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How can i restore the ability of my apple watch to count steps?

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I would like to view how many steps i have done in a workout.

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Apple Health App not showing my steps...

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Apple Watch 3. How much trouble would it be to swap standing time with steps on the activity tracker. Why cant the rings be user defined?

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I havetried every help steps to connect a disable I pad to I tunes but none has resolved the issue

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Steps data issue on the Health App

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Steps on watch face?

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Once it has been set up, the Activity app tracks your steps automatically in the background, both during general daily wear and during workouts:

 

 

It is not possible to change any of the Activity app goal rings to reflect steps taken or to show steps on the watch face via any other built-in complication. The Activity app also does not include a daily steps goal or allow one to be set.

 

Your daily steps total can be viewed:   

 

  • Via the Activity app on your watch:
    • Open the app and scroll to the bottom of the screen.
  • Via the Activity app on your iPhone:
    • Select to view a day's results, then scroll to the bottom to see Steps and Distance.
  • Via the Health app on your iPhone:

 

If you would prefer to keep track of your steps on the watch face, then you can add a complication using a third-party app: 

 

 

Apps that you may wish to consider include, for example:   

 

pedometer.jpg

 

 

More information: 

Track workouts and stay healthy with Apple Watch - Apple Support

Use the Activity app on your Apple Watch - Apple Support

Work out with your Apple Watch - Apple Support


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Settings>General>Reset>Reset Network Settings

Then restart your iphone.

Enter your wifi password to access your network

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Large discrepancies of the type you mention have been noted before but no clear explanation has emerged.

 

It has also been noted that lower variability has been observed with other apps such as Strava or MapMyWalk.

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Steps data issue on the Health App

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If it is not already listed as the primary source, then it may help to move your Apple Watch above your iPhone in the data sources list for Steps:

 

  • On your iPhone, in the Health app, go to: Health Data > Activity > Steps > Data Sources & Access > Edit.

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What problem are having trying to connect. See here for help with a disabled phone https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204306.


If you cannot unpair, then re-pair and update your Apple Watch as suggested in the second... Show all »


If you cannot unpair, then re-pair and update your Apple Watch as suggested in the second part of my previous reply, then I suggest that you contact Apple Support (remote diagnostics and/or mail-in service may be available, if required), make a Genius Bar reservation or visit an Apple Authorised Service Provider for assistance:

 

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Apple Health App not showing my steps...

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It may help to move your Apple Watch above your iPhone, but beneath the Health app, in the data sources list for Steps:

 

  • On your iPhone, in the Health app, go to: Health Data > Activity > Steps > Data Sources & Access > Edit.

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That is not currently possible via the built-in apps.

 

If you would like to submit a feature request to Apple, then you can do so here:

 


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Once it has bee... Show all »


Hi

 

Once it has been set up, the Activity app tracks your steps automatically in the background, both during general daily wear and during workouts:

 

 

If steps are not being tracked, then it may help to check your settings:

 

  • On your iPhone, in the Watch app, go to: My Watch (tab) > Privacy - turn on Fitness Tracking (and Heart Rate).
  • On your iPhone, go to: Settings > Privacy > Motion & Fitness - check that both Fitness Tracking and Health are enabled.

 

It is not possible to change any of the Activity app goal rings to reflect steps taken or to show steps on the watch face via any other built-in complication.

 

The Activity app also does not include a daily steps goal or allow one to be set. Your daily steps total can be viewed:   

 

  • Via the Activity app on your watch:
    • Open the app and scroll to the bottom of the screen.
  • Via the Activity app on your iPhone:
    • Select to view a day's results, then scroll to the bottom to see Steps and Distance.
  • Via the Health app on your iPhone:

 

If you would prefer to set and monitor progress towards step goals and/or to keep track of your steps on the watch face, then you can use a third-party app and also add a complication to your watch face:

 

 

Apps that you may wish to consider include, for example: 

 

pedometer.jpg

 

 

 

More information:

Track workouts and stay healthy with Apple Watch - Apple Support

Use the Activity app on your Apple Watch - Apple Support

Work out with your Apple Watch - Apple Support

How can i restore the ability of my apple watch to count steps?

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iWatchhowapple Replyed • 1 subscribed • 1 replies • 658 views • 2018-02-07 08:03 • May belong to these tags

I would like to view how many steps i have done in a workout.

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iWatchhowapple Replyed • 1 subscribed • 1 replies • 424 views • 2018-02-02 02:06 • May belong to these tags

Apple Health App not showing my steps...

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Apple Watch 3. How much trouble would it be to swap standing time with steps on the activity tracker. Why cant the rings be user defined?

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I havetried every help steps to connect a disable I pad to I tunes but none has resolved the issue

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