Update your Apple watchOS
Many issues are caused due to outdated firmware and bugs, hence it is always a best practice to keep your iOS and watchOS updated as soon new update rolls in. This is how you can update your watchOS:
Step 1: keep Apple watch connected to charger
Step 2: On your iPhone, go to Apple Watch app
Step 3: Tap on "My Watch" tab inside the application
Now tap, "General> Software Update", download the update and wait till the process is completed.
Restart Apple Watch
Step 1: Open "Settings" app on your Apple Watch
Step 2: Navigate to "General>Reset>Reset All Content and Settings"
Step 3: It will prompt for passcode if any and at last confirm selection to reset your Apple Watch
Wait for the process to end, your Apple Watch will be just like it was new.
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The apple logo keeps displaying on apple watch maybe? Worth a read thru anyways.
Personally when encountering situations like this, I disassemble the unit (and sometimes inadvertently myself),swear a bit, try to identify the points in the repair sequence where I mucked up, then reassemble the unit (usually between applying band-aids to various parts of my body), swear a little more energetically at components that should go together in less than 30 seconds but take up an hour and a half to accomplish and finally finish up with the unit working again (and sometimes too, find myself yelling, "What in the %$#$&8yh7^% is wrong with this thing??????") Third time through the process it usually works though due to the fact by that time I have intimidated the H E double hockey sticks outta it! :-)
von prop man
I just changed the battery in my series 2 apple watch because it was showing the green snake and now it won’t turn on i’ve disconnected and reconnected the cables multiple times and it’s still not turning on. I have even tried using the old battery and it still wouldn’t turn on. What should i do?
von Colton Jackson
Have replaced Series 1 battery (twice) and both times battery fails to charge. Battery on charger shows in Power reserve mode (less than 10%?) showing a Green lightning bolt (top LT corner) and Green local time (numbers only, ie. 7:23). When I remove watch from the charger (previously cleaned contact points on both) the Lightning Bolt changes to "RED" (top LT corner) and local time stays Green on top RT of screen. The watch ran perfectly on the battery power as received from iFixit lasting a full day of wearable use; and this is where the problem started.. charging! The battery gets quite warm but does not charge. ON the first battery replacement the charging cycle became shorter each day over three days until it totally failed. IFixit sent a replacement battery and it is not doing any better. This must be a charging circuit problem?! Any ideas??
von Wayne McKillop
Hi Wayne, I too am on my second iFixit battery with exactly the same issue that you’re describing. Annoying thing is, it does recharge - but only after leaving it for a month to fully discharge to dead-dead. I can then get one full charge out of it, but then the problem repeats. So basically for 2 days a month i can use it, and the rest of the days it won’t charge.
von Jack Phillips
I'm afraid I have to add a me too. Just replaced the battery in my Series 5 and thought I was home free. The battery charged once and now refuses to charge. Just like the OP it shows the apple logo and reboots. I'm not looking forward to opening this again. If anyone reading this has a better idea than replacing the iFixit battery, please speak up!!!