Connecting apple watch to android

A question that concerns almost all apple watch users: can you use an apple watch with Android? Connecting your apple watch to your android smartphone seems a bit daring or impossible. It doesn’t require a lot of tools, but a lot of work. It can be done.

Note that you have to have an iPhone device, so these steps serve properly. Also, this might affect the longevity of the watch’s battery life.

You can simply buy an android watch if you are an android user! It’s quite obvious, really. But that’s not what we’re here to talk about. Users asked whether we can use an apple watch with an android device… and we delivered… hopefully!

How to Connect Both Incompatible Devices

So to connect them to each other, all you need is to follow certain steps, and make sure you have these tools:

  • An unlocked Apple Watch with LTE, and an unlocked iphone6 or a higher version.
  • An unlocked Android smartphone
  • A SIM card removal tool.

First, make sure you have set up your watch through your iPhone, and that you have them connected to the LTE network.

Secondly, turn off both your iPhone and your android phone along with your watch. After placing the SIM card of your iPhone device into the other android, turn on both the watch and the android smartphone.

Finally, your phone will be connected to your carrier, and eventually you can use your iPhone watch with your android phone. That should get it accomplished for you.

I know it’s tricky, but it’s not the end of the world. If you got your head into it, and you really want to connect two incompatible devices, you can have some success. Again, we see no reason why an android user would do that. There is a ton of options on the market that you can use on Android. Why would you go for Apple?

Stay on our side, we love the comfort android has to offer us. There are always more customization options on the android system. Apple is too restricted with their rules and regulations. You might as well call it out once and for all that if you own an iPhone, it’s not really yours.

But enough with the exaggeration for now; let us know in the comments below if you happened to succeed with these steps. We’re always happy to hear your feedback!