How do I factory reset my Fitbit Charge HR?

How do I factory reset my Fitbit Charge HR?

How do I factory reset Charge or Charge HR?

  1. Attach the charging cable to your tracker and plug the other end into a USB port.
  2. Press and hold the button for approximately two seconds and without letting go of the button:
  3. Let go of the button and hold it down again.

How do you reset fitbit charge?

1 Factory Reset

  1. Plug in your Fitbit Charge and connect it to a USB port.
  2. Press the button on your tracker and hold.
  3. Wait seven to nine seconds.
  4. Press the button.
  5. Press the button.
  6. Press the button again.
  7. Press the button again.
  8. As you let go of the button, your tracker will turn off.

Why is my Fitbit hr not syncing?

Restart your phone and restart your device. Check that no battery saving app/feature on your phone is affecting your Fitbit app. Also, on an Android device, check that your app has the necessary permissions (settings > apps > Fitbit > permissions) and make sure bluetooth and location services (GPS) are on.

Why is my Fitbit not syncing with my phone?

If you’re trying to sync a Fitbit tracker, this can hinder the Bluetooth connectivity and prevent it from syncing. Charge your Fitbit battery. While Fitbit trackers have a long battery life, these devices need recharging every day or so. If a tracker isn’t syncing, it may have run out of power and turned off.

Why is my charge hr not connecting?

Troubleshooting steps Bluetooth and turn Bluetooth off and back on. Turn your phone or tablet off and back on. Uninstall and reinstall the Fitbit app. If your Fitbit scale won’t sync after you reinstall the app, log in to your Fitbit account on a different phone or tablet and try to sync.

What do I do if my Fitbit charge won’t turn on?

If the restart process doesn’t work, perform a long restart:

  1. Plug the device into the charging cable.
  2. While the device is plugged into the charging cable, hold the button down for 15 seconds.
  3. Remove your finger from button.
  4. Remove the device from the charging cable.
  5. Plug the device into the charging cable again.