I was having this issue after upgrading to iOS 13 too until I fixed it today. I have a Suunto Fitness 3 (software 2.8.24). I changed the settings on my iPhone to let messages display previews when the phone is unlocked. Before, I had this setting as ‘Never’.
My iOS is 13.1.3. Here’s what I did:
Go to Settings > Notifications > Messages
Under ‘Options’ go to Show Previews.
Change to ‘When Unlocked’.
Hope this helps.
@Dimitrios-Kanellopoulos said in S9B missing aGPS info after repeated syncs:
I just synced with Android after rebooting the watch and its ok
Trouble is: I’m on iPhone/iOS. And I have rebooted the phone, the watch, and bounced wireless/app multiple times during the past few days. Still, the “Synced 3 days ago” persists. I totally agree with @Mff73 that if there’s a continuous attempt to sync, that might contribute to the battery drain too.
This forum is a total mess :), too many informations in too many posts for same topics.
@Mff73 said in How to erase Clock routes?:
If we are talking about routes (in watch navigation menu ), in Android you can “delete” them like this
1- Go to Android settings --> Applications --> SuuntoApp --> Delete storage
2- It will delete locally all your SuuntoApp datas, but, normally all is synced in cloud
3- Reconnect to you account, repair watch and sync
4- Normally your MC routes are now synced in SA and you can toggle them off and then delete them.
I has worked twice for me.
I can’t test it on iOS, but, the logic might be the same : delete storage or even app on iphone, reinstall it, reconnect, and let SA get all routes that are in the watch, and then delete them FROM SA without forgetting to unticked them before.
[Edit] Without hardresetting the watch
There may be a problem with the cache of the watch, it’s worth trying a soft reste (upper button during 12s). Most of the GPS reviews are quite positive for the S9, so no reason it wouldn’t work for you. I personally experienced very accurate tracks so far, happy to share some activities as an example.
It is not a Suunto App problem in general as there are several user who made it working. For me, Suunto App appears in the Share sheet, but ape@map not anymore. So maybe it depends on which app is installed first? I don’t know…
Haha, almost the same here. But its a long known issue…
@valdis830 said in Watch shot down after first sync! iOS 1.2.1 (6332):
@jthomi Of course! Spanish have an expression: Curiosity killed the cat… I´m this cat I only share my experience for the common good. So we discovered down arrow issue.
@Dimitrios-Kanellopoulos from that point of view the single value is correct. Let‘s think about a meaningful German translation for rpm. ‚Schritte‘ is in that case wrong. Personally I know now the sense behind. Newbies may stuck on that as well.
@Dimitrios-Kanellopoulos said in How do I connect two devices (two different watches) to the Suunto app?:
@Roel-de-Waal you can unpair repair and use 2 watches. Its not optimal and this feature is yet to come. But unpairing repairing from my experience does not take more than 20s as there is no pincode needed.
I hope for my future new S3-S5 combination there will soon be a more elegant solution in SA.
There are still issues to be sorted out after yesterdays maintenance, we have no further info here when all will be sorted out, we just can ask for your patience. Sorry.
@S1ngletracker said in Nothing really working today (iOS 1.9.0, 7062):
What’s the situation?