Samsung Brings Camera Controller Feature to Galaxy Fit 2

Every user thought Samsung has stopped supporting Galaxy Fit 2, and there will not be any update in the future for the band. Now with the surprise, Samsung has released a new firmware update for the Galaxy Fit 2 that brings major features. The company has brought a Camera Controller feature for the smart band. Apart from that, the users will see a call rejection message on the main screen. Further, it has added the Rope Jumping counting feature to the fitness tracker.

The camera controller feature is not new to Galaxy Watch users. It has launched with Galaxy Watch Active 2, and since then, it is part of every Galaxy smartwatch. Even the Fit 2 rivals like Mi Smart Band 5 & Band 6 support it. The feature is only supported with Samsung Galaxy devices and Android 7.0 or higher versions. It is not confirmed whether the controller function will come to other non-Samsung smartphones.

Camera Controller Galaxy Fit 2

The previous update for the Fit 2 was distributed at the starting of last year, and since then, the fitness tracker never received any single software. Most users are waiting for the next-gen Galaxy Fit 3, but there is no word from Samsung about it. The latest 2.16MB firmware version R220XXU1AVB8 is available in India & South Korea, and soon, it will come to other countries. Head to the Galaxy Wearable app to install a new version.