Garmin is now back to the business with all resources. After the official websites, Garmin Connect, and the uploading system, now the firmware pages are also active. After the ransomware attack, Garmin has now released the first major update for Fenix 6, 6 Pro, 6S, 6S Pro, 6X Pro, and the Marq series watches. It is a beta firmware version 10.75 bumped from 10.10 stable version. The software has some additional features, improvements, and bug fixes for the current functions to increase the overall quality.
Both Fenix 6 & Marq series smartwatches will get the support for Livetrack 2.0, Course upload & Live event sharing. The multisport activities have received additional support, where users will see running & cycling VO2 Max data. Also, the power saving mode will automatically off when the battery reaches 80%, so you don’t have to do it manually. The software version 10.75 has tackled Wi-Fi errors while uploading music files and configured map settings during expedition activity.
It has also improved the performance of sleep, PacePro, Bluetooth & XCS features to get most of them. There is not a single update that doesn’t bring Golf improvements. This one also brings bug fixes and improvements to the Golf app. The 10.75 beta version is now available to install on both Fenix 6 & Marq series smartwatches. The Marq Aviator has excluded from this firmware and all users can install it. It is the beta version so you have to manually download the firmware files and install it using the computer.
Madhav Biradar started his career in technology back in 2011, where he covered mobile & gaming articles. He is an enthusiast in smartphone & wearable gadgets. In his free time, he likes to read about new tech gadgets and watch movies.