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Topic # 152079 15-Sep-2014 13:50
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So as the title....

I've googled a bit & found S-Health available for other Galaxy phones, XDA Developers.... http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2677686

 

that link has a heap of other S5 apps modded for Galaxy phones.

But I've had no success with S-Health.

I just got the  Gear Fit given to me as a gift - stoked! I have my Note 2 set up with Gear Fit Manager but I want the extras that come with S-Health

has anyone gotten S-Health to work successfully on a Note 2? or perhaps even other Galaxy phone?

If you did, were there initial issues? did you do anything in particular when installing? or do anything in particular to get it working?

when I click on the app, I get this...

note2


shortly followed by a popup message at the bottom of the screen "Shealth Application cannot register this application"


Ive tried uninstalling & reinstalling, first Health Service, then S-Health. 

My Note 2 is STOCK & I dont want to root it

any ideas or suggestions would be awesome!




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  Reply # 1129026 15-Sep-2014 13:53

Shealth relies on data from sensors in the Snapdragon 80x chipsets. No-go on the Note II's Exynos.




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  Reply # 1129073 15-Sep-2014 14:47
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NikT: Shealth relies on data from sensors in the Snapdragon 80x chipsets. No-go on the Note II's Exynos.




hmm, wondering how some people have managed to get this to work then




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  Reply # 1129105 15-Sep-2014 15:18
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Looks like there may be some specific modded APKs that work to some extent, I don't recall having much joy with it when I had an N7100 - 100% sure the pedometer won't work because of the hardware requirement, and that's by far Shealth's best feature IMO. The mods to make it work on the Note II may be geared around specific Samsung builds.




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  Reply # 1129196 15-Sep-2014 16:23
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NikT: Looks like there may be some specific modded APKs that work to some extent, I don't recall having much joy with it when I had an N7100 - 100% sure the pedometer won't work because of the hardware requirement, and that's by far Shealth's best feature IMO. The mods to make it work on the Note II may be geared around specific Samsung builds.



Hmmm ok, well no luck so far. ive tried 3 versions. latest being S-Health v3.1

note been able to check what current version is.

Ive had a second error pop up a couple times, was too fast to read it all, but was something to do with debug?

Im at a loss.




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