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Make sure the Bluetooth on your iOS/Android device is ON, and that your PUSH Band is NOT being charged while pairing to your device.
Pairing a Band 2.0:
- Make sure your Band is ON and flashing blue. A single Band can only be connected to one device at a time so if the Band's light is solid blue, it means it's already connected to another device.
- Launch the PUSH App and access the PUSH Band icon on the top right hand side (above red arrow below):
The following window will then show:
Tap 'Pair PUSH Band', which will then scan for all PUSH bands in range. Once found, they will be displayed as a menu. The User must then select the Band they would like to pair with that iOS device:
Successful pairing will display as 'Connected', and cause the PUSH Band's light to change from flashing to solid blue. The User will also be given the choice to toggle between 'Body Mode' and 'Bar Mode' detection set ups:
The User can disconnect their band or change between Body/Bar Mode at any time by accessing the PUSH Band icon on the top right-hand side. The user will also be able to see the % remaining battery charge of their unit.
Bluetooth is not enabled on the iOS/Android device - ensure your device has Bluetooth ON and discoverable.
The PUSH Band is already paired to another device and showing a solid blue light.
Pairing a Band 1.0:
NOTE: The PUSH Band 1.0 is no longer supported in any updates to the app. If your app has been updated since July 2020, Band 1.0 will not be able to connect. Once the app has been updated, there is no way to revert to a previous version.
Follow the steps below to connect your PUSH Band 1.0 to your device:
- Turn on your Band - The light will flash blue while searching for your device.
- Go into your iPhone's settings and select "Bluetooth".
- Look for your Band's ID to appear under "Other Devices".
- Select your PUSH Band's ID and choose "Pair" in the pop-up.
- The blue light will stop flashing and remain on to indicate a successful connection.