I just discovered this connected service. Is it possible to remove it?
the simple click on and press on disconnect doesn’t work?
@Saketo-Nemo disconnect option does not exist on this service.
Review your permissions in google fit.
@Bulkan it’s nothing in Google fit, it’s just in Suunto app. Suddenly for some reason.
Samsung health ?
I see it very improbable that it auto connect itself. I have it in the list, but it’s not connnected
I’m not using Google fit and Samsung Health at all. Afair I’ve even deactivated SH in the phone
@Urban-Olofsson Did you enable Suunto sync in Health Sync options for your Suunto 7 activities to sync to Fit or Samsung Health perhaps? Because that’s the only way the two would get connected me thinks. Go to Health Sync and uncheck anything related to Suunto.
There are third party services that do not allow disconnection from SA.
I have tried to remove permissions to Health Sync, Spodha and SportTracs services, but I am not successful.
I have removed my accounts from those services, and Suunto App shows “connected”.
I indicated it here:
I think it is important that ithat the user can remove third party permissions from SA.
As already said, this is related to 3rd party way to manage disconnection. Maybe they disconnect without notify “suunto”.
Anyway, in this very case, it was not even clear how the service connected itself
thanks for the reply.
I don’t know what the problem or reason is, but I think that from the data source (Suunto App) there should always be the possibility to remove the permissions.
With TP or Strava services, you can.
Why is it different with other services?
What happens if that service continues to collect user data without permission?
At this time I am unable to remove permissions for Health Sync, Spodha and SportTracs, and it is annoying not to be in control of this.
@sartoric Yes, I am waiting.
I’m not in a hurry, really, but it’s something I wish I could control.