No continuous HR, Sleep or Stress, then further issues :(
After months of perfect use (barring a couple of Suunto App crashes when navigating), had a bit of a pain today.
Looking at the data afterwards, looked like all the 24hr stuff stopped working yesterday morning just before I woke around 8ish, and stayed off all day (although around an hour of heart rate date WAS collected in the early evening).
Didn’t notice until saw there was no Sleep data when waking this morning. Figured I’d sort it out later, and went out for a run for 2.5hrs. Battery was 95% at the start, all seemed normal during the run (following a route - with about 10 RoutePoints for Navigation, plus I looked at the map for maybe a minute total - was on ‘best’, and had Phone in my Pack and Watch just normal, not ‘flight mode’). When I finished, I noticed Watch battery was down to about 18%, which was a surprise, I’d have expected more like 70%.
“Android System” seemed to be the big drain.
The activity synced just fine, and I figured I’d do a reboot of Watch in case something was running away with processor.
Afterwards, wouldn’t reconnect to phone. Toggled BlueTooth on Watch and Phone, no good, rebooted Phone, rebooted Watch again…Watch seemed to be connected as far as Google Wear app was concerned, but just nothing from Suunto at all.
Ended up having to fully break connection and re-pairing and reconfiguring, and all seems ok so far.
The other weird thing is that in the SA, it seems to split my HR data from the activity into Zones just fine, but there’s no HR graph during the activity. Also no Pace graph. But the lap table shows lap averages just fine. In Strava, I can see graphs of Pace (but NO heart rate data).
Same in QS. Averaged HR data per lap, but no actual HR data.
Is this a known issue?
Have done a test walk since fixing and all looks ok.
As of exactly midnight last night (software bug? ) - continuous HR stopped being logged, no sleep was tracked, with just a message in the tile this morning saying, “Something has gone, you might have to restart” (or similar).
Restarted Watch and all ok, but it does feel like there are more instabilities now than previously - are Google pushing out changes behind the scenes that are not bullet proof perhaps?