It only should do this once per day to update a file of satellite locations which helps the watch get a fix faster. It’s noticeable when the file is not updated as it can take minutes for the watch to get signal when the file is old.
@Mellijr said in When upload routes with Suunto App with android phones?:
When upload routes with Suunto App with android phones?
if you mean Upload a GPX file and transfer it to your watch as a route, it is already there in SunntoApp for Spartan/S watches.
If you mean something different, please tell us more about your watch and your case.
@Scoutc03 from Suunto app you can download the FIT file of your activities. FIT contains more information than GPX, but if you still need GPX, there are plenty of conversion tools around. Just pick one, even online.
Et pourquoi pas garder ton Ambit 2 et continuer à l’utiliser comme avant?
Suunto va rendre compatible les « anciennes » montres avec SuuntoLink. Comme le faisait MovesLink.
Ils ont annoncé également une plateforme web qui viendra « remplacer » Movescount.
Je mets une pieces sur Quantifield Self que développe @Dimitrios-Kanellopoulos. Il est community manager du forum. Il code bien, a de bonnes idées et il est ouvert et à l’écoute.
my understanding is: sport mode editing is done in movescount web and synced by cable.
sync thru app will only be possible if you still have MC app installed, but will not be a sustainable option… unless Suunto integrates A3PS better into SA, editing sport modes by MC web and cable will be the way to go
You can’t do any of that from the Suunto App for your Ambit. And never will be it seems at this point. Only syncing of activities as it stands today and going forward.
1 and 2 will be supported by some other MovesCount-ish application, according to Suunto sometime mid 2020. Not likely to be a mobile app. Probably something web based with bridge software on your pc/Mac like suuntolink. We shall see.
3 looks like it’ll never exist once MovesCount is discontinued completely. Folks have asked for a web/browser platform for analysis. Nothing has been announced or planned afaik. But the Suunto App is the platform for syncing recorded activities and analysis. There are also third party tools for the analysis once you’ve synced to the Suunto App.
There are several discussion about this topic.
You can find one of the latest here : https://forum.suunto.com/topic/3969/ambit-3-peak-uploading-routes-from-website-to-app-to-watch/20
Please, try to search before opening a new topic to avoid duplicates.
I’m going to lock and merge this one.
There are several topics already opened about this issue.
https://forum.suunto.com/search?term=app maps black&in=titlesposts
Please, always try to search the forum for the same or similar issues before opening a new discussion.
I’m closing this one to avoid duplicates