Garmin Fēnix 6 and MARQ smartwatches receive Beta v22.83 update with Wi-Fi sync fix
Garmin has released new Beta software for owners of the Fēnix 6 and MARQ smartwatches. You can receive Beta Version 22.83 if you are signed up for the Garmin Beta Program, which allows users to test new features before a general release. Since the last release, Alpha version 22.80, multiple issues have been fixed.
These include potential UI issues in HRV Status and VOC Max glance or HRV widgets and intermittent problems which cause the device to freeze when displaying a Training Status tip or saving an activity. Garmin also claims to have resolved the Wi-Fi syncing issues that some users had reported. Detection and reporting problems relating to specific activities, such as rowing and floor climbing, have also been resolved. Plus, a fault which prevented the watch from sharing a seven-day history of your HRV data to Garmin Connect has been remedied.
The latest release has 13 fixes, almost doubling the total number of model upgrades and improvements since v22.10. You can view the full changelog here. Recently added to these wearables was an enhancement to the Training Status widget, allowing it to now display Training Status, HRV and Acute Load data, with an accompanying glance view.
Garmin stated that the update would be automatically delivered to eligible Fēnix 6 and MARQ smartwatches, checking for the new software every 24 hours. It’s also worth noting that the update may take several hours to download and install once it reaches your device.