Samsung’s latest firmware update for Galaxy Watch Active 2 is here to improve GPS performance and its accuracy. Furthermore, it also stabilizes& improves the GPS connection to avoid any interruption or disconnection in your activities. The firmware version R825USQU1BTJ6 is now rolling out in the US that weighs 45.42 MB in size. We haven’t heard any kind of false alarms from the GPS on this watch and not about its accuracy. Still, it is a welcome move by Samsung to make it more accurate.
The Changelog also mentions Active 2 can now support voice guidance during exercises. It is the feature Samsung has already dispatched in the previous version. If you haven’t noticed the voice guidance feature in that firmware, then you can start using it now. For your information, to get the voice support, you can connect the Bluetooth headset and hear it while workouts. You can also get support for HR data, walked distance during running/cycling when you enable the auto lap feature.
The Galaxy Watch Active 2 is one of the most forward-looking smartwatches from Samsung after the Galaxy Watch 3. In the recent updates, the Galaxy Watch Active 2 has received ECG, Blood pressure, fall detection, VO2 max, running analysis, and many more features in the US. To get better results from the GPS of your watch, update this newer version. The US users of the Active 2 LTE variant, can install this update from the Galaxy Wearable app.