Apple Watch is primarily used for managing calls (Making or receiving calls), Getting Reminders from Calendar Events, Preview and reply notifications, using third-party app features, and more. This Apple watch has excellent functionality that we can reset and get help to fix different try of sync problems. I am discussing fixing the Contacts and Calendar sync problem on Apple Watch. Apple Watch isn’t updating the contact app or Showing the Calendar Event created in the Calendar app.
Your Apple watch backup will automatically save with the iPhone backup you take using iTunes or iCloud. And it is restorable at the time or restoring your iPhone and Apple watch.
Steps for Fix Contacts and Calendar sync problems after Update WatchOS
- Launch Watch App on your iPhone.
- Tap on “My Watch” Tab
- Next, in the My Watch tab, Tap on General Tab on iPhone.
- In General, option, Scroll down to last on the iPhone watch app.
- Scroll the Reset click on left corner.
- Tap on it to reset Sync Data completely and automatically.
Note: We can’t reset Sync Data from Apple Watch using Apple Watch. We can do it via the iPhone watch app.
Reset Sync Data option is for: resetting sync data will erase all contacts and calendar data from your Apple Watch before re-syncing from your iPhone.
Close the Contact app and force restart the app
Press the side button once to preview recently used quickly and open apps on the apple watch. Then, from the multitasking App screen, slide left on the app to find the remove option.
Force Close or Hard Restart Apple Watch
Press and hold the Side button + Digital Crown button until you see the black screen Apple watch.
To turn on after force restart: Press the side button once. You will see the Apple logo on the watch screen.
Enter the apple watch passcode and see the problem fixed.
See: Hard reset apple watch tutorial and check Contacts and Calendar sync thoroughly.
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