The Samsung Galaxy Smartwatch recently got the latest WearOS update. In the new update, there are a bunch of noteworthy features that you can look forward to, including pairing your smartwatch with a new device without requiring you to reset the former.
Meanwhile, there have been a number of under-the-hood changes that haven’t been documented enough. One of them is the way you connect your watch to your PC, especially when using the Galaxy Watch Studio.
However, when users are doing this, they are getting the No Connection Could Be Made (10061) issue. If you have been experiencing this problem, then this guide will be helpful. In this guide, you will get to know how to fix the No Connection Could be Made issue on a Galaxy Watch.
Steps to fix No Connection Could be Made (10061) issue on a Galaxy Watch?
If you want to rectify this issue, not only will you need to enable ADB Debugging and Debug over Wi-Fi, but you will also need to use the Pair New Device feature. Here are the steps you need to follow –
- Go to Settings and then go to “About Watch”
- Now, select “Software” and then tap the Software Version 7 times
- Go to Developer Options and then enable the toggle beside ADB Debugging
- Then, you should scroll down slightly and enable the toggle beside Debut over Wi-Fi
- It will bring up the IP Address (remember to note it somewhere and don’t include the port number)
- For instance, if the entire value is 192.168.1.5:6666, your IP address will be 192.168.1.5
- Now, head over to Wireless Debugging and then tap on “Pair a new device”
- You will be getting a Wi-Fi Pairing Code
- Use it in the desired software and your task will be complete