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Samsung Health Oxygen saturation removed?

(Topic created on: 6/27/19 6:29 AM)
WarpedTrekker
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Why was this removed from the app? I had a lot of data I was keeping for my doctor and it was the most useful thing in the app for me. They remove a function without notifying customers beforehand. Makes me want to switch to Apple. 

 

How do we contact Samsung support about this? 

 

 

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user0k96UD2sM9
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Doesn't work on Samsung S10, after installing say that the phone is rooted... but its actually not.

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userfAMM8cjcYd
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doesn't work on s10 plus

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useruk2GiusvPb
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Please put it back, especially now. That way I don't have to take a pulse oximeter with me. I can also trend the 02. Trending whether I am under stress is not as important. You can see that in heart raises or, sometimes 02 drops. 

 

I am an apnea sufferer and have problems at altitude, please bring it back!

P1Ralinovski
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Samsung bring it back please!!!Listen to your customers atleast once!

userQb6xtr1t2a
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Samsung has missed a trick with me .I have bought every thing off Samsung including watches for me and me with .I'm talking about every time a new phone comes out we have it ..we now both have the Note 10+ and must say I'm am very disappointed they have removed the O2 sensor which right at this moment we needed .They are removing no adding stuff to the phones including the long gone IR blaster .All I can say Samsung just ordered 2 X Huawei GT2e watches and now looking at changing over phone too .

 

Udoye
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Can somebody confirm this, but I thought that the Note 9 was the last Samsung Galaxy phone with an oxygen sensor included.

 

Also, the oxygen sensor on the Note 9 appears to be a lot less accurate than on previous models. I read in another forum that placing your palm over the oxygen sensor is better than the finger, and I found that to be much more accurate & reliable...  It now gives results very similar to my Note 4 and my real oxygen sensor.

userYUn2iIjDjN
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You can check your Oxygen Saturation level using Fitzy+ app which is available from Google Play. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=plus.fitzy.fitzy_app&hl=en_IN   @WarpedTrekker 

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userTlnFYLsr7c
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can I get it as well?
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