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Most of the pedometers aren't accurate anyway. Every one I've come across I can get it to increment without taking a single step.

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Basically, the s5 pedometer is a useless gimmick, unless you divide by 2.

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I'm not gonna even try to defend the pedometer, in the s5 or the gear2 neo. I don't even think mine are in sync with each other, but it is nice to know I achieved some sort of goal.

Even if the count is way off, my weekday habbits are similar enough that it is nice to reach a goal.

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