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    LG G Watch inconsistent time keeping.

    I recently purchased the LG G watch, and i noticed that it is not keeping a consistent time. The time will skip ahead about 10 to 15 minutes, then will go back to matching the time of the phone. This has consistently been happening since I purchased the watch Saturday. Any ideas on how to remedy the situation?
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    When you notice this time skipping issue happening, try to look on the phone and make sure that the Android Wear app says the watch is connected. I haven't noticed my LG G Watch getting this far out of sync on the time personally, but that would be the first thing I would try.

    Resetting the watch and re-pairing it would be the next thing I would try after that, however if nothing works... you might want to just return and exchange the watch for another one since you just recently purchased it.

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