How to Change 24 Hour Format on Samsung Galaxy Watches

How to Change 24 Hour Format on Samsung Galaxy Watches

Samsung company is one of the flamboyant brands and provides excellent electronics products and services to its users. Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 is one of them and it’s the most well-known and considered the best smartwatch in the Samsung Galaxy Smartwatch series. Unlike Apple Watch it is compatible with both iOS and Android phones. However, there’s a lot of things the Galaxy Watch can do, and it’s actually worth buying. In this article, we’ve managed to provide you a simple guide that will help you to Change 24 Hour Format on Samsung Galaxy Watches.

There’re people out there, who prefer a 24-hours clock format instead of 12-hours. Those who own Samsung Galaxy Watches are struggling to set a 24-hours format. Without further ado, let’s get started.

How to Change 24 Hour Format on Samsung Galaxy Watches

How to Change 24 Hour Format on Samsung Galaxy Watches

Follow the guide till the end to get 24-hour format  Samsung Galaxy Watches.

Step 1: Make sure that you’re Samsung Galaxy Watch is updated to its latest version. There’s are a lot of updates and also, some settings don’t work if the device is not updated to its latest version. And the same goes for your watch.

Step 2: Most of the devices adopt the date and time through the network. Also, they can adopt from your smartphone when it’s connected. You can put your watch in the Standalone mode, in order to get 24-hour time settings.

Step 3: Change the settings of your watch, first visit your Home Screen, press the Home button located at the side of the watch. Then follow the instructions so that you can use date settings to get 24-hour format.

  • Double-tap on the gear icon to open the Settings menu
  • Tap on the General option
  • Visit Date & time
  • Tap on the Date to change it
  • Tap on Set Time to change it
  • Tap on the Time Zone if needed
  • Tap on the 24-hour format option

Most of the Samsung Galaxy Watches follow the same settings but may differ in wording and names.

Step 3: Actually, Samsung Galaxy Watches don’t have a 24-hour format but you can get it by standard US 12-hour format, it will happen just by turning on a simple feature.

  • Visit your Home Screen and tap on Settings
  • Go to Clock
  • Select the Date and time tab
  • Search for Auto-Sync
  • Uncheck the Auto Sync feature
  • Make the changes in date and time you want
  • Exit the menu

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Hrishi is a B.S.E IT/Sales graduate from Mumbai who went on to work in neither of those fields in the end. It happens. He's a freelance writer, loves to travel, experiencing the things with that money which surprise him. Hrishi loved to watch anime, movies and listening to music but this doesn't mean he's a hikikomori. He always believes that there's so much in those things that we miss out on every day.

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