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Hi peeps,

 

I am looking to get a smartwatch in a few weeks. Trying to decide if I want a Samsung or something like a Moto360. I do like what I have heard about the Samsung but an a little nervous about lack of apps/watch faces on the Tizen format.

 

Is it possible to download a Wear OS face and convert it to Tizen? If so - will all the completions work as is - work but will need some attention or simple not work at all?

 

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