You need to fully charge your tracker before start moving. It is best you use low-energy device like a USB port on your computer to charge your tracker using the charging cable. A UL-certified USB wall charger can also be used. The charging cable that came with your tracker is the only cable may be used and do not use battery pack or a USB hub to charge. This will ensure optimum Fitbit Flex Charge Time for your tracker.
Fitbit Flex Charge Time Instructions
A rechargeable battery comes with Fitbit Flex you buy. Fitbit Flex Charge Time may take up to 3 hours for fully charging. To charge your tracker, first take out the pebble from the wristband. Arrange the charging cable with the pebble by placing the curved end of the tracker at a little angle into the charging cable. Thrust the pebble using your thumb into the charging cable until there is a tick. Now plug the charging cable into the USB port on your computer. You will see blinking LED indicator lights every few seconds on the tracker indicating the battery level. There is advancement towards the full charge represented by every solid indicator light. You will see blinking of all 5 indicator lights when it’s fully charged. Disconnect the pebble from the charging cable and insert it into the wristband again.
It is possible that your battery is not longer functioning. There should be a clean contact of the charging cable that makes contact completely. An appropriate battery charge may not feed to your tracker. If your tracker is not charging, you can try to clean the charging contacts on your tracker and charger with rubbing alcohol and a cotton swab or a tissue with hand sanitizer. Use a toothbrush or toothpick if the dirt or debris cannot be fully removed by a cotton swab. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or dip your tracker in water. Make sure you charge it after you dry your tracker completely.
How To Save Battery Life
Your tracker will be automatically syncing with your paired phone during the day if you enable all-day sync. This feature will drain the battery of both your paired device and your tracker and it is enabled by default, so you can save some power by disable it. You can do this by pressing the tab at the top of the app home screen and then disable all-day sync. This could improve Fitbit Flex Charge Time.