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    android wear windows phone

    can I connect my android wear device to a windows Phone?
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    No, I don't think it's possible. I did see that Google was "interested" in making their Android Wear devices work across other platforms but haven't seen anything much more than that. You could try a Pebble. I believe there is a third party app that will make the Pebble work on WP ... but check on it before buying.
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    As mentioned above, your best bet is a Pebble on Windows Phone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Penguwin View Post
    As mentioned above, your best bet is a Pebble on Windows Phone.
    Pebble takes some doing... Some back end slight of hand as it were. I just went through it and it is not terribly bad if you are inclined for things that Mod a phone. And it isn't 100% integration. For instance I can't leverage any of my Sensor Core with it.

    Best application is a Microsoft Band, obviously. But FitBit is pretty tight on Windows Phone as well.

    Pebble and some elbow grease is the most cost effective.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rickymartinxz View Post
    Now android wear starting working on IOS, hope very soon it will work on Windows too.
    With Project Astoria on the horizon to make Android apk porting to Windows 10 Mobile easier, this just may come to fruition starting Q4 2015 or Q1 2016.

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