The following guide will explain how to pair your Pixel Watch with a Chinese phone. Despite slow progress, Google remains a strong player in the smartwatch market. Although it failed to catch the attention of the masses in its first and second versions, it did so mostly for the right reasons. Additionally, Pixel devices bring you closer to completing the Google ecosystem than ever. If you don’t own a Pixel phone, what can you do?
It should be fairly easy to get around any issues you might encounter, except if you own a Chinese phone like a Huawei, Oppo, or Vivo. Pixel devices cannot be paired with any of these Chinese devices, at least not the conventional way if you own any of these devices. A nifty workaround exists, however, that can be used to accomplish this task easily. Here, we will let you know exactly what we mean. Let’s go.
How to Pair Pixel Watch with a Chinese Phone
Your Pixel Watch should be paired with a non-Chinese phone at first.
After that, download the All In One Tool for WearOS Devices.
The above tool will allow you to pair your Pixel watch with your Windows PC and connect it to it.
Follow the instructions on the screen to pair it with another device.
There you go. Pixel Watches with Chinese phones should now be compatible. Ensure the device is not reset or repeat the process. Alternatively, if the WearOS normal version gives you any problems, you could try the Chinese WearOS version.
According to our testing, this tweak should also work on other Chinese devices similar to the Huawei P40 Pro. With that in mind, we conclude this guide. We would be happy to answer any questions concerning the aforementioned steps. In the shortest time possible, we will provide you with a solution.