I noticed that there’s a stange time (?) tag on the map near the finish icon for such moves (= the ones with manual lap that don’t get the graphs) - iOS.
I guess it’s all related and will be solved too when graphs will be there, but thought it was worth mentioning it.
Btw this is happening in 1.4.1 (6553)
ok… i think I fixed it.
I removed MC app, Suunto App test build: 1.2.1(6332), removed from bluetooth devices at iphone. Factory reset using suuntolink.
After that install Suunto App from AppStore : 1.2.0 (6211) , paired the watch.
Now it looks like, even Suunto App sync my workout , Im able to do sync with suuntolink.
I don’t touch it any more
Thanks for Your time and tips
My steps count is not syncing to Apple Health. See below for an example, I have a Badminton workout records on 30th May with steps count of 4k+. The workout records get synced to Apple Health but the Steps counts is totally missing. How could this be? Is this a bug which can be fix or did I missed out anything.
Actually all my steps count from Suunto is not syncing to Apple Health except the only records of 74 steps on 29th May get sync, which I do not know why?
I am so annoyed about Suunto. About a month ago I have sent my Suunto Spartan Ultra Black HR to the Suunto Service. The reason is the above mentioned. The watch showed values of 230 and higher for a few minutes, in the next second under 100. I use Suunto app and Strava. In both Apps the HR- graph looked different. Also the graph from the watch summary after the activity and the apps was different.
Unfortunately I sent the watch and the hr sensor a few days after guaranty to the service. The hr belt strap has been replaced and after 2 weeks waiting and I paid 63 € for the replacement.
It worked well 5 activities long, but now the same problem occurs.
Why is there such a problem???
I have stopped using my Suunto Spartan Ultra for swim and run, waiting for everything to mature a bit more… I started using a Apple Watch 4 for running and swimming. It has proven itself to be very accurate with regards to GPS and HR, in fact better than any GPS watch i have used before. It works absolutely flawlessly in the pool so no real need for my SSU right now. The major drawback is battery life, but with at least 6 hours in gps mode it covers all my needs for now.
But with that said, I really hope Suunto gets its swim and run offering together, love my SSU Copper version and hope to put it on soon again