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Sensor to skin contact

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I have a Galaxy Watch but I have a strap from a different watch that I love and have used for a long time.

The only issue is that this particular strap covers the sensor.

If I cut a hole in the strap so that the sensor is not covered, will this still allow the watch to track things?

Does it need to be in direct contact with your skin to work or is there some sort of wiggle room wih regards to distance from skin to sensor?

With the particular srap, even if I cut a hole, tere'll still be a gap of approximately 1mm between my skin and the sensor.

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