When I first got my Active2 watch back in October, it would track my sleep overnight, and immediately upon waking, I could tap my watch and see the time I spent sleeping, and a breakdown of all the data--such as time spent in light sleep, REM, deep sleep, etc.
However, it seems that with an update that occurred around January, now the watch tracks the sleep, but when I click on the app upon waking, it says "connect to your phone to get sleep records." If I want to see a breakdown of the data, I have to pair the watch & phone and sync everything--then the data for light, rem, deep sleep, etc. will display on the watch.
I queried this with Samsung, and was told that was part of the update--so now, you have to pair the phone each morning to the app to get all the sleep info.
Is this correct? I find it such a hassle now and would appreciate ease of obtaining my data.
Thank you for any help you can provide.
Thanks for your reply. So can I confirm that the way my watch is acting, is not correct? Despite what the Samsung rep said?
Also, I have gone into the Playstore, Samsung Market, and through the Applications settings on my phone--and can't seem to find how to uninstall updates for the wearable app, even though I can find that option for other apps on my phone. Any ideas?