I'm using the latest version of S Health, 6.1.0.047 on a galaxy S8 in UK with Strava 77.0.0. The wearable is irrelevant as the issue is the record being shared from the S Health app to the Strava app. I've just had Tuesday afternoons run appear in Strava today at 13:15.
There appears to be absolutely no collaboration between Samsung and Strava dev teams. ReLive syncs seamlessly with Strava, who I would imagine have a far smaller budget to play with than Samsung. How can they manage it but Samsung can't? I think Samsung need to accept that customers don't want to use S Health as it lacks any real social interaction. Don't try to railroad costumers into using it or it will damage hardware sales.
I just got the new 1.0.2 version of the Strava app on my Galaxy Watch - and it actually tracks GPS, heart rate and synced to Strava exactly as it should! Finally!!
HRM worked fine for me yesterday on 1.0.2, a month ago it didn't. I think the app is fully standalone but I'm not certain as I had the Strava app on my phone from before anyways.
I have been getting by with Run4Gear - massive kudos to its author - but obviously having an official Strava app that works is great.
I bought a Samsung galaxy watch meanly to use it for workout. I link my Samsung health account with my Strava account but when i record a activity with the watch. I can see it on the Samsung health app but never appears on Strava. I see that new activites on Strava are download back to Samsung app but it only goes one way. Have you fix your issues? Can you help me?
Thanks in advance.
I suggest you give the dedicated Strava app for the watch a go. The latest version. 1.0.2, works well on my Galaxy Watch. It syncs directly to Strava and is not dependent on your phone (I just tried going for a run after putting my phone in flight mode, just to be sure).