12-08-2020 11:12 AM in
Im new to the forum, but can find answer to my new problem. I have a new Xiaomi scale 2.0 and it worked at first. Now since a few days when i step on the scale and my weight is like 87.55kg on te scale. The Samsung Health app registers 875.5kg. I know im a bit overweight... but not that much. Mi fit app gets correct wright btw.
12-08-2020 03:47 PM in
Hey @MadDragon76 ,
have you made any change on the phone recently? What model do you have?
Have you tried any troubleshooting steps so far as clearing the Samsung Health app cache and data from Settings> Apps> Search for the app> Storage> Clear cache and then clear data?
12-08-2020 04:47 PM in
I have a S8 SM-G950F. I just cleared cache and data. Then deleted app and reinstalled from galaxy store. Connected scale but same issue. I think the problem is the difference in decimals. The scale has 2 but the app uses 1 so 87.55kg gets 875.5 in health app.
15-08-2020 08:11 PM in
I have the same problem. There is a workaround. you need to install Google Fit, Mi Fit, Health Sync and Samsung Health.
You can record your weight correctly in Mi Fit and have it sync to Google Fit. Then you can set up Health Sync to keep Google Fit and Samsung Health in sync (both ways)
Health Sync is £2.49 but also syncs with Garmin, Strava, Fitbit etc.
24-09-2020 09:24 AM in