Hi, I had Active Watch 2 before my new Galaxy Watch 4 Classic. And when I got it I configure it and start to wear it. Next day I start riding my bike, but after like hour of riding no cycling detection. I said ok maybe it isn't enabled or something and when I start to dig into watch I saw that it only have walking and running detection, no cycling anymore ?? Why did they remove that option... It seems that 2 year old predecessor and not flagship watch had that option and this expensive one don't. Why Samsung why ?
- Feature Request
It's frustrations like this one that caused me to return my recently purchased GW4 classic and go back to my trusty GW3 (non-LTE). The GW4 Classic just seemed to remove so many little toggle options like your example that I just couldn't accept all the compromises I was asked to make for the "upgraded" watch. So I sent it back. I'll wait for Samsung to put the GW4 back in the oven to cook it a bit longer cuz it just ain't ready for dinner time yet....
I bought it cause I was think ok now it's not Tizen anymore, cause Tizen on all devices suck so much it's unbelievable. And it should be better, but I guess I was wrong or maybe it's too new and they didn't polish it as they should. I would like to know more from someone in Samsung what were they thinking.
And another major update came on Oct. 28th, and still no cycling detection. So disappointed in Samsung for not listening to their loyal customers.
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