I’m not sure if this is the best way to Synch your runs from Samsung Health (I use a Samsung Gear S3 Frontier) to Strava but it seemed to have worked. I was originally synching the data between Google Fit and Strava since the runs synched between Google Fit and Samsung Health but there were issues with this setup.
Here’s what I needed to do:
- Open up the Samsung Health app on the phone
- Press on the Setting button (3 white dots near the top right hand side)
- Select Connected Services
- Select Strava
- You will need to allow the permissions on Strava to allow
I find that sometimes I needed to open the Samsung Health app and refresh the stats (pull down) to refresh the data from the Samsung Gear S3 in order for it to push to Strava. Hopefully, this worked for you as well and keep pushing with your fitness and health goals. Good luck!
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