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After the Android Wear 2.0-update on my Polar M600, I can't control the volume anymore via the M600 watch (see attachment). Before the update, the M600 would display a diamond shaped control pad on the watch: left and right for previous/next track - and up and down for volume up/down.
I've tried different ways of interacting with the Spotify Wear-app, like swiping in different directions, touch-and-hold to see if the volume-controls then pop up - but without success.
Am I doing something wrong, or has volume control been removed from the Spotify Wear-app since the Wear 2.0-update?
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Perhaps the volume control is not implemented by default anymore on cards and have to be implemented in-app explicitly.
With Google Music I had the same issue on my LG Urbane. If I have the card with previsous, pause and next in front of me, I tap on the artist name. Now the Google Music app on the watch opens. If i swipe up I get extensive controls including volume control.