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Bixby weather F to C

(Topic created on: 23-08-2017 03:47 PM)
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Markfroggatt
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Anyone know how to charge the weather results from F to C when asking Bixby the weather?

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Neil84
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I have tried that and instead of saying it is 14°c in my current location its saying its 65°c 

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RTMJ
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Full marks to someone. Bixby now defaults to Centigrade for me, finally. Well done Samsung. 

Robbis1
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 How did you get it to show c by default? 


@RTMJ wrote:

Full marks to someone. Bixby now defaults to Centigrade for me, finally. Well done Samsung. 


 

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Edwin_Note9
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still in correct here?

 

Are you just asking for temperature and from Bixby? Which country you from?

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Neil84
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Yes and it shows the right town and that just the temperature is way off 

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RTMJ
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I am in Australia  

We are now getting both Centigrade defaults and correct temperature with Bixby. It's great. 

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RTMJ
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It happened automatically. I did nothing.
Nazrae
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I agree with your suggestion. I asked the weather temp in Celsius and it shows the temp in Celsius..

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Cwiiis
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I have a Samsung Galaxy Watch and it appears this is *still* a problem. Even worse, even if I explicitly ask for the weather in celsius, it still tells me in fahrenheit. Unfortunately for me, I bought my watch in America and after a lengthy chat with Samsung support, there's no option for changing the region of the watch. I'm going to try a local service center, but I'm not holding my breath...
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RTMJ
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My Samsung watch reports in Centigrade, as does bixby now so it has to be a software adjustment rather than a hardware one. I suspect your problem will be to find someone who knows how to make the adjustment. Good luck. If you keep asking Google it's highly likely someone has a solution.

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