How to set up S Health on the Note4?

Last Update Date : Apr 20. 2018

1. Tap the Apps screen

2. Tap S Health app

      3. When the S health app opens, tap on “Next”,

      4. then when the Terms and conditions screen appears, tap in

          the box next to “I agree”, then tap “Next”. 

5. If you didn’t yet sign in Samsung account, please sing in.

If you want to sign at later, just skip.

6. When the Create Profile screen tap in the “name” box and enter your name.

Then tap “Done”

7. Tap on the Gender icon, then use the up and down arrows on the screen

to edit the Date of Birth to your birthday. If you do not wish to share your profile

 information with other S health users, tap in the box in the bottom left corner

 and then tap “Next”. The Body measurements screen will appear.

8. You can now enter your height and weight. If you want to change the

 units from feet and inches to centimetres tap in the box next to the height details.

 Then tap in the individual boxes and use to on screen keyboard to alter

 the information displayed. Enter your weight details then tap “Next” 

9. Select your Activity Level, then tap on “Next”.

10. Now your profile has been created tap on “Start”. You can now

begin using the S Health app.

11. Swipe the screen to the right, and then Tap on “UV”

12. Tap on OK when the Information pop up screen appears.  

13. Point the sensor on the back of the device directly at the sun.

14. Tap Start to begin measuring the UV intensity.

 While measuring, keep the sensor on the back of the device facing the sun.

 

 

Please Note :

 

- For better accuracy, measure the UV intensity while outdoor.

-Be careful not to look directly at the sun.

- We advise this is not for clinical or medical use

 

 

15. To see UV levels data per Hour, Day, Month, tap on the “chart view” icon

in the corner of the screen

16. Tap on the “Summary view” icon to return to the previous screen

17. To access S Health settings, tap on the Menu icon and then tap “Settings”

18. Use the “back” key on your Galaxy Note 4 to return to the S Health app main screen 

19. The S Health app is also equipped with a function of  SpO2 (oxygen saturation) measures.

 Tap on “SpO2”.

       The SpO2 function  measures the concentration of oxygen in your blood.

20. Gently place your finger on the sensor to start the measurement.

      Make sure your fingertip is on the centre of the sensor and Do not press too hard.

21. Wait until S Health has finished measuring before taking your finger off the sensor.

       Do not move or talk while the measurement is being taken.

 

Please Note :

 

- Wait until S Health has finished measuring before taking your finger off the sensor.

- Do not move or talk while the measurement is being taken.

- This is not for clinical or medical use

 

 

22. The S Health app is also equipped with a function of stress level measurement.

 Tap “Stress”.

23. Gently place your finger on the sensor to start the measurement.

24.  The measurement will start automatically.

  Wait until S Health has finished measuring before taking your finger off the sensor.

  It may take a few seconds to complete th measurement.

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