Run Count Always 0
The reason Ski Tracks may not reporting the run count correctly is that the elevation of your resort is too small to be registered as run. If the run and lifts are less than 280ft/90m this can cause the current algorithm issues with regards to counting runs and lifts.
Over Reporting Run Count
If Ski Tracks is over reporting Run Count this is likely to indicate interference or errors in the altitude part of the GPS data - we can confirm this by doing analysis on your track - please contact support for more help.
We strongly recommend change the location mode on Android to Device Only (sometimes called GPS Only)
Android 7 (Nougat)
Settings > Location > Mode > Device Only
Android 8 (Oreo)
Settings > Security & Location > Location > Mode > Device Only (GPS)
Ski Tracks Updates
To fix this issue we are doing a number of new things:
- An improved lift detection algorithm.
- Improved GPS detection for smaller mountains.
- Lift database to find lifts and name them.
- Track editing to add lifts in.
Any existing tracks will automatically be updated and the run count re-calculated. All of these new features will be made available soon in a future version of Ski Tracks.