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.
Just found this searching for an answer to the sync issue. Made the stt folder but in the storage its called stt-dump is that correct date and time saved corresponds?
Next question if you still want log files easiest way to send them? Sorry but not really used Google drive or Dropbox much.
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.
With this version, I have started to follow other users, and I have detected a problem.
Sometimes, I have a notification of new workouts (from other users) however, they are not downloaded. After a few hours they are shown.
Does the same thing happen to you?
@Giuseppe-Milanesi actually sportstracker is not the official web interface for suunto. It does not have the same backend database so information on ST is incomplete.
I would advice suunto to be more explicit on their digital strategy. I.e. let people know that there is no web interface for those that use SA exclusively.
We are at a later stage of grief, acceptance.
For some reason it still does that, I expected it not to, but it still synchs automatically after an excercise. It doesn’t seem to synch steps and cal. burns on the fly anymore. You’d have to manually synch or see it happen after an excercise. I can’t be bothered by that.
@Mff73 You’re right!, I didn’t recognized it just searching around why the downhill skiing is still an issue and it no possible to get the proper data in SA. Sorry for that and thank you @Dimitrios-Kanellopoulos for the support
No problem 🙂 and also not easy to follow which feature/bug are in one OS or in the other. Each one post in one’s OS section, and then it may be common request or bug, but maybe not 😞