After the latest update, the app kept crashing. I thought it was my phone's problem, so I updated android. But the problem persisted. I decided to uninstall and reinstall the Mi Fit app. Worked after that and the heart rate monitor is finally back on track. Could have gotten a 5 star if not for the unnecessary trouble.
Good app for using the band but takes a long time to open the behaviour tagging menu, up to 8-10seconds. Also, it's annoying how you can't see data such as heart rate from the app after an activity or even show the highlights eg highest heart rate or max speed. Please continue to update the app to make the most of the band2
I just bought the Mi band s1 and created an account on mi bands website. When I try to log in on the app it asks me for a "Nickname" and when I click enter it deletes what I have written. If I try to go back it goes out of the app and from there it is just an endless cycle of trying to log in. I tried reinstalling the app and everything I could think of but it just doesn't work. Really bad app.
Also add some export to excel or any other statistics format. Remove the pop up Everytime I open the app. There is a reason we disable Location access after pairing mi band 2. That is drainage of battery life. 3. The new firmware update led to me using my band upside to the bottom of my wrist to check my HR & track Sleep rate.
Generally good, heart rate sensor software is fairly accurate. The only disappointing issue is that running mode is impossible to stop once it's been launched. I have to force stop the whole app. Would be great if this issue would've been addressed in the next update.
Works well, but since the last update the battery life of my mi band 2 has been reduced to a few days from 2-3 weeks. Also, I would really like the option to have the non date style for the date version of the clock
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