@TannerPandora You are incorrect, Wear OS does support it, as does Pandora, there is even an offline mode, which you pointed to, here's a couple reference points so you can read how it is supposed to work: Wear OS does support it, you can find the documentation here: https://android.googleblog.com/2014/10/jogging-and-jamming-with-android-wear.html?m=1 Pandora says that it supports offline playback here: https://help.pandora.com/s/article/Pandora-on-Android-Wear?language=en_US#offline It specifically says: " Offline Mode on Wear OS To access Offline Mode from your watch, start by swiping down on the watch face from top to bottom. This will bring up a menu drawer. Next, swipe from right to left for Settings and tap Offline Mode. Once you've selected Offline Mode, your watch will display only your Offline Stations in your station list. To exit Offline Mode swipe from right to left for Settings and tap Connectivity. From here, toggle the Offline Mode switch off." It says STATIONS, not playlists, and I can't pick and choose which ones to have on my watch. I want my running one only. The problem is I want my PLAY LISTS synced. Also, you'll notice that the rest of my post was about how my watch was not syncing with the rest of my Pandora account, which is an obvious problem. I've already uninstalled and reinstalled. If you have an actual solution, please tell me! Otherwise, please point me to real feature suggestion that would fix both of these issues and I'm happy to vote on them. Thanks!
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