I don't really receive many voice calls these days. Notifications should work as expected after your device syncs. Also, make sure that your and are up-to-date 22. Verify that your phone is receiving notifications Make sure your phone is set to receive notifications. I tried all the suggestions above and none of them worked. So do all the bluetooth stuff again, uninstall, reinstall, just like you're starting over again.
I had a feeling this was the issue. For example, you can configure the iMessage app to alert you with a tone, vibration or both for an incoming message. Can someone help me please? See also: Problem 1 — Syncing issues Fitbit trackers sync with Android devices via Bluetooth, and unfortunately that technology can sometimes be unreliable. Has anyone else been experiencing the same thing with their Blaze lately and somehow managed to fix the issue? Also, I'd like to know if you've tried every single steps I've shared? I wish I could remember what I did at this point I had mentally had it but the message finally went away and I was able to interact more with the watch through the Fitbit app. Unplug your tracker from the cable.
Hello , have a warm welcome to the Fitbit Community, I'm very glad your issue has been resolved by pressing down the button on the side of your tracker. I sure hope it tests out well in the end. If you've reviewed the list above and can't get notifications to work, try the following tasks. I appreciate your participation in the forums and I'm very glad your issue has now been resolved. You should feel your tracker vibrate and enter sleep mode.
Hope to see you participating in the Community more often since I think it would be awesome for you to explore our Community. Find this setting under Sound and notification. When you answer or dismiss a call, the phone icon on your Surge will disappear. Right now the app store just seems really slow. Much better than those first few weeks. The never-ending installation screen was still there, even though the watch appeared to have been successfully set up.
To do this, go to the clock face on your tracker, then press and hold the button for 2 seconds, a vibration and a message on the tracker will indicate you that Notifications have been turned on or off. Make sure they're on and in case you're still not receiving them, please try the troubleshooting steps mentioned in his post earlier. When you get a text message or new email, the Band can vibrate. It's nice to have you aboard , welcome to the forums! With this, I got as far as the screen that prompted me to enter the numbers shown on the watch into the app twice with two different numbers , so there had to be some kind of communication between the watch and phone but the app continued to show a spinning wheel trying to connect. I wonder if Fitbit might one day release a firmware update for the Charge that will add these other notifications. Additionally, if there's anything else I can do for you, please feel free to reply. New owners of this smartwatch will usually want to know how to get text messages on the Versa.
Looking forward to your response! Maybe that does the trick. They are made out of metal! Your tracker should vibrate twice. Columbo began writing professionally in 2009. Your Fitbit device shows new texts you haven't already read. That happens more often than one would expect, especially considering how often fitness trackers get used from day to day. Press and hold the side button on your tracker for four seconds. Press the button on the charging cable three times within eight seconds.
The fix above has kept my Versa connected and syncing properly. A of the Versa is also available. For instructions on how to do so, a walkthrough can be found below. The client portion of the puzzle has been implemented, now we just need the server piece to complete the picture. Make sure Notifications is set to On. To do this, open the Fitbit app, select Account, select your tracker, then scroll down to the bottom and make sure the Always Connected toggle is turned on.
Press the tracker into the charging cable. Originally published May 10, 2018. You can also select the alert tone and the vibration pattern, as well as configure your message preview options, from this menu. I think I turned off the bluetooth in your settings on the phone , restarted the phone, and turned on the bluetooth again before pairing. Bluetooth signals are susceptible to disconnecting or dropping occasionally. For customer support or help with your Fitbit account, please. This is my last attempt at fixing it before I return this watch.
Fitbit Labs Timmy Clock Face. I made sure that blaze is paired with my phone and that the toggles are on in the app and I have no issues with syncing to my iPhone. It also seems to me that the Bluetooth connection for the Versa is very intermittent. Your Surge stores a maximum of 20 notifications and the oldest ones are deleted as others arrive. Restart your phone and try setting up notifications again. I have to wonder about Fitbit and why they have so many issues. The Versa will not sync with my Samsung Galaxy S7 reliably.