firmware Upgrade

 Mobvoi reports that customers should soon start to notice the highly awaited H-MR2 upgrade because it has now gone live for the TicWatch Pro 3. There are many improvements to the quality of life in the update, which are all explained in the next few paragraphs for your convenience.

 Simply docking your watch on its charging station will bring you the latest software. Bring your mobile device closer to you. After successfully establishing a Bluetooth connection, the update should start installing itself immediately. You also have the option to update through WiFi.

If the watch is not updating, there is a procedure that you can attempt to perform. It may be necessary to click the blue checkmark within System Update multiple times before it will take effect. A thread on Reddit claims that 15-20 taps is all that is necessary. 


The following are new features: 

  1. A setting to prevent users from activating Google Assistant by holding down the power button for an extended period of time.
  2. Reorganized the screen brightness controls
  3. A brand-new tile for the weather.
  4. The addition of a theatrical mode 
  5. allows for the regular entry and exit of the vital mode 



  1. Changed the display of the media volume and the ringtone volume bar to correspond to the actual volume.
  2. The Mobvoi Launcher’s app organization has been given some much-needed TLC.
  3. Improved the overall fluidity of the Mobvoi Launcher’s sliding motion.
  4. improved the off-body detection system’s reliability
  5. Performance enhancements have been made on systems using Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 4100.
  6. The “OK Google” switch has been relocated from the settings menu of the watch to the settings menu of the Google assistant.
  7. The animation for shutting down and charging has been improved.
  8. applied the most recent security patch, version 2021-03-05.

Bug fixes:

  1. Fixed an issue in which the Auto-DND setting did not always take effect.
  2. A bug that caused the screen to occasionally remain unlocked while charging has been fixed.
  3. Fixed a bug that caused the Phone app to disappear from the Mobvoi Launcher when it was paired with an Android device.
  4. Addressed a number of other issues discovered.

The rollout will occur in stages. Mobvoi anticipates that approximately 30% of watches will have received the update by April 23rd, and that all watches will have received the upgrade by April 24th. This applies solely to the GPS model of the TicWatch Pro 3 exclusively. It is anticipated that the LTE iteration will receive the update in the months of May or June.

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