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My assumption is that since there is a secondary activity, that it’s supposed to be more detailed to describe the sport, they use that one.
What is wrong on “Suunto side” from my point of view, is that the activity is exported that way, with sub_sport “trail”, that should be related only to run activities
surprisingly I’ve planned a biketour in an area I completely don’t know. So I did my first glimpse at the navigation in the Ambit… never used it before. But it looks awesome. Route planning or loading from an existing route is a piece of cake.
…hope the Ambit will be supported for that in SA, soon. Because in SA it looks great, too… a bit tricky for fatfingers but then there’s still hope for SA web, right?
…never ever thought I would try and use it, but it is so simple!!
@thanasis said in Share your experience with the Suunto app here!:
Ambit 3 peak is still the “peak” for me but I doubt there is going to be any support for it .
Just enjoy it as much as you can but bear in mind that you have to replace it eventually
Currently in the German Suunto Website the third update about the future of MC states, that even for Ambit and Ambit2-users a solution is near to completion (my translation!) that enables even these models to connect to SA!
So I would not worry to much and to soon about the Ambit3 support
@Dimitrios-Kanellopoulos I had an AGPS issue today with my SSU.
My last run was 3 days ago, AGPS was up to date, the SSU found GPS quickly. After that run I’ve synced to movescount via cable (using both MC and SA atm.). I missed to sync with SA as power saving mode was active on the watch.
Today I vent to run and the watch didn’t find GPS. I disabled power saving and synced with SA. The sync completed, the last run appeared in SA. The watch still didn’t find GPS. I checked the AGPS data on the watch, which showed N/A. Tried to sync again, still got N/A. Finally I did a 12s reset, after which the sync updated the AGPS data correctly.
I’m using the latest SA beta on Android.
A friend of mine also gets these 200 bpm spikes at the start of activities … new watch, new belt, new sensor, wets the belt properly before start but the spikes at start are quite random. I myself have had some issues with the sensor, but mostly flatlines at the start of recording for a couple of minutes or occasional spikes over 200 bpm (which are an abnormality for me).
@johann-fuehrer if the baro works, so altimeter is correct, meanwhile i would not mind, because i know over time it slightly drift anyway. but if you care, i would contact the support. the support is really great and helpfull.
the distance was always higher than what I got from phone with runtastic.
but when running with friends having ambit2 or garmin fenix5 I noticed that on distances there were not high differences, but on altitude yes.
I was setting S9 to get altitude from barometer and they were taking the altitude from GPS.
I had 50-60m differences on 800m total altitude gain.
I don’t know which one is more accurate or if it’s good or bad.
Hi @Dimitrios-Kanellopoulos could you please explain why we have difference between pace data in watches and movescount during pool swimming? Autolaps were disabled.
Let me show my activity.This is data displayed on watches, as you can see the pace is 1:58, total time of activity is 33’19 min.
When the data is transferring to Movescount the pace changed to 2:13, total time of activity noted is same, 33’19 min.
I understood that we have difference between Strava and watches, due to different calculation, but why we have difference between watches and Movescount?
This is data from Strava, the pace is 1:58, BUT activity time is 29’37 min! Its moving time without time for refreshment between swimming intervals.
To be more clear i got swim 3 times per 500 meters with refreshment abt 1 minute between intervals. As i noted autolaps is disabled and i didn’t use pause button during activity.
@josephkarl said in Disappointed Android users:
oid device has started lagging and the device becomes slow and many apps are getting affected with that and affecting the outlook app was one of them.
The phone might get slower due to one single app if this one is using huge amounts of CPU, but it’s impossible that other apps are directly affected in terms of they stop working or have crashes because of Suunto. Each app running on an Android phone acts as a single user in a multi-user Linux system. This means that the apps live in their own sandbox regarding security, performance, etc.
There is one pop-up when you install the SA asking you to allow the app to run in the background in order to provide a better service. If you don’t allow this (can also change it in the settings), the performance/battery of the phone will definitely not be affected although you might miss a couple of notifications.
@nigel-taylor said in New Android Diary Section:
Agree the diary is an improvement and seems good at first glance, but if I look at my activities in the equivalent section in SportsTracker then that is a LOT more functional and useful.
Do we know what the future of the diary is going to be? If it remains as the simple single list it’s going to be next to useless for monitoring progress and performance, if it gets the ability to search and filter by year and month etc as per SportsTracker, then it could be a solution that keeps me away from the web interface.
Anyone know? Or…is the Android GUI going to change from its SportsTracker roots and this is a spurious discussion?
i have just update to today’s 3.37.0 built.
An still nothing to filter by month or activities, etc… Or may I lost something.
I really prefered the first builds in term of diary informations.
I must admit, i am not using SA anymore, just test new things, but in fact did not find any new stuff
I am a good student, I upload my activities each time, but not more, if i need stats, I go to movescount web.
great stuff, i also was wondering iff they would upload all created routes of the movescount web into the suunto app, cause there is such a welth off tracks in there,
i found some old trailrunning races and routes of 30+ km’s, and all i have to do is upload them to my watch, for me that is the raw power of the suunto experience,
i also noticed that on the map there are campingsites, its just perfect to drop my car and set up basecamp!!!
after 2020 wil suunto shut down movescount or will it still excist but not be upgrading it anymore?
@Alexander-Beck said in Ambit 3 Peak Suunto app - sports mode customisation:
So. Any news concerning porting Suunto Apps (the little programs we currently can download from movescout) and/or enabling us to modify the displays of the training programs to the Android app, or at least a stand alone application to mofify the watch at home?
Or are we - just like I mentioned in an older email - just being fucked by the company and left in the rain, after spending several hundred euros on a watch which will be crippled soon?
As I already mentioned earlier: If the second case applies, I already can happily announce that I will do whatever is possible to push people to buy Garmin products instead as long as I can type on a computer.
You are welcome o/
I suspect we will just be F*****ED over
@silentvoyager " It isn’t useful to look at one metric at a time. Ability to overlay multiple metrics together and select and zoom is essential. Movescount has that!"
I agree with you for 100%
Suunto knows our requirements, if they listen, they can have the best sport-watch app on the market.