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How to Connect & Setup Titan Smart Watch with Android and iPhone

Titan is one of the biggest analog watchmakers which is very popular in the Indian market. Lately, the giant released a new smartwatch called Titan Smart. It is a mid-range smartwatch by Titan that comes with a built-in Alexa voice assistant. In this article, let’s see a step-by-step process to connect and setup the Titan Smart smartwatch with Android and iPhone.

Related | 12 Best Smartwatches with Amazon Alexa Built-in (2022)

Connect and Setup Titan Smart Watch

If you bought the Titan Smart, the first thing you have to do is connect it with your phone. Titan Smart is compatible with both Android and iPhone devices. Read on this article to connect your phone with this smartwatch.

Steps to Connect Titan Smart with Android

Turn on your Titan smartwatch and follow the steps mentioned below to connect and pair it with your Android phone. If the watch doesn’t turn on, plug it and let it charge for sometime.

Step 1: Scan the QR Code on the watch OR install the Titan Smart World app from Google Play Store.

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Step 2: Open the app, enter your phone number and confirm OTP to log in.

Step 3: Click OKAY and accept the required permissions.

Step 4: Click on the SCAN button, allow the camera permission and scan the QR code on the watch.

Step 5: Confirm the Bluetooth pairing request on phone and enter the code shown on the watch.

Step 6: After the pairing is successful, click on the SKIP button.

Step 7: Enter your basic information like name, age, daily sleep and step goals, etc.

Step 8: Skip the tutorial and allow call permission for the watch to show call alerts.

Step 9: Then, enable the Notification Access for the app to send notifications.

The watch is successfully connected to the phone. Now, you can explore and customize the settings and features of the watch in the app.

Steps to Connect Titan Smart with iPhone

Follow the steps mentioned below to connect the Titan smartwatch with your iPhone:

Step 1: Scan the QR Code on the watch or visit Titan Smart World on App Store.

Step 2: Click on the GET button to install it and open the app.

Step 3: Allow the Bluetooth Permission and click the SKIP button.

Step 4: Enter your phone number and confirm the OTP to log in.

Step 5: Allow some more permissions and click on the Accept button.

Step 6: Click on the SCAN button. Then, allow Camera Access and scan the QR code on the watch’s screen.

Step 7: Enter the pairing code shown on the watch and click on the Pair button.

Step 8: Allow Notification Permission and set up some basic things like your gender, DOB, height, daily goals, etc.

Now, the watch is successfully connected to your iPhone. You can explore all the features and settings of the watch in the app.

All health-related stats like steps, sleep score, blood oxygen level, heart rate, stress levels, and the watch’s battery can be seen on the app’s main screen. Whereas, other settings like clock and weather, watch faces, and Alexa can be found in the menu at the top left corner.

Wrapping Up

These are the steps that you have to do to connect and setup the Titan Smart smartwatch with your Android phone or iPhone. The watch connects pretty quickly without any fuss. The app too is quite polished and works smoothly. Anyways, what are your thoughts about the Titan Smart? Let us know via comments.

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