Using an S9 I am syncing runs and SkiMo up to 14h with no issues. However, it works better on a strong WiFi than on cellular. If the cellular signal is weak it will take a long time to sync or may not sync.
@slashas the watch (SSU) displays the Avg Pace as mins/100 yards whilst I am actually swimming. Once my swim is complete the watch shows min/interval yards, based on whatever intervals I actually did. My settings are for Imperial (not Metric).
@jani-kaikkonen I think the week goal can be reset one phone clock changes the day (immediately), but gauges are updated periodically and perhaps they are not reset in each day change (and I think they should)
@mpmatx The only time I had this problem was when I was attempting to use the MC app and the new app on the same device. If this continues as a problem, completely forget the watch and remove it from BT devices. Remove the app,Reboot the phone and reinstall the app.
@kurt68 said in App crashes during diary download:
@dimitrios-kanellopoulos mc to suunto app sync is disabled. I edit a move. that makes sense I have recently edited a move. is there a quick fix?
at the moment everyone at Suunto is on vacation unfortunately .
@pdxbrothaman I was Garmin user and same thing with them as well. Apple Watch is having more access to HealthKit to write data than other brands.
Indoor workout marked as outdoor, no average hr and other sort of issues…
I looked in the log book on the watch, and it shows the run as 5.06 miles (163% of target). So the watch knew the 5k distance was 3.1 miles, it was just wildly inaccurate in measuring it. So, not a bug with the app.
I get that indoor running won’t be ‘accurate’, but that is rediculous. Hopefully there is some automatic calibration happening when I’m outdoors with GPS signal for it to learn my body or something. Never had this problem with other brand watches. They have always been within a few tenths of a mile difference, even at short distances like a 5k.