Amazing, I updated to 9.80 now and - no loss of time setting, no loss of activities.... it seems that Garmin is able to learn and improve the processes ...
After update GPS connection gets lost all the time...at least displayed speed gets to 0 with a beep...I want to downgrade to previous version. How can I get the download file? Thx
Yeah, my watch drained itself of battery overnight... Totally dead
Updated the software at just before I went to bed, then was up for a bathroom break at 4 and it was at 8 percent. When I woke up just…
Yes. I have been doing 5-6 runs since then, and it was only the very first run after updating to FW v9.80 that was missing the Stryd data. I did see an oddity where the watch would go <beep> and "Updating..." several times in a row, but a reboot of the watch cured that.
I think that you can safely update your 735.
I had my second loss of Stryd data yesterday. This is the 2nd out of 9 runs I've done with FW v9.80 where no Stryd data was recorded in the FIT file (and yes I could see the power numbers during the run).
Can I downgrade to v9.70? - I never had problems with that. This one does a lot of the "Updating..." stuff and drops the Stryd connection.
I'm not angry, I'm disappointed.
I updated to 9.80 (6f1f594) and have GPS version 3.30 but now whenever I go for a ride I keep losing GPS signal. It was really obvious when I have auto stop-start on (cause it kept beeping) and recorded less than half the distance but the time out and the map of the route (in GarminConnect) was correct. On a run it seems to be okay matching a planned route distance quite well. Not sure with the open water swim though. Anybody else experienced this or know how to fix it?
I was advised firstly to delete the cycling profile and re-instal it, but that didn't work for me. Then I was advised to remove any sensors that were connected i.e. cadence, and that has worked. So I am going to clean the sensor on the bike, replace the battery and reconnect it to my watch to see if that works. If not I will have to upgrade the speed/cadence sensors.