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SWR50 and lifelog, not showing same steps

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SWR50 and lifelog, not showing same steps

I can see steps being added to lifelog, when using SWR50 alone, but the steps dont mach.

Today life log shows 470 odd steps and swr50 3522. If i leave the pone and only use the swr50 steps get added, but is never the same. the swr30 was more acurate and had the same steps. how do i solve it.

Removing fit does nothing, so its not a solution as promoted in previous complaints resolutions.

I get the promps on the screen od sms's and other aplications.

I also dont see lifelog as one of the aplication linked or on the phone, weather, fit, hangouts, keep, maps skype all there.

What am i missing.

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To many steps in lifelog?

I have a smartwatch 3 SWR50 and a smartband 2 SWR12 connected to a Nexus 6. My problem is that the watch shows (right now) 3851 steps, the smartband app shows 4440 steps but lifelog says 5809 steps. I also log on Google fit that shows 4096 steps. So how come that lifelog shows so many more steps than the other? Is there something I can do to fix this?

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Re: SWR50 and lifelog, not showing same steps

@vryman @Patte6

 

Check this out

 

http://talk.sonymobile.com/t5/Lifelog/Lost-steps-and-transport-misrepresentation/m-p/1093903/highlig...

 

 




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