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Anyone have it?

 

Having issues with Floors not being counted....

 

Really like the watch so far!

 

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I have it and yeah, the floor counting is a bit finicky. Some days it counts well and other days it doesn't count at all.

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I have the new gear sport and noticed if you don't climb at least 12 or more steps at a time it won't count for a floor.

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Really enjoying this Frontier though, good purchase!

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At work (on a ship) it might only show 3-4 flights of stairs in a day. Although, i probably do at least a hundred. At a waterslide last year it showed that I climbed about 300 flights of stairs. So, I think the 12 steps is accurate. 

Also, it is still working after all that. I'd feel safe swimming with it. 

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Looks like Samsung lost me as a smartwatch customer, won't be upgrading my S3 Frontier anytime soon to the new Samsung watch. Everything I've read, they took out MST (magnetic secure transmission), which is the ability to use Samsung pay on most card readers!

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Anyone having problem with text messages on this phone, specifically with viewing pictures? I am using Google Message and when I receive a text with a picture, my phone shows the text, but only shows "picture" instead of the actual picture. I remember when I first got this phone, this wasn't an issue, so not sure if a Samsung or google update caused this problem.

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