I have a new Galaxy Watch Active 2, and I can't find a way to disable the audio notifications every time I finish a mile while cycling. It loudly announces the distance, time, etc. at each mile, which is pretty frequent during a ride.
I've seen tips on how to disable these notifications for older Samsung watches, but I can't find any similar settings on the Galaxy Watch Active 2.
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Hello, sorry to hear you are having this issue. I was able to find this previous community post pertaining to the Galaxy Watch Active: https://www.samsung.com/au/support/mobile-devices/stop-audio-announcements-when-exercising/
I know your watch is the Active 2 but hopefully that helps.
Thanks! It is indeed a little different on the Active 2, but with these directions you linked me to, I was able to locate the option:
- Samsung Health app
- Select 'Record your workout'
- Click 'Work out'
- Scroll to an exercise type and tap the three dots on the right
- Scroll down to 'Guide frequency' and change the option to your preference
- (it seems different exercises have different options here, but I did see it for Cycling)