Galaxy Note4: How do I measure my Oxygen Saturation in S Health™ on my Samsung Note®4?

Last Update Date : Apr 09. 2018

S Health


NOTE: Screens and settings available may vary by wireless service provider and software version.

Measure your blood oxygen saturation with the touch of a finger using the sensor on the back of your device.

Disclaimer: S Health™ is intended to help users manage their overall health and well-being through capturing and tracking health-related information and metrics. It is not intended to be used in the detection, diagnosis, monitoring, or treatment of any condition, disease, or vital physiological processes or for the transmission of time-sensitive health information.

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Set Up S Health


S Health can use your Samsung account to back up and restore your S Health information. We will cover using S Health with your Samsung account already set up on your device. If you have not set up a Samsung account on your device, you will be prompted to sign in or create an account.

1. From the Home screen, touch Apps 1 .

2. Touch S Health 1 .

3. Touch Next on the Welcome screen.

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4. Review the S Health terms and privacy policy, mark the I agree checkboxes, and touch Next.

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5. Choose the auto-backup frequency for your S Health data. Mark the Via Wi-Fi® only checkbox to back up your S Health data only when connected to a wireless access point. If you do not want S Health to automatically back up your data, touch the slider 1 to turn Auto backup off 1 . Touch Next to continue.

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6. Begin creating your profile by entering your name, gender, and birthday. You can also add a profile picture. Mark the Hide my profile information from other S Health users checkbox to keep your profile information private. Touch Next to continue.

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7. Enter your height and weight measurements and touch Next.

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8. Set your activity level and touch Next.

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9. Touch 1 Create profile if you want to make any changes. Otherwise, touch Start to begin using S Health.

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Measure Your Blood Oxygen Saturation


1. From the Home screen, touch Apps 1 .

2. Touch S Health 1 .

3. Touch SpO2 1 .

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4. Review the information about the SpO2 feature and touch OK.

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5. Place your finger on the sensor.

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For best results:

    • Limit your movements.

    • Do not press too hard on the sensor.

    • Center your finger on the sensor.

6. When your device is finished measuring your blood oxygen level, your SpO2 result will be displayed, along with your heart rate. Touch More to learn more about SpO2.

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SpO2 Options


The following options are available:

•  1 : View the log of your past SpO2 measurements. You can delete selected measurements by touching More options 1 > Delete.

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•  1 : View additional options:

    • Share via: Share your SpO2 measurement using one of the available options. Sharing options vary based on applications installed and features turned on.

    • Information: View more information about SpO2.

    • Settings: View the S Health application settings.

    • Help: View instructions for measuring your SpO2.

1 : View a chart of past SpO2 measurements.

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