@Dimitrios-Kanellopoulos The same thing is with notifications is happening when my wife uses smart unlock on Chromebook. It also shows notification on the S3F, but there is no option to turn it off. I just figured it out few days ago
@sartoric said in Android 3.56 Generic Comments:
uninstall the app then reinstall
select clean data from the Android settings > apps > SA menu (this could change based on Android version)
Thank you, I cleared the data and all is good now.
@Rob33 It shows the “best” week/day/month of the metric chosen. In your case, the day with the most calories burned.
In the case of average pace, it shows (incorrectly IMO the highest (worst) average pace per duration.
Would it be possible to add a search dialogue window for map / navigation / route planning? ( I have to either have the location services enabled or scroll where ever I want to run)
When I finally zoom to the location which is not my current and start planning a move the map zoomes out to the default location and I have to scroll back .
When starting a route , could the map stay where I press the start the route?
@jmoneygrip said in Notifications in android:
I haven’t received notifications since the “upgrade” to SuuntoApp on my Android device from Movescount. Notifications worked fine when I tested the Garmin Fenix 5x so it doesn’t seem to be my phone.
My Spartan Ultra work very well with both apps, but 9 baro had once problem…
china Android version updated to 3.64.507, installed and checked with a newly created completely new suunto zh account. the link.to movescount still sucks…
now im my movescount, there are lots of unfunctioning android suunto zh connections, anyway to completely delete.them？？
@ColdBeer said in 3.53 version - Strava sync not working:
I know it, but each everyone is using beta (as it’s opened, as you know).
… All those questions are coming just from a too soon opened beta, IMHO. It’s debatable if it’s too fresh to beta (the SA app), but for my experience, I have no doubts it’s still too fresh to be opened all around, as it still have risk of losing workouts, and need some workabouts or hacks here and there.
Perhaps, it will be fair to say a few words from another point of view.
First of all, using of beta versions of SA is based on explicit free will of a user: i.e., nobody forces him/her to do that.
Obviously, using of beta version gives a perk of an early access to new features. And in real world everything has its own price: in our case, mentioned perk comes paired with bugs, sometimes really painful and drastic.
Thankfuly, really drastic ones are fixed pretty soon (as I saw)… Thanks to @Dimitrios-Kanellopoulos …
Thus, it’s not fair to use beta and at the same time blame it for bugs in it… However, providing of feedbacks with bug reports, I think, is welcomed though…
Please note, all said above is just my opinion not intended to offense anyone.
@ianshowalter said in Suunto App integration with Google Fit (and Apple Heath):
But as a result of the fundamental unreliability of the Google Fit platform I’ve experienced, I can say that unless something drastic changes for the better there, I would never consider getting a WearOS watch, and that includes the Suunto 7. Which is sad, because it’s clearly not Suunto’s fault or anything they can do anything about; the problem is all Google’s.
After about a week or two with new and improved Google Fit, I’m sadly mirroring your conclusions. Health Sync appears to be missing Suunto workouts completely. SyncMyTracks can deal with workouts, but their import leaves a lot to be desired. Steps do not transfer. Altitude chart is a hit or miss. Most importantly, move minutes and heart points – front and center of the revised Fit interface – don’t get credited when the workout is imported via SyncMyTracks. At least, this is what I see for running.
So, I’m going to run with my idea of S7 as a daily driver and perhaps, a good watch for recovery/recreational stuff, but I’m really hoping that either Suunto provides native Fit integration in the mobile app (it can be done – just look at Polar or Oura or even Withings, though they are buggier), or S7 begins pushing its activity tracking into the Suunto app instead of relying on WearOS and Fit.
@Dimitrios-Kanellopoulos said in Android 3.50.0 Generic comments:
@jumalca sorry again for misinterpreting your words, but I got scared as fuuu when you said bad altitude as I am eyballing on those stats