sometimes I have to reset mine just because I have not synced in a while and the memory is to full between syncing
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But, I have a question...what happens to it that makes it need to be reset? I, too, have had days where it records practically nothing (I've always blamed it on placement), but the next day it seems to be fine again. Just curious!
Jeannie I live in NE Iowa in the Central Time Zone.
Yesterday I did stairs and lots of walking around church and shopping. I looked at my One and everything was zero with the exception of a low calorie burned count. Obviously I wasn't home, but I was upset not having it working.
Turns out there is a way to reset it. It's fine now. I didn't realize just how much I rely on that little gadget.
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