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  1. AC Question's Avatar
    I just figured out how to use S Health on my new Galaxy Note 5 and I love it! Great app. I would like to save the data somehow and export to a file, email or any format. Is there a way a do this?
    11-10-2015 11:32 AM
  2. Gray Area's Avatar
    Not to my knowledge but if your syncing to your Samsung account, it does stay up to date. I've had data syncing for 3 phones now ( s5, s6e, gn5)

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    curlytop143 likes this.
    11-10-2015 05:09 PM
  3. s1ckb0g13's Avatar
    Yep there sure is

    Go to developer.samsung.com/health and download the Samsung Digital Health SDK

    Extract the files and read the ProgrammingGuide_SHealthService.pdf to find out how to put S Health into "Developer Mode"

    From the Healthdata / tools install the DataViewer-1.2.0.apk to get the dataviewing app which can export to CSV.

    Once its all set up I had to reboot phone ( G Note 4 ) and all exports fine :-)
    jimd1050, gozirra, beh and 1 others like this.
    12-15-2015 03:43 AM
  4. Lloyd Rocky's Avatar
    Thank-you for posting this! I am having trouble figuring out what exactly I am supposed to do though. I think I am making assumptions that are incorrect. I downloaded Samsung Digital Health SDK to my PC. I tried to download it to my phone, but this doesn't seem possible. It will not open the file. When I try to install the DataViewer-1.2.0.apk on my PC it asks what program to use to do this? I don't have a clue? What exactly am I supposed to do? Am I supposed to somehow download the SDK to my phone? I am totally frustrated. Any help you could give would be greatly appreciated.
    Jan Foote likes this.
    12-23-2015 10:45 AM
  5. Jan Foote's Avatar
    I didn't see a reply and wondering if you figured it out already or if you still needed help.
    01-05-2016 07:20 PM
  6. rob_zak's Avatar
    Many Thanks for this info.

    PS. I like the way you enable the development mode

    Cheers,
    Robert
    01-08-2016 08:15 AM
  7. pbarnak's Avatar
    You need to install dataviewer.apk to your phone and not your computer. Make sure your turn on the developer mode in S Heath.
    Go to S Health-more settings-about S health. Right above "check for updates" tap 10 times on the version. If it works then it will turn to developer
    mode.
    Go to your web browser on your phone and go to developer samsung com/health and download. You will need to extract the zip file once downloaded find the dataviewer.apk and install it. Reboot your phone.

    Read the programming guide because your need to turn on the permission to sync the data between the dataviewer and S Health for each item you want to view.

    To Export the data, go to the main screen of dataviewer and on more is where you export the data. Once you export the data, you need to use a file manager like file commander to find the file and email it to yourself. It should be under the healthdata folder. It is located under storage/emulated/o/Shealth/com.samsung.health.bloodpressure.201601310420.csv for example
    01-31-2016 03:39 AM
  8. koves's Avatar
    Does the S Health app drain the battery?

    Posted via the Android Central App
    02-14-2016 04:17 PM
  9. m3orange's Avatar
    Yep there sure is

    Go to developer.samsung.com/health and download the Samsung Digital Health SDK
    Extract the files and read the ProgrammingGuide_SHealthService.pdf to find out how to put S Health into "Developer Mode"
    From the Healthdata / tools install the DataViewer-1.2.0.apk to get the dataviewing app which can export to CSV.
    Once its all set up I had to reboot phone ( G Note 4 ) and all exports fine :-)
    Hello s1ckb0g13!

    My S Health did an automatic update and erased all my data from two months of workout. I preformed a sync with my Samsung Account which didn't work. Apparently it went one-way, instead of SYNCING [damn you, Samsung!], and now my Samsung Account has my new data (i.e. data only since that update erased my numbers).

    I'm quite skilled in programming and I'm trying to follow your instructions above, but I think that since you post this a while ago, things may have change in that link you provided. Can't download de SDK in my phone. Can you please check if these steps are up to date, so I can do this? I wouldn't ask if I hadn't literally researched everywhere and tried all the options provided in numerous forums. I'm even trying to get into my phone's root and trying to see where the S Health stores its DB and see if I can recover some of the data from earlier phone backups.

    Thanks for any help you can provide.
    02-21-2016 07:01 AM
  10. pbarnak's Avatar
    You have to download the files to your phone and extract them after you put your phone in developers mode. Check out my previous post on the web site. Use a file manager on your phone to find the apk file. Once you install it, then reboot your phone.
    Open the data viewer and add it to S Health as a tile.
    I believe the data extracted is located in Shealth folder. You might want to hook your phone to your desktop so you can see the files in file mamager.
    Main point is to download the files to you phone so you can install the dataviewer.apk in your phone.
    03-03-2016 07:20 PM
  11. Dracuslv's Avatar
    Hey,
    I did what was said, everything worked excellent, but the problem is that the data I can import from the step counter is only for the month - but heart-rate and other data are from a longer time table. The S health app itself shows the data starting from September (step counter and everything) any idea why I can only export data from the last month?
    07-02-2016 06:13 AM
  12. dlgus's Avatar
    then maybe your are the person to tell me how to get the bleeping data to restore. I know it's there, I've even SEEN it for a second, but it won't restore to my phone! To say samsung is useless would be a compliment.
    07-08-2016 09:54 PM
  13. TJA3500's Avatar
    Samsung Smart Switch will save it to your PC
    07-12-2016 07:49 PM
  14. Vincent Bevort's Avatar
    The data is saved in the shealth folder on your device
    Copy the selected files to your pc and open them with e.g. Excel.
    from there you can create nice reports and graphs
    09-13-2016 07:09 AM
  15. dlgus's Avatar
    I just figured out how to use S Health on my new Galaxy Note 5 and I love it! Great app. I would like to save the data somehow and export to a file, email or any format. Is there a way a do this?
    I share my weekly summary with drop box.
    09-13-2016 11:25 AM
  16. dlgus's Avatar
    Yep there sure is

    Go to developer.samsung.com/health and download the Samsung Digital Health SDK

    Extract the files and read the ProgrammingGuide_SHealthService.pdf to find out how to put S Health into "Developer Mode"

    From the Healthdata / tools install the DataViewer-1.2.0.apk to get the dataviewing app which can export to CSV.

    Once its all set up I had to reboot phone ( G Note 4 ) and all exports fine :-)
    Have a N4...gonna try this.
    09-13-2016 11:26 AM
  17. Brinda Sahoo's Avatar
    Hello,
    We follow the below procedure.
    1.Create One EnableDataImporter.txt file in Myfile->Device Storage->Download folder
    2.Shealth->setting->About Shealth->Export data->Select Files->Save
    3.Go to My files->Device Storage->Shealth->Export data->Check your Data
    Thanks
    09-16-2016 08:03 AM
  18. stirfry213's Avatar
    Hello,
    We follow the below procedure.
    1.Create One EnableDataImporter.txt file in Myfile->Device Storage->Download folder
    2.Shealth->setting->About Shealth->Export data->Select Files->Save
    3.Go to My files->Device Storage->Shealth->Export data->Check your Data
    Thanks
    This worked for me! Thanks.
    09-22-2016 11:18 AM
  19. antony492's Avatar
    This method only goes back 2 months worth of data instead of getting from the beginning. Will have to code my own solution using the SDK!
    09-23-2016 07:40 AM
  20. skatergirl's Avatar
    This method only goes back 2 months worth of data instead of getting from the beginning. Will have to code my own solution using the SDK!
    Welcome to Android Central!
    09-23-2016 07:44 AM
  21. paulwel's Avatar
    Yep there sure is

    Go to developer.samsung.com/health and download the Samsung Digital Health SDK

    Extract the files and read the ProgrammingGuide_SHealthService.pdf to find out how to put S Health into "Developer Mode"

    From the Healthdata / tools install the DataViewer-1.2.0.apk to get the dataviewing app which can export to CSV.

    Once its all set up I had to reboot phone ( G Note 4 ) and all exports fine :-)
    This does not seem to work on S Health 5.1. I can give permission in the app to dataviewer to share data. But when i run dataviewer, it always crashes and no data is exported. Any suggestions?
    10-17-2016 04:11 AM
  22. sdumlao's Avatar
    My phone is Samsung S6. I'm using the S Health Version 5.1.1.0007.

    1. Download dataviewer-1.2.0.apk.
    2. Open S Health on my phone > Tap "MORE" at the upper right corner > "Settings" > "About S Health" > Find the word "Version" > Tap the letters "r" and "s" 10 times
    3. *(Developer Mode)* should appear.
    4. To turn off the developer mode, tap the letters "r" and "s" 10 times.
    5. Open Data Viewer > Tap "MORE" at the upper right corner > "Connect to S Health" > Turn on everything > Tap "DONE" > Tap "MORE" at the upper right corner > "Export Data" > Choose variable you want to export > Click "SAVE" at the upper right corner
    6. Connect phone on computer > Type "health" in search bar
    10-20-2016 10:16 PM
  23. NeesieG's Avatar
    This was the most helpful post!
    Thank you!
    11-13-2016 03:41 PM
  24. MCarnell's Avatar
    This was very helpful. I was able to export the file.

    Now im having issues finding the file.

    I attached my phone to the computer but it keeps saying there are 'no files' or some empty drives just show.
    - I do have usb debugging enabled

    I looked for the file on my phone but dont know the name of the file. What is the name of the file supposed to be?
    11-30-2016 09:20 AM
  25. MCarnell's Avatar
    ok. I found it. It was much easier to search .csv
    11-30-2016 09:23 AM
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