Little long I know, I just want to make sure I give as much accurate info. I just got my first smart watch, a little treat I got myself with a little tax return. It's a Asus Zenwatch 3 and so far I'm really liking it. After looking at, trying on, reading about, and determining what I want from a SW, I think I made the right choice. WIth really liking different styles of watches, it's no wonder I'm changing up the face everyday. I have the new Pixel XL and I've been getting it the way I like things as I put the Droid Turbo to pasture, but the watch has been disrupting things and I have spent more than a few days trying different settings, permissions, etc to get it, but I'm finally ready to ask for your help. Here's the little details: I don't want to talk to my watch, no SIM card, but more of a BT extension of my phone. Notifications at a glance are huge for me at work, instead of reaching down, digging phone out of holster, waking it up, unlocking, and so forth. This part works great. I'm not writing texts or emails at this point so I'm not interested in that. Where most of my frustration lies, is the audio and BT relation.... I think. Example: First, "The Threesome" - I listen almost exclusively to Pandora in the car, as the Alpine deck has a Pandora "app" on it. Usually when I get in the deck pairs with the phone (there are 3 icons that show: battery level, signal, and BT) and if on Pandora, it starts the app on the phone automatically and begins to play. Phone call comes in and the music pauses, rings through the speakers and I can speak normally as the little mic was installed with the deck near the rear view mirror. Now that the watch is in play, only one of the icons shows and it doesn't connect, at least not enough hto do anything. When I look under the BT settings on the phone it says both are connected. But I have to tap disconnect on the watch, usually a few times, to try and get a full connection to the deck. Once it does, 3 icons and music plays. Second, "You Make the Call" - When a call comes in, and I don't get a lot but still, I answer the call and it seems that there is no one there. What has been happening is that the audio would be connected to the watch and I'd have to manually go and change the listening preference to "phone". PITA! I believe I may have figured this one out through permissions (I've only tested it twice) but I throw it out because someone may understand the fix much better and tell me if I"m creating a problem else where. I went to the Android Wear app in settings on the phone, then permissions, and turned off permission to "phone." Also in the BT settings, the little gear icon next to Zenwatch 3, in there I unchecked the option for sharing phone. Lastly, "The Fat Lady Sings" - a couple little things, not really issues but tenacity being what it is and all. I'm not really "into" fitness but when something is there available to use, I may want to use it. The watch came with Zen Fit and I turned on Google Fit so they are connected. Is there a way to "teach" the app what is walking and what is not? Like when I woke up this morning, it said I'd walked 80 steps. Now I haven't confirmed this, but I'm pretty sure I don't walk in my sleep and it said I slept for the same hours I really did. Or are this devices not specifically made for fitness tracking, not very accurate? BT? Wifi? Neither? - Do I have to manually click on the wifi settings in the watch to connect? I noticed while looking for something as I was writing this post, that the BT was not connected and WOULD NOT connect. So I'm wondering if that's because of a wifi connection? In the Zen Manager app and the Android Wear app, they both say connected even when the BT doesn't appear to be, Thanks for help with these.