HealthWear’s step counting issue with BP Doctor smartwatch

Smart Watch Steps

In today's fast-paced life, paying attention to health has become increasingly important. BP Doctor smart watch provides a convenient and fast solution for your health management through its powerful step counting function. No additional equipment is required, just wear this smartwatch and you can easily and accurately record every step, helping you achieve a healthier, more active lifestyle. It can also synchronize your sports data to the mobile app in real time, allowing you to view and in-depth analyze your health trends anytime and anywhere.

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1. What factors will affect the accuracy of device step counting?

Accelerometers and algorithms built into devices are extremely delicate things. Generally speaking, when you get the device and connect to the APP for the first time, you must fill in all the information accurately! Including gender, height, weight, age, blood pressure level, these slight inaccuracies may directly affect the data detection of the acceleration sensor, and further affect the calculation of the algorithm, resulting in inaccurate step counting, incorrect distance data, and calorie consumption values. Lack of accuracy, resulting in suboptimal data, affecting your personal sports data. In addition, your arm swing posture, stride length, smoothness of the road surface, uphill and downhill, and small range may also affect the pedometer value.

2. Why did the device not start counting steps even though I started walking?

In order to reduce the error, the device sets an initial value of 20 anti-interference steps. When the real-time step count is greater than 20 steps, the step counting will officially start, and the real-time step count in the APP main interface will change. That is to say, start recording from step 20, and the data will be stored after 30 steps.