Find Phone

If you navigate to this feature in the menu and tap the top button, your Martian Watch will locate your phone if it is within Bluetooth range, and your phone will play a bar of music to help you locate it. (requires MARTIAN App).

User Manual

SELECT LANGUAGE: ENGLISH           中文版本           FRENCH           GERMAN           SPANISH This manual is published by MARTIAN WATCHES, without any warranty. Improvements and changes to this manual necessitated by typographical errors, inaccuracies of current information, or improvements to programs…

Device Compatibility

Your device features determine your MARTIAN WATCH functionality. • Cell phones: The “talk and listen” feature of MARTIAN will work with any cell phone that has Bluetooth wireless technology and Hands-Free Profile (HFP). How do you know if your phone works with MARTIAN? First find out if it has Bluetooth connectivity. To know for sure,…

Troubleshooting

MARTIAN WATCH turns off unprompted: • The battery level is too low. Charge your battery. • Pairing has failed. Follow instructions to turn on and pair your MARTIAN. Text message notification/display not working: Visit the “technical specs” page for your phone on either your phone carrier’s or phone manufacturer’s web site to see if your…

Factory Restore

To restore your MARTIAN WATCH back to original factory settings, first turn off your Watch. Then, press and hold both buttons on the Watch until the word “Restored” appears.

Master Reset

To reset your MARTIAN WATCH, plug the USB cable into a power source. Connect the power source to your Watch and immediately disconnect it again.

Emails, Social Media & Reminders

Incoming: When you receive an email notification (must be enabled via MARTIAN WATCH ALERTS App), the Watch vibrates, the blue light flashes, and the OLED displays the sender’s name and the message. If there is more than 1 unread message, the OLED displays the number of unread emails. When you receive a social media notification…

Text Messages

Incoming Text Messages: When you receive a text message, the Watch vibrates once, the blue light flashes, and the name or number of the caller is displayed on the OLED, followed by the first 40 characters of the message, which scrolls across the screen. This process repeats once. If you have Voice Command, you can…

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Pairing Martian Watch to iPhone

Notes on Pairing Martian Your MARTIAN has to be paired via Bluetooth with your phone or device before you can use it. It can only be paired with one device at a time. Once paired, if you wish to use your Watch with a different device, you need to un-pair it from the current device…

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Pairing Martian Watch to Android Phone

Your MARTIAN has to be paired with your phone before you can use it. It can only be paired with one phone at a time. If you wish to use your Watch with a different phone, you need to unpair from the current phone and start a new pairing procedure with the next phone. Pairing…

What’s in the box

Before you start using your MARTIAN WATCH, make sure the following items are in the box:

Manual Index

• What’s in the box • Device Compatibility GETTING STARTED • Charging Martian Watch • Setting the time • Turning On and Off • Checking Battery Life • Pairing Martian Watch to iPhone • Pairing Martian Watch to Android Phone • Range/Disconnected and Re-Connecting WATCH MENU • Status Bar • Volume • Watch Menu Settings…

Calls

Incoming Call: When the phone rings, the Watch vibrates repeatedly, the green light flashes, and the name or number of the caller is displayed on the Watch’s OLED display. To answer, press the top button. To mute/reject the call and send it to voicemail, press the bottom button, and the OLED will display “Call Declined”….

Using Voice Command

A key feature of your Watch is its ability to access your phone’s Voice Command functions. The Watch essentially acts as a remote speaker and microphone. All processing of the commands is done by the phone in the same manner that direct on-phone voice commands are processed. To access Voice Commands via the Watch, tap…

Martian App for Android

With the Martian App: You will be able to: • Receive text message notifications on your Watch, even if your cell phone doesn’t have a Bluetooth MAP profile. • Use Google Now for voice command functions • View Martian battery life icon on your phone • Enable Text-to-Speech so incoming notifications from the listed apps…

Martian App for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch

With the Martian App: You will be able to: • View Martian battery life icon on your phone • Change most watch settings (rather than using Martian Menu on watch) • Enable/disable “Do Not Disturb” for certain times that you don’t wish to receive texts and other notifications • Have your watch “find phone” (phone…

Watch Menu Settings

The Menu allows you to change the settings of select features on your Watch. To access the Martian Menu: • Tap the bottom button twice quickly. • Tap the bottom button repeatedly to scroll through the available menu items, and tap the top button to select that item. After selecting an item, use the top…

Safety, Regulatory and Legal

MARTIAN, MARTIAN WATCH, MARTIAN WATCHES, the M logo, MARTIAN Passport, MARTIAN Victory, MARTIAN G2G, and Voice Command Watch are trademarks of MARTIAN WATCHES in the United States and other countries. Bluetooth® The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by MARTIAN WATCHES is…

Range/Disconnected & Re-Connecting

After you have paired your Watch with a phone, some phones have the option in Settings to “Always Ask” or “Always Allow” the Watch to reconnect to your phone after you go out of range and back in. Always Ask If you choose “Always Ask”, you will always be asked if you want to reconnect…

Setting the Time

Gently pull out the crown on the right side of the watch and rotate it to set the time. When the time is set, push the crown back in until you hear a click.

Checking Battery Level

With the watch turned on, quick-press the bottom left button to view the Watch menu. The battery icon is in the far left of the display. If the white part of the icon is less than 50%, your watch should be charged more fully before pairing. A solid (all white) battery is displayed when fully…

Turning On and Off

There are Two Buttons on your watch… top left and bottom left. The Crown, on the right, is used only to set the time and is not a button. Turning Your Watch On Quick-press* both buttons simultaneously. When the watch comes on, you will see the word “MARTIAN” in the display. If the watch does…

Charging Martian Watch

Before you start using your Martian Watch, locate the micro USB cable included in the lower compartment of the box. The charging cable can be plugged into your computer’s USB port or a power outlet via a USB wall adapter (sold separately). • A solid red light will appear when the Watch is receiving power….

Status Bar

The Status Bar gives you operating information that includes, among other things, battery level, volume level, Bluetooth connected status, and date. If you have the MARTIAN WATCH ALERTS App installed, you can also choose to include World Clock and Weather. Press the bottom button once to view the Status Bar. Icons that may appear include:

Setup Date Layout

You can choose to view your date as mm/dd or dd/mm. Use the top button to scroll between mm/dd and dd/mm. When you reach the layout you prefer, either tap the bottom button to keep that selection and move on to the next menu item, or the Watch will automatically exit and save your changes after 3 seconds.

Setup Languages

Use the top button to scroll through the languages – English, Spanish, French, German, Japanese, Chinese and Korean. When you reach the language you would like to use as the default language, either tap the bottom button to keep that selection and move on to the next menu item, or the Watch will automatically exit and save your…

LED

This controls the red/green/blue light that notifies you of calls, texts, low battery, etc. If LED shows an empty box (Off), tap top button to put a checkmark in the box (On), and vice versa.

Setup A2DP controls

A2DP controls whether your music and other sounds (e.g., from games) comes through your cell phone or Bluetooth® device (MARTIAN WATCH, headset, etc.). If A2DP is off, music and sounds will play through your phone; if it is on, they will play through your Watch (please note that this will affect battery life). • If…

Gestures

If you turn your Gesture Controls option on, you can decline an incoming call by lifting your arm straight up and turning your wrist firmly back and forth from side to side 3-4 times between vibrations. More gesture controls will be released in future updates.

Martian Leash

If you turn your Martian Leash option on, you will receive a notification when you leave the Bluetooth range of your cell phone while wearing your connected MARTIAN. The Watch will vibrate, the red light will flash and the OLED will display “Out of Range”. If you have not returned within range in 5 minutes,…

Volume Control

Options are High (3), Medium (2), and Low (1) You will see the volume setting your Watch is currently set on – to change it, tap the top button repeatedly and it will scroll through the volumes. You can then tap the bottom button to go back to the main menu items, or it will…

Camera Mode

Android: Use the watch’s bottom button to navigate to the Camera Mode option in the MARTIAN Menu, then tap the top button to activate it. The white LED light will start flashing slowly so you know Camera Mode is on. Once the camera appears on your phone, you can choose camera or video mode. Position…