Overcounting activity on Android

Update:  We have submitted an update to fix this issue.  Please update here:


We're investigating issues using lark activity tracker on devices running Android 4.4.4. Only a small number of users have reported seeing problems with the way the lark app interprets their data. We will have a fix out as soon as we can.
• Some users have reported seeing more activity (e.g. running, walking) recorded than actually occurred.
• Similarly, in these cases, the recorded stationary (not moving) time has been lower.
• Recorded activity can appear two to ten times longer.
If you are experiencing similar issues with your lark activity tracker data, please let us know by using the feedback link in the app. The feedback links provides us with your device information to help us troubleshoot this issue and any others in the future.
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    Stacy osborn

    Overactivity. Recording far to many steps.

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    Timothy Mann

    Recoding far too many steps

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    Joe Cargal

    Lark activity reporting too much movement and too many steps before fix. Now fixed but average way too high. Would appreciate the ability to strike the outliers, or start from scratch to preserve accuracy.

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    Orlando Peña

    It registered a long walk while I was driving my Harley on the highway

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    Janne Paananen

    It records running while I have been walking. And that happens almost every day.

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    Rohan Yadav

    Recoding far too many steps..

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    Brittany Bunker

    Not enough movement

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    Louis Gunnigan

    Lark seems to be recording the correct amount of walking but S Health is only recording approximately one third of the correct amount. As they are linked, went is this happening?