Linked by David Adams on Thu 9th Jul 2015 17:48 UTC
Apple With the launch today of the watchOS 2.0 beta 3, Apple has officially confirmed that there is no way to downgrade to an earlier version of watchOS without sending your device into Apple.
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RE: Comment by leos
by patrix on Sat 11th Jul 2015 03:38 UTC in reply to "Comment by leos"
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You can't downgrade Android Wear watches, either.

As for not being able to upgrade them, Thom's article was AFAIK a little bit unfair, as Motorola did finally release the update once they fixed the performance issues.

Thom would have probably written an article about laggy performance after updates and how Motorola should've fixed those before releasing it, in an alternate reality...

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RE[2]: Comment by leos
by leos on Sat 11th Jul 2015 19:26 in reply to "RE: Comment by leos"
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You can't downgrade Android Wear watches, either.

Interesting. I had assumed it was similar to android versions that can be freely up and downgraded. As it turns out that apparently doesn't work:!topic/android-wear/_DwQNZ7K...

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