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FitbitDec 12, 2015 - To charge your tracker: Remove your tracker from the wristband: Insert your tracker into the charging cable. Insert the charging cable into a USB port or UL-certified USB wall charger. Your Flex's LED indicator lights will pulse to show the battery level every few seconds.
help.fitbit.com/.../en.../I-m-having-troubles-setting-up-my-tracker FitbitJul 31, 2015 - I'm having trouble setting up my tracker using my computer ... If you followed the steps in How do I set up my Fitbit tracker on a computer? and couldn't complete ... Your tracker is charged. ... Or, if you'd prefer to get in touch:.
Make sure your Fitbit is fully charged by plugging it into its charger, it should vibrate and you want to see a fully white battery indicator when pressing the button.
While it is on its charger let's do a reset, by holding there button until you see the Fitbit logo.
You can put the software right, with a reset. Hardware errors and batteries won't change a bit when you use the reset button. When the battery is bad, and it looks that way, just return the Fitbit and ask for a new or new battery. It still should be under warranty. If the warranty is only 90 days for the battery, never again buy a Fitbit in the place you are living. In Europe electronics have a warranty of 24 months.