Look, this is not a solution. So it tracks your activity, fine, but then it needs to track it correctly and not say that you're cycling when you're driving in the car. The whole point of identifying your activity and tracking it would be to show your overall health rating and statistics. If my S2 thinks I'm cycling and getting exercise when I'm sitting in a vehicle not doing any exercise, then it is fundamentally, inaccurately reporting my activity data. If you can't fix it to where it won't think we're cycling when we are driving, and at the same time it doesn't register when we're mowing the lawn and actually walking - maybe because the vibration from the handle - then we need to be able to disable some type of function. If we never cycle then why do we need it to automatically detect that we are cycling? Give us the ability to disable auto detect on cycling and that issue is solved for many of us. But the cycling and mowing issue are two situations where it is completely inaccurate and doing the opposite of what it is supposed to do.
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I have this problem too, mainly with driving showing up as cycling. I drive about 25 miles to work, almost all of it on the interstate. Why does the Gear S2 keep considering it cycling? Who cycles at 70MPH? I have turned off cycling as an activity in S-Health, but it manages to turn itself back on! Very frustrating! What is the fix for this? I'd be happy to share data from my S2 and S7 Edge with techs so they can fix it. Also it seems like whenever I mow my lawn the S2 fails to track steps at all. I end up rebooting it but that doesn't always work either. Is this the result of the vibration from the mower handle?
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