Worked for me too! Thank you so much for sharing this!! @Raylim008 wrote: I have same issues where Samsung Health is not sync with myfitnesspal. I am using the new Galaxy Watch and Note 8. I finally get it to sync by trying a few install and uninstall process. Below is what I did and I hope it helps. 1) Uninstall both Samsung Health and Myfitnesspal from your phone. 2) Install Samsung Health (first) and don't install Myfitnesspal. 3) Open Samsung Health, and press on the "3 dots" and select "Partner apps" 4) In "Partner apps", look for Myfitnesspal and click to install. 5) After succesfully install the Myfitnesspal. Go back to Samsung Health and click on "Settings" (from the 3 dot) 6) Select "Data permissions", and click on Myfitnesspal. 7) Turn on what do you want to sync between Samsung Health and Myfitnesspal. *Note: I think this part is important where you don't turn all the buttons on "Allowed to write" and "Allowed to read". It will confuse both apps. e.g. I want to use myfitnesspal for my food intake and use Samsung Health to keep track my steps and exercise. Therefore, I just turn on Food Information, Food intake and Weight on "Allowed to write". Turn on Daily step count trend and Exercise on "Allowed to read". 8) Now go back to Myfitnesspal, and select Apps & Devices. Connect to Samsung Health. 9) Then select the Steps in Myfitnesspal and put a "tick" to the Samsung Health. Wait for a few minutes or maybe 10mins for both apps to sync. It works for me. Hope it works for you too.
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