New Fitbit Flyer wireless headphones? Lucky you! Hopefully by now you’ve set up your deviceand explored the Fitbit app a bit. Good, you’re on the right track.
Now, here’s the number one thing to keep in mind: Don’t be intimidated! Although it’s natural to feel a little overwhelmed when adopting a new piece of technology, the Fitbit experience is designed with newbies in mind.
That said, you still might have some questions, so read on. The 11 tips below will ensure you and Flyer quickly find your stride.
How to Hit the Ground Running With Your New Fitbit Flyer Headphones
Fine-tune your fit.
You’ve probably noticed that Flyer comes with multiple sizes of interchangeable ear tips, wings, and fins. Finding the right combination is key to optimizing Flyer’s sound quality, comfort, and fit. This video will show you how.
Know the controls.
Flyer’s Power button is located on one of the earbuds. To power on Flyer, press and hold the Power button until the LED lights up. Flyer also has three buttons located along the cord that you can use to control your audio and phone calls: the Up (“+”) button, Select button, and Down (“–”) Button.
Flyer can store up to eight Bluetooth-enabled devices, such as phones, tablets, and smartwatches (like Fitbit Ionic) in its memory, and is able to connect to two of them at the same time.
To pair Flyer to a device, you must put the headphones in pairing mode by pressing and holding the Power button for four seconds. (Note that Flyer will automatically be in pairing mode the first time you turn it on.) If you release the Power button before Flyer is in pairing mode—indicated by a pulsing blue light—Flyer will turn on, but won’t pair to your device. Open the Bluetooth menu on your device and select Flyer. You’ll hear an audio notification through the headphones letting you know Flyer and your device are paired.