01-09-2021 02:05 PM - last edited 08-09-2021 05:20 PM
I just got a Watch 4 classic and almost everything works fine. It tracks my sleep and oxygen levels while sleeping, but the snore detection is not working.
I have my phone plugged in and it is on a flat surface near my head. My watch knows I am sleeping, so why doesn't the snore detection work? I tried changing permissions, turned them all on for a couple nights even, but still it doesn't work.
How close to my head does my phone need to be? Does it matter if it is a few inches lower than my head? Do I have to be facing it all night? Does the room need to be silent? Any suggestions on getting snore detection to work would be appreciated. Thanks!
edit: I plug in my phone and put it near my head when I sleep. I have it set to check for snoring every night. It works sometimes. One night I had tons of recordings, one night only 1, but mostly it is 0 because it doesn't work. I think it has something to do with where the phone is, how close to my head it is, because my watch/phone records my sleep just fine; if it knows I am asleep, it should be checking for snoring.
Anyway, I am giving up on this. I know I snore and it should work and has worked, but it's unreliable. I'm just glad the oxygen levels record while sleeping, that's more important than snoring.
02-09-2021 10:34 PM in
I got the update and when I woke up in the middle of the night to go potty I saw it had recorded snoring twice. When I went to listen to them in the morning they were gone. So it seems to work but also maybe doesn't work, too.
02-09-2021 10:58 PM in
I guess the issue is in the SHealth app on the phone which orchestrates the sound recording, not so much the watch app or S Wearable or Watch 4 plugin on the phone that were updated yesterday...
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