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The Tracker will upload your data every 15 minutes provided you are within range of any plugged in base station (about 15 feet for direct line of sight), the computer is on and not in sleep or hibernate mode, the software is installed and running, and you have an active internet connection.
While out of range, the Tracker will look for a base station every minute until it syncs your data, after which it will wait 15 minutes before searching again.
You can see when the last successful sync occurred by viewing your main page at www.fitbit.com. Near your profile picture, you will see Synced with a time and date of your last sync.
If you want to force the Tracker to upload its data, place the Tracker on the base station.
While we recommend you sync your data regularly, the Tracker has the ability to store 7 days' worth of detailed, minute by minute data. It will store summary data (calories, distance, and steps) for the trailing 30 days. If you wait longer than 7 days before syncing, you will not see your minute by minute graphs (except on the most recent 7 days).
Your Tracker is able to sync from multiple computers, as long as each computer has the Fitbit software installed and a working base station is plugged in. You don't need to physically connect the devices. Simply down load the app and upload your info.
Pairing has been interrupted you may need to pair the device again. Go to the blue tooth setting in the control panel and set it to accept all incoming connections. Tick the top selection" in the manager. Type in the code the same as the one giving by your computer to your device you are trying to sync with your computer. It has to be the same. It should pair up if that happens then you can use that device because it is paired up with your machine. Not sure what your paring if it is a cell phone to your laptop you will also have to use either the Microsoft Mobile Sync which is free to download at the Microsoft Web Site. Tick Here please. To get a copy! What ever you are trying to sync make sure there is compatible software as well to use with your device loaded in your PC laptop. Most newer devices are compatible with Win 7 and XP if your drivers are installed. It should have come with software to load to use your devices with your computer when you purchased them. John
Syncing refers to software a program you have installed on your computer to use with a device.Don't expect i tunes or other programs to sync with another device.Install the program from SanDisks web site.Another way to load MP3 files is to attach the unit to your computer and open the drive on the unit,Drag and Drop to Drive or folders on drive .
I fixed this problem by going to Start>Control Panel and uninstalling the Java 64-bit program. It is incompatible with the Neo sync application. The other Java program on there is compatible. It worked immediately without even restarting. (I tried the above Best Solution, but on the newer computers, I get a message saying the Vista driver is only for Vista, not for Windows 7).
Hi. While holding power button, and pressing reset will do a hard reset to your PDA (reset the device to its factory default settings). So if your PDA is working well, don't do it. As for the syncronization with your Vista PC; Winodws XP uses the ActiveSync software for syncronization, and for Windows Vista, Microsoft developed a brand new syncronization software called "Windows Mobile Device Center". It can be downloaded here: (http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/en-us/help/synchronize/device-center-download.mspx). When you download/install this software to your PC, you should be able to connect your PDA to your PC without any problem, and definitely without changing any OS in your PDA or PC. Hope this helps.
software you need to install software
let it install before connecting phone to comp
then after finish the install then connect the phone to usb cable
you might if this didnt work the first time have to uninstall all the software and try a fresh copy of the software in comp to sync everything with desktop manager
make sure you've loaded the software the phone came with onto the host pc (fully loaded it, and go through the "configuration" routine it asks you to complete after installing the activesync software). That should fix your problem. Incidentally tho, i've connected my phone via usb cable to pc's that did NOT have the active sync software installed, and those pc's still recognized the phone as a removable drive (without the syncing capability). You can still install applications and syncronize files manually so long as the host pc sees it as a removable drive tho (although it takes a tad bit more technical knowledge, such as file paths and the like)
you also have a connection manager on the PDA Itself ( Active sync ) Try syncing from the PDA as Well As The Computer Active Sync Program.
Also make sure if you have a firewall, you allow the PDA into it as a trusted Device.
Mike @ Compurepair.
1 more thing, try on/off the PDA whilst in sync mode.
Hope This Helps.
I got this from:http://www.livedigitally.com/2005/06/27/sandisk-sansa-e130-the-micro-version-of-the-ipod-mini/
Create two playlists with names such as
1. SANSA Internal and
2. SANSA 2GB (assuming your SD card is 2gb).
Load songs into each playlist.
Edit the sync properties for each drive to only sycn to those playlists.