You can troubleshoot by doing several things if your Fitbit Flex Won’t Charge. You can make sure that Fitbit Flex is ready to track your progress at all times all over the day by keeping it charged. A dedicated Fitbit charging cable is needed to charge almost all Fitbit devices. All new Fitbits comes with this cable, so you’ll need to order a new one if they are lost. If your tracker still won’t charge even if you have replaced your charging cable, you may want to try these.
Fitbit Flex Won’t Charge: Swap Ports Or Charger
You can try a different USB port if Fitbit Flex Won’t Charge. It is possible that the USB port you are using is damaged, or there is not enough power to charge the Fitbit. Older USB ports or USB hubs usually cause this issue. See if using a different port to plug the charger will work. Try not plugging the tracker to your computer but a wall-charger instead. This wall charger usually does not come with the Fitbit, but any USB wall charger that may come with your tablet or phone can be connected with the charging cable. Rather than connecting it into a computer or laptop you can charge your Fitbit much quicker and more resourcefully this way.
Fitbit Flex Won’t Charge: Clean Charging Contacts
You may also try to clean the charging contacts of the tracker. Even after minimal use, stain and dust may stick to the Fitbit tracker’s charging contacts. This can cause the charger cannot make good contact with the tracker so problems occurs when you’re trying to charge it. Use a cotton wipe and some rubbing alcohol to clean your tracker’s contacts. You can rub tough filtrate off using a thumbtack. Also check the contacts if Fitbit Flex Won’t Charge. Briskly rub the contacts using the rubbing alcohol with the cotton swap if they are dirty. Rub the contacts clean with the thumbtack if you cannot completely clean it with the cotton swab, and then repeat. The charger cable might require to be cleaned so check it out.
Fitbit Flex Won’t Charge: Reset The Tracker
Problem with the charging process are seldom caused by trouble with the tracker. You can fix this by resetting the tracker. The Fitbit types you are using dictate the process. Connect the charger into a USB port, and then plug the Fitbit into the charger. Slot in a tiny pin into the pinhole on the rear of the charger with the Fitbit plugged in. Push and depress the pin for around ten seconds. This should fix if Fitbit Flex Won’t Charge.