@thailon totally agree. At this forum it is possible to vote for this wish. I both wanted personal HR zones and an overview of time spent (also in %) in the different zones, both for week, month and year (same as in MC). This is important information
@Dimitrios-Kanellopoulos said in 3.54.2: SA -> Strava. Wrong autosync (moving time):
@kolyany4 you dont want to see their feature request forums. There is still from many years ago power for running requested.
Perhaps, it’s because they lack someone like you, who do put efforts to provide real help / push product forward, rather than generate lame excuses…
@suzzlo said in Notifications on Android?:
Still pending implementation
it is one of the 2 or 3 things that make me keep MCapp as main app on Android, and SA as an app to be tested and launched occasionnaly (after each move to be up to date) but forced closed each time.
The problem I pointed out here it’s related just to SA and sleep data.
If you clean app data, after the 1st sync you have just last week (sleep) data.
I never tried what you did, and honestly I never noticed that “diary” data are deleted from watch after the soft reset
@sartoric said in Incoming call unknown number, Android 9 Suunto 9:
Have you checked this ?
Hello, yes, have received from @Dimitrios-Kanellopoulos just now, installed and it appears to be working. Yes!!
Tested with a quick call from my work and it’s good.
The missed call icon doesn’t seem to want to clear from my watch though??
@77alex77 @yovoSI Can be possible that in this moment have some internet internet restriction (without connection, battery background usage restriction on the app, data restriction or some similar)?
I explain why my question: I continued testing and when I re-share the link from the app 2 or more times the activity is available immediately. But if I share only one time the activity, sometimes is available immediately and others take more than 15 minutes. When the activity is longer, take normally more time. With this I take one very small activity, I shared the link and immediately after share the link I switched my phone to Airplane Mode ON. After this procedure, and even when I already had the link, this activity is unavailable, always with the message "“An error occurred. Please refresh the page.” even for more than 30 minutes, indefinitely.
When I switched the Airplane Mode to OFF and my phone get connection again, I used the app for few seconds and after this I checked on browser and the activity is available without re-share on any other action.
Because this I believe that is some normal behavior related to the data sync or some action that need take the SA when we share a link.
I don’t know the SA in depth but sure run some process after we share the link that require internet connection.
Can be possible?
Was this ever investigated, or is it considered “fixed”?
I (briefly) installed SA, last week (v.4.2.4), and had a similar issue, it was pretty tough on the battery on two devices, an old Nexus 6P (Android 8.1), and a OnePlus 7 Pro (9.0, or Oxygen 9.5.8).
My device(s) are both Ambit3(Peak) models.
I was seeing a “bonus 12-15%/day”, which immediately reverted, when removed (the app).
Given that it was taking 5+ minutes, per-activity, to sync my Ambit3 anyway (still, it’s always been like this), making it largely impractical to sync after an activity, particularly if I had several rides to sync, I uninstalled it for a variety of reasons.
MovesCount isn’t really faster, but it also doesn’t
The battery issue makes the app unusable, IMO, given the impact it has on the phone/device, in-general.
@Dimitrios-Kanellopoulos Or are you saying that “10%/day” is considered “normal”, for SA?
Thanks for any info/update here.
I do see the same issue on my suunto spartan too. Max speed during cycling usually exceeds 171 km (i have one trainig with 300km even ). Altitude drops by 150 meters within few second (path i train has maybe 30 meters of elevation in total). What is strange hiking or walking data doesn’t show these peaks so far.
I don’t have the pod just the watch itself. Is there any solution planned? It’s a bit frustrating.
We need POIs in the app but I have stopped using Movescount and now only syncing from RunGap on iOS. I am missing planned moves as I used those but can live without them for now. The ability to import GPX files and to convert moves to routes is the major functionality I need. So, I have jumped ship. All I have to do is export a route from MC to get it into SA. I can do that on my phone.
@Jordi-Nunez I personally think that is an app issue mainly. I will again try to escalate this.
Last reply I got was we are looking into it. PErhaps that did not happen idk.
Please please do check with the latest SW just in case, then there will be no excuses for this not to be fixed.
Also give me feedback please. Pics GPX files used etc
@Brad_Olwin said in New to Suunto and so many questions:
The time to POI or arrival is estimated on the route drawn.
That is indeed a big improvement. Thanks for the info. I concur with the later comment on overall this being one step forward and three back, at least as routes and waypoints are currently implemented on post-Ambit devices.
@david-hirst said in New to Suunto and so many questions:
DCrainmaker has is product comparison tool
This may give you some idea, but I fear that with firmware updates this maybe out of date and only relevant at the time of the product review.
Thanks. I fear the same. There’s certainly a degree of risk in using that tool, or at least in relying on it, though it’s still useful as a guide.