Tracking steps on an Android device can be done using built-in features or third-party apps. Here’s how you can track steps on Android:

Using Google Fit (Built-in on many devices):

  1. Open Google Fit:
    • If your device has Google Fit pre-installed, open the app. If not, you can download it from the Google Play Store.
  2. Set up Google Fit:
    • Follow the on-screen instructions to set up your Google Fit account.
  3. Grant Permissions:
    • Make sure to grant the necessary permissions for Google Fit to access your activity data.
  4. Start Tracking:
    • Once set up, Google Fit should automatically track your steps using your phone’s built-in sensors.

Using Samsung Health (Samsung Devices):

  1. Open Samsung Health:
    • Samsung devices often come with Samsung Health pre-installed. Open the app.
  2. Navigate to Steps:
    • Find the “Steps” section in the app to view your step count.
  3. Adjust Settings:
    • In the settings, you can customize your step tracking preferences.

Using Third-Party Apps:

  1. Download a Fitness App:
    • There are many third-party fitness apps available on the Google Play Store, such as Fitbit, Pedometer, or MyFitnessPal.
  2. Install and Set Up:
    • Download the app of your choice, install it, and follow the setup instructions.
  3. Grant Permissions:
    • Make sure to grant the necessary permissions for the app to access your activity data.
  4. Start Tracking:
    • Once set up, these apps will use your phone’s sensors to track your steps.

Remember to keep your phone with you as much as possible for accurate step tracking, and be aware that the accuracy of step counts may vary between different devices and apps.

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