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First Gear Manager for iOS / iPhone leaked online

Gear Manager, the app used to connect your gear s2 smartwatch to your smartphone has had the iOS / iPhone version leaked online and is available to download
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Ash
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Apr 14, 2016

 

Gear Manager for iOS / iPhone leaks

Gear Manager, the app used to connect Samsung Gear smartwatches to smartphones, has so far been released for Android and also a BETA for Tizen. It was confirmed in January that there is an iOS version for iPhone in the works and that we could potentially see it released by the end of March.

Well today we find that the Gear Manager for iOS app has been leaked online. Now before everyone starts getting the champagne out we need to keep in mind this is from an unknown source at this moment in time, so we can not vouch for its safety and you download and install at your own risk.

Seeing leaks surfacing will usually point to the final release not being too far off, but then it could be days, weeks or months. In order to sideload the .ipa file onto your iPhone it will need to be jailbroken.

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Here is the download file: (iTunes)_GearManager1416032201.ipa
 

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10 comments on “First Gear Manager for iOS / iPhone leaked online”

  1. Your phone does not need to be jailbroken to load the app. You can double click the .ipa and it'll be added to iTunes. Sync your phone to install the app and then go to Settings>General>Device Management and Trust Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. as a developer.

  2. Works like a charm!
    Works with the latest firmware as well on a BALR S2 edition! With software: R732XXU2CPC5
    It did took me a while to get past the welkom screen that asks for the Gear manager. But you can tap the gear icon repeatedly and follow the instructions afterwards.

  3. Works like a charm!
    Works with the latest firmware as well on a BALR S2 edition! With software: R732XXU2CPC5
    It did took me a while to get past the welkom screen that asks for the Gear manager. But you can tap the gear icon repeatedly and follow the instructions afterwards.

  4. I don't want to download a beta file for the IOS Gear Manager and try to load it side ways of back ways or who-knows into my iPhone!! I bought my Samsung Gear S2 Classic in late April on the assumption that what was written Internet about the Gear Manager for IOS, officially announced in January, 2016, was being developed, and by April its release was imminent. Today is the First of June, and I still am waiting. I cannot even set the F'ing Date and Time on my watch in stand alone mode. YouTube videos about pairing the watch with my iPhone using Bluetooth don't work unless I reset my watch to God-knows-what. I am not stupid, but neither am I a "tech guy". I am an impatient old fart of 71 years. If anyone knows any NEW news - more recent than April, please reply to this. Thank you!!!

    1. I might add that I do want to eventually take my Gear S2 out of the box and use it, but after waiting and waiting, I finally took a look at the Olio Model One. Here is a company that did not invest it all in some weird-ass operating system like Tizen, which is not compatible with anything NOT Samsung. These guys designed the Olio from the beginning to work with Android and IOS. The watch works beautifully on my iPhone, and if it had all the features of the Gear S2 Classic, the Gear would be sold or returned. I just did not want my Apple Watch to be the only smart watch that I would own.... I honestly believe that Samsung is attempting to give users all the features that they can in the IOS App, but enough is enough. Samsung will lose the entire iPhone market!!! - and that is a LOT of cell phone looking for a nice watch!!!

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