The Samsung Galaxy S5 has the fitness app "S Health" installed from the factory, which will help you to keep fit. If you use this app intensive, you can collect various data about yourself. This includes data such as pedometer, heart rate, calories burned, etc.
If you have reset your Samsung Galaxy S5 to factory settings, then the data collected by S Health is gone. But fortunately S Health has integrated an automatic backup of your data. This backup can now easily be recovered, assuming you know where to find the setting. That is why we want to tell you today, where you can restore the data in S Health on the Samsung Galaxy S5, after a factory reset.
Open on the Samsung Galaxy S5 the app S Health. Then it is open you can see at the top right a three-point symbol. Tap on it and it will open a small menu. Select the entry "Settings". Tap next on "Accounts". Basically S Health data is secured by the Samsung Account. So now select your Samsung account in the account list. (The Samsung Account must of course have been previously applied in the Android settings as Account! This usually happens after the factory reset in the setup wizard.)
After you have selected your Samsung account, tap the button "Restore. All of your S Health data on the Samsung Galaxy S5 will be restored now.
You have just successfully recovered all you rfitness data in S Health on your Samsung Galaxy S5. Congratulations.
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