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Garmin Down! (Read 277 times)

LedLincoln


not bad for mile 25

    Really down!

     

    We are currently experiencing an outage that affects Garmin.com and Garmin Connect. This outage also affects our call centers, and we are currently unable to receive any calls, emails or online chats. We are working to resolve this issue as quickly as possible and apologize for this inconvenience.

     

    Surely this is something Eric Smile can fix, right?

     

    DavePNW


      Dave

      Marky_Mark_17


        Apparently the maintenance window will run until at least Saturday.

         

        If it's that big of a deal for anyone, you can manually download the .FIT file from your watch via USB and upload it manually.

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        HM: 1:09:41 (May-20)* | FM: 2:41:41 (Oct-20)

        * Net downhill course

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        shu_runner


          Supposedly a ransomware attack. This may be a while.

           

          https://www.zdnet.com/article/garmin-services-and-production-go-down-after-ransomware-attack/

           

          All those untracked activities floating into the abyss.

          DavePNW


             

            All those untracked activities floating into the abyss.

             

            Who dis? 

             

            We all know if it isn't logged, it didn't happen.

            Dave

            Joann Y


              Good thing today's a planned rest day.

                It could be a few days before Garmin is back in business. In the meantime, you can manually import into RA as follows

                 

                Connect your watch to your PC using USB

                Launch Windows File Explorer

                Locate the logical drive for your watch

                Drill down to GARMIN >> ACTIVITY

                Look at the timestamps to locate today's .FIT file

                Use the RunningAhead import feature to import the file

                I intend to live forever . . . or die trying.

                  "maintenance" lol.

                   

                  This outage also affects our call centers, and we are currently unable to receive any calls, emails or online chats. We are working to resolve this issue as quickly as possible and apologize for this inconvenience.

                  — Garmin Fitness (@GarminFitness) July 23, 2020

                   

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                  an amazing likeness

                    What an absolute pain in the rear for Garmin...I feel badly that they're dealing with kind of crap. While dealing with pandemic work conditions. What a waste of their employee's time and focus.

                    Acceptable at a dance, invaluable in a shipwreck.


                    an amazing likeness

                      It could be a few days before Garmin is back in business. In the meantime, you can manually import into RA as follows

                       

                      Connect your watch to your PC using USB

                      Launch Windows File Explorer

                      Locate the logical drive for your watch

                      Drill down to GARMIN >> ACTIVITY

                      Look at the timestamps to locate today's .FIT file

                      Use the RunningAhead import feature to import the file

                       

                      Or...don't do anything. Leave the workout on the device until all is back up and running..and it will flow through in a few days.

                      Acceptable at a dance, invaluable in a shipwreck.

                      Running Problem


                      Problem Child

                         

                        Or...don't do anything. Leave the workout on the device until all is back up and running..and it will flow through in a few days.

                         

                        See the source image

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                        rlopez


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                          darkwave


                          Mother of Cats

                            What an absolute pain in the rear for Garmin...I feel badly that they're dealing with kind of crap. While dealing with pandemic work conditions. What a waste of their employee's time and focus.

                             

                            Yup.  Me also.  I've been pulled in on IT responses to hacking attacks a few times (one of my focuses as an attorney is computer/technology issues) - they are always nightmarish experiences for all involved.  There are some people in Kansas City really hating life right now.

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                            rectumdamnnearkilledem

                              Ransomware...this could take a long while. Canyon bikes in Germany was hit around the new year and they were down for several weeks.

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                              Christirei


                                i'm very new to the Garmin Connect world...only a few weeks in, so i understand i can manually input my runs or import them directly from the watch, but are you guys thinking that whenever Garmin works this all out everything will load from the watch and the app will have all of the previous day's activities/steps.... etc??

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