Galaxy Watch: How to utilize Alti-Barometer?

Last Update Date : Dec 07. 2018

 

You can measure the altitude and atmospheric pressure of your current location using the internal atmospheric pressure sensor.

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Steps: For Measuring your current altitude.

 

Measure your current altitude and view a graph of changes over the last 6 hours. 

1 Tap “Alti-Barometer” icon on the Apps screen. Alternatively, rotate the bezel clockwise on the Watch screen and select the Alti-Barometer widget to launch it.
2 If you have recently purchased or reset the Galaxy Watch, tap GO to activate the Galaxy Watch’s GPS feature.
3 After you calibrate the altimeter, the value for altimeter will become inaccurate after a period of time. To measure the accurate altitude, Tap clockwise icon frequently to calibrate the value for the altimeter.
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Note: 

 

•   The altitude measured may not be accurate if water (shower and water activity) or foreign materials enter the atmospheric pressure sensor.

 

 

•   If there is any detergent, sweat, or raindrops on the Galaxy Watch, rinse it with clean water and dry the atmospheric pressure sensor thoroughly  before use.

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Steps:  For manually calibrating the altitude

1 Rotate the bezel clockwise or swipe to the left to open the settings screen.
2 Tap CHANGE .
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3 Manual calibration and tap the Manual calibration switch to activate it.
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4 Tap Altitude and enter the reference value. The altitude is calibrated based on the entered reference value.
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Steps: For Measuring your current atmospheric pressure

 

Measure your current atmospheric pressure and view a graph of changes over the last 6 hours. You can anticipate any changes to the weather using the pressure prediction gauge.

1 Tap “Alti-Barometer” icon on the Apps screen. Alternatively, rotate the bezel clockwise on the Watch screen and select the Alti-Barometer widget to launch it.
2 Swipe to the left to open the barometer screen.
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Note:

 

•  The atmospheric pressure measured may not be accurate if water (shower and water activity) or foreign materials enter the atmospheric pressure sensor.

 

•  If there is any detergent, sweat, or raindrops on the Galaxy Watch, rinse it with clean water and dry the atmospheric pressure sensor thoroughly before use.

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