Connecting the M600 to Wi-Fi
When you connect the M600 to a Wi-Fi network, you'll be able to use the Google Play Store app on your M600 to keep the Polar app updated and to download more apps to your Wear OS by Google smartwatch.
Applicable only to Polar M600 paired with an Android phone
Your M600 can automatically connect to saved Wi-Fi networks if it loses the Bluetooth connection with your phone. When your Android phone is connected to either a Wi-Fi or mobile network and your M600 is connected to a Wi-Fi network, your smartwatch can stay synced with your phone, and you can get notifications to your M600 even if you leave your phone to another room.
Your phone and M600 share data through the Wear OS by Google cloud sync. So, you must turn cloud sync on in the Wear OS by Google app on your phone.
To turn Wear OS by Google cloud sync on
- In the Wear OS by Google app on your phone, tap the Settings icon.
- Tap Privacy & personal data.
- Then tap Cloud sync.
- Move the switch to On position.
Applicable to Polar M600 paired with both Android phones and iPhones
To connect the M600 to a Wi-Fi network
- Make sure the display of your M600 is active and you're on the home screen.
- Swipe down from the top of the screen to access the Quick settings menu.
- Tap the settings icon.
- Scroll the Settings menu to find and tap Connectivity.
- Tap Wi-Fi.
- Tap +Add network.
- Wait for the smartwatch to find available Wi-Fi networks, and find and tap the one you want to connect to.
- If the network you chose requires a password, you'll need to enter the password on your phone. Tap Enter on phone, then on your phone, enter the password for the Wi-Fi network and tap Connect.
To turn Wi-Fi on and off
- Navigate to the Settings app, and find and tap Connectivity.
- Tap Wi-Fi.
- Tap Wi-Fi to toggle between Wi-Fi Automatic and Wi-Fi Off.
You can save the M600 battery life by not allowing your smartwatch to use Wi-Fi.
Scroll down the Wi-Fi menu to find and tap About Wi-Fi for more information on Wi-Fi on your wearable, or visit the Wear OS by Google Help site.