Huawei Health App sleep data syncing issue fixed in latest update
Not long ago, data collected by Canalys revealed that the global wearable market grew by 65% in Q3 2019. During this period, various vendors managed to part with a tune of over 45 million units of smart fitness bands, activity trackers, and smartwatches across the globe.
Among the regions ranked are the Americas, Asia Pacific, EMEA, and Greater China, with the latter accounting for the largest market share of 40.2% followed by EMEA and Americas at 22.7% and 21.4%, respectively.
According to this data, Xiaomi led the way with shipments of over 12 million smart wearables, accounting for an outstanding 74% year-on-year growth and a 27% market share. Its closest rivals are Apple and Huawei with market shares of 15% and 13%, respectively.
Apparently, those from the latter camp haven’t had a good start to the year 2020. Multiple reports of sleep data syncing issues with the Huawei Health App on various Huawei wearables have been flocking various platforms since the turn of the year.
For some reason, the likes of Honor Band 5 have been showing sleep data but not syncing to the Huawei Health app.
Huawei was quick to acknowledge the issue following multiple reports and promised to work on a solution as soon as possible.
For some wearable devices, the sleep data cannot be synced to Huawei Health App since January 2nd, 2020. Huawei R&D team is doing the best in addressing this issue, it will be resolved ASAP. Deeply sorry for your inconvenience.
And indeed, the Chinese company is already rolling out this fix as part of the latest Huawei Health app update to either version 10.0.2.319 or 10.0.2.519 depending on your region. From the look of things, folks in Europe are receiving the former version.
Several Redditors have received the OTA update and can confirm that indeed it fixes the Health App sleep data syncing issues. Furthermore, you should also get the data that hadn’t synced since the turn of the year.
Note that the update to Huawei Health app is available over the air, meaning some Huawei smart wearables will get the OTA ahead of others. Rather than wait, you can grab the updated APK version from APK Mirror and install it manually.
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