8 and 5 years old, the big one has nearly always slept over the whole night but the little one…Until he was 2.5 he woke up at least 3/4 times every night and suddenly one week he started to sleep during the night and nowadays is the one that sleeps more hours.
Have you tried the following.
Open suunto app.
Go back to your home screen without closing suunto app.
Press/use gesture (or whatever your phone does) to bring up open apps running in the background (i.e shows little tiles of all open and running apps, one of which should be the suunto app you have open.
There should be a function to now lock that tile (open running app) - my Oneplus does this by long pressing the suunto app which brings up lock, app info and split screen option. Press the lock option (If i remember correctly on the samsung in some versions you get a little menu button you can press which relates to currently selected tile).
With it locked it cannot now be cleared from active apps - and even if minimised it should still be working.
Also make sure that your app location permission is set to be allowed.
If no go you will probably have to wait until issue is resolved.
@lexterm77 I do not know the scale for fitness, it might be on the FirstBeat site. Both Suunto and Apple Watch provide VO2 max estimates for me that are about 5-8 mL/kg/min less than my dreadmill tests.
My trail running moves are about 2ml/min/kg less than flat running moves, I don’t understand why trail running is included into FB algorithm when running with S9B, perhaps it would be better to use A3P in trail running. I don’t believe FB algorithm accounts for obstacles. My treadmill tests are off by 8ml/kg/min.
I have looked into runalyze running efficiency and it shows me into “likely the real of world elite class world runners” F497528D-B7E1-47C9-AFE1-7DB48982058B.jpeg
The only other thing to mention is that I noticed it with a friend who had a Fitbit Charge 2 with connected GPS, battery saving options active on the phone can completely ruin tracks. Might also be worth a look if that’s active when in an activity?
It’s now 2020. Still no altitude. Given the heart rate is also inaccurate on a bike, the watch is not very useful beyond giving a distance and speed.
Emailed Suunto. Rep refused to forward to manager.
Most disappointing watch.
@Robert-Spierenburg if it has a transflective display (which I think so) they are not at best readable in dim light conditions. But still readable. In dark conditions it works great with the backlight. But in direct sunlight they are awesome. Compare it with your phone. You will like it. 🙂👌
@danman Sure! Basically like Apple Watch, outside activity, S3F (and other Suunto watches to be sure) measure your heart rate from time to time. Valencell sensor used is not an always on, continuous type of sensor.
@reesmt78 thank you for the info. Right now the watch is broken and had to be sent for repair. But it will take around 3 months to repair. I wonder why the Indonesian distributor does not keep any spare S3 module in hand. Hopefully after changing the watch module, the battery issue will be solved. thank you
@Yucca Set your max to 197, your RHR to 54 and dial it down to what you get around the time you wake up, roughly. If your lowest during sleep is 45, your true RHR is probably going to be around 47-50. But if you make it too low it might break Body Resources indicator, i.e. it will never go to 100%.
As it stands, RHR setting is only used by Firstbeat algos, so you might as well make it something that makes them happy.