You would probably wear your Gear 2 anywhere you go so the first post would be on how to make it useful in times of emergency. This is a walk-through guide on how to send emergency help messages whenever you're in trouble. You will, however, need to have a Gear 2-compatible device and in this example I will use the new Samsung Galaxy S5.
It is important you remember to connect your Gear 2 to your mobile phone for the Emergency Help to work whenever you need it. And by the way, Gear 2 runs Tizen OS, not Android.
Setting UpStep 1: From the Home screen of your Galaxy S5, tap the Apps icon and touch Gear Manager .
Step 2: Touch Settings, and then Send help messages.
Step 9: With your primary contacts already setup, maximize this feature by selecting Send emergency picture and Send sound recording, which will be attached to your emergency message.
Step 10: Now, in the event of emergency, just press your Gear 2's Power button three (3) times. The contacts you've setup can receive two messages: the first message will contain a photo of your location taken by the Gear 2, a link to your immediate location on a map, and an emergency text message.
That's it. I hope this tutorial can somehow help you. And oh, emergency events happen when we least expect them so take a little time setting up your Gear 2 to be able to send emergency help messages.