Siri is one of the biggest inventions from Apple, and it works impressively with Apple Watch. At first, it only shows a visual result on Apple Watch and Apple Watch Series 2. But, now with the Apple Watch Series 3, Siri speaks responses to you. However, some users reported that Siri is not working on Apple Watch. Are you one of them? Then, go ahead!

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It might be a microphone, software or connection problem with your Apple Watch. Maybe you have not connected your Apple Watch with your iPhone correctly. It’s very tough to find out the exact problem; it differs for every user. But, don’t worry! If your Apple Watch’s “Hey Siri” doesn’t work as it should be, then let’s figure it out and get the best solution for the Apple Watch Siri issue.
How to Fix Hey Siri Not Working on Apple Watch

How to Fix “Hey Siri” Not Working on Apple Watch

Solution #1: Check your cellular or WiFi network

Siri is amazing on Apple Watch.You can use it on your Apple Watch to do everything easily. But, it uses proper internet connection. Once you encounter with any Apple Watch Siri issue, you should make sure that the Wi-Fi and Cellular data connection is running well. If the status is on, then try to turn it OFF /ON to fix Apple Watch Siri problem.

Solutions #2: Ensure that “Hey Siri” function is turned ON.

If Siri is not working on your Apple Watch even if you have the strong Internet connection, then make sure that you have enabled the Siri function before getting started. To check the status: on your iPhone, Go to Settings → Siri & Search → Allow “Hey Siri”.

Solution #3: Try to unpair Apple watch by below mention steps.

Step #1. Open Watch app on your iPhone.

Open Watch app on your iPhoneStep #2. Now, tap on your active watch at the top of the My Watch screen.

Tap on Active watch at the top of the My Watch screenStep #3. Next, Tap on info button which is located to the right of your active watch.

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Tap on info button which is located Next to active watchStep #4. Now, you have to Tap on Unpair Apple Watch and tap again and confirm.

Tap on Unpair Apple Watch and tap again and confirmStep #5. Enter Apple ID and Password if asked to disable Activation Lock.

Solution #4: Restart Apple Watch

  • Press and hold the side button on your Apple Watch till you see the Power Slider and then drag the slider on the right side and turn off. When you are ready to turn it back. Press and hold the side button until you can see Apple logo.
  • You may even try forced restart by pressing and holding the side button and Digital crown together for 10 seconds till you get to see the Apple logo.

Solution #5: Reset your Apple Watch

Solution #6: Check language on Apple Watch

Check the religion and language on Apple Watch and iPhone and make sure both are same. For this you can follow this path: Go to Apple Watch app on iPhone → Tap on my Watch app → General → language and region.

Solution #7: Turn ON/OFF Airplane mode

You can also try to turn ON the Airplane mode. For that, go to the home screen of Apple watch, then to settings and pressing the airplane mode to turn it ON/OFF.

That’s all!

We are sure that one of the seven solutions given above will certainly help you to get Siri back to work like it was previously on your Apple Watch, Apple Watch Series 2 and Apple Watch Series 3. If you have any other solutions to get rid of this problem, then do comment below.