[quote=“tgauchat, post:13, topic:36675”] If this Topic is not about Smart Tiles, then maybe the Title should be edited to clarify this [/quote]The “Smart Weather Station Tile” device is what I’m referring to, sorry for the confusion. So I just wrapped it in a try/catch block, and now the device isn’t throwing an exception when I tap the refresh button, or when my external service calls it to refresh the weather data.
I thought that was this app that John @schettj was talking about.
Maybe Tim @slagle or @jodyalbritton or anyone else can chime in to confirm if the ‘Weather Station’ app is indeed critical or not. For some reason, that call started throwing an exception.
You might want to take a moment to turn any off that you really don’t use. Turn it on, and your weather will always be up to date.
Watch model is SM-R760 running Tizen 188.8.131.52, phone model is Motorola E4 running Android 7.1.1 I have several times gone into the Samsung App store from my phone and on the page for the Weather app it says "installed" in a big black bar and if I tap on that bar it appears to reinstall the weather app (version 3.2.5) on the watch.
Using the Weather app on the i Phone may seem like a no-brainer, but it has one little quirk out of the box: it won’t update unless you’re connected to Wi-Fi. The Weather app is about what you would expect in a weather application.