Last Updated on September 4, 2020 by Jude Simeone
Samsung announced the ECG and Blood pressure monitor features for the Active 2 when it was released last year, but these features are still not available on the Active 2 by default except through modified versions of the Samsung Health monitor. Although, ECG and blood pressure monitor have only been cleared in South Korea for Active 2. In this post, I’ll show you how you can install ECG and blood pressure monitor on Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 without a PC.
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How to Install ECG and Blood Pressure Monitor on Active 2
Before you begin, make sure that your Bluetooth is turned on and connected to your Active 2.
- Simply download the link below, extract the file and you’ll see two .apk files. First, install the ECG and Blood pressure .apk files and the next, then follow the instructions to set it up.
- Remember, you need to calibrate the Active 2 for blood pressure monitoring with a traditional cuff, the process is very straight forward. Once you are down calibrating and getting started with ECG, move to your watch.
- Access your watch and find the Samsung Health Monitor that was recently installed, click on it and grant all privileges to access sensors.
Now you can take ECG by placing your finger on the back button for 30 seconds and as well as to measure blood pressure directly from your wrist.
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