However, the count might stop due to unknown reason.
If it’s a hardware issue, the motion coprocessor might be responsible but in most cases, it’s a software issue.
Smart Playlists allows users to control the way the "Shuffle" feature in i Tunes chooses music.
For example, users can choose to listen to their most played or least played songs in the Smart Playlist settings and i Tunes will create a shuffle playlist according to that criteria.
If not, chances are the Motion Coprocessor CPU isn’t working or the data generated can’t be collected by the software for any reason.
This should be the first step while attempting to fix the Health app on an i Phone.
People who need to walk or run a lot in order to track calorie burn and fitness tracking.
This feature is supported on the 5th generation i OS devices and onwards; e.g.
the i Phone 5s and above and i Pod Touch 5th generation and above.
The motion coprocessor alongside the CPU helps a lot collecting the steps data.