How do you sync your Fitbit Flex to your phone?

How do you sync your Fitbit Flex to your phone?

How do you sync your Fitbit Flex to your phone?

For instructions, see the Apple help article or Android (Google) help article….Troubleshooting steps

  1. Click the Fitbit Connect icon and click Open Main Menu.
  2. With your charged Fitbit device nearby, click Sync Now.
  3. You may be asked to sign in to your Fitbit account, after which your device should sync.

Why cant I set up my Fitbit Flex?

Try setting up your device again. Remove all other Fitbit devices from your account and from the list of connected Bluetooth devices on your phone or tablet. Try setting up your device again. Uninstall and reinstall the Fitbit app.

How do I set up my old Fitbit?

Open the Fitbit app and tap Join Fitbit. Follow the on-screen instructions to create a Fitbit account and connect (“pair”) your Fitbit device to your phone or tablet. Pairing makes sure your Fitbit device and phone or tablet can communicate with one another (sync their data).

How do I turn on Bluetooth on my Fitbit Flex?

To set up your tracker as a new device:

  1. Go to the Bluetooth settings on your phone and check if your tracker is on the list of paired devices.
  2. Open the Fitbit app and tap on the Account symbol at the top right corner of the screen, then tap on “Set up a New Device”

Is Fitbit Flex obsolete?

Fitbit doesn’t even make the Flex 2 anymore; it’s been replaced by the Inspire line. You can still find it, with the price greatly inflated, but I’d strongly recommend buying the Inspire instead.

When was the Fitbit Flex discontinued?

Today, Fitbit also killed off four wearables: the Alta (released February 2016), Alta HR (released March 2017), Flex 2 (released October 2016), and Zip (released September 2012). It’s the new Inspire and Inspire HR that are really doing the damage here.

What do I do with my old Fitbit after replacement?

“If you have a Fitbit you no longer use, or extra chargers or bands, please send to, a 501(c)(3) charity that refurbishes wearable activity trackers for under-served populations.”