New Galaxy Fit2 firmware update improves motion recognition, fixes bugs

Samsung announced the Galaxy Fit2 back in September along with the Wireless Charger Trio. The former of the two offerings, the Fit2, is the successor to last year’s fitness tracker and was made available across regions in October. This year's affordable band touts better battery life, a larger AMOLED display, and more.

The Fit2 is now receiving a new firmware update that brings fixes to exercise recognition, the issue with the clock screen changing when using the timer, and more. The updates to the motion recognition feature should improve automatic exercise tracking, making resuming and pausing exercised reliable. The update also removes the vibration notification when exercises are paused or resumed.

Here is the complete changelog for the update:

  • Changing to the clock screen after the screen turns off during timer operation has been fixed.
  • When stopping/resuming exercise, motion recognition is optimized and vibration notification is
  • removed.
  • The alarm vibration time is now longer.
  • Improved system stability and reliability

The update also brings the usual stability fixes and comes in at less than 1MB. It is currently rolling out to users in India and will likely make it to other regions soon. Users can head to the Band software update section of the Galaxy Wearable app and pull the update for their devices.

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