Table of Contents
Getting Started .................................................................................................................................. 1
What’s included....................................................................................................................................1
Setting up Fitbit One on a computer ..........................................................................................2
Mac & PC Requirements ...................................................................................................................2
Installing Fitbit Connect on a computer .....................................................................................2
Installing Fitbit Connect on your Mac ......................................................................................2
Installing Fitbit Connect on your PC.........................................................................................3
Pairing to a computer .......................................................................................................................3
Pairing to a Mac ...............................................................................................................................3
Pairing to a PC .................................................................................................................................5
Wireless sync to a computer ..........................................................................................................7
Setting up Fitbit One on a mobile device ................................................................................. 8
Mobile device requirements........................................................................................................... 8
Before you begin............................................................................................................................ 8
Pairing to an iOS device .................................................................................................................. 8
Syncing to an iOS device ................................................................................................................ 9
Force Sync ....................................................................................................................................... 9
Background Sync........................................................................................................................... 9
Pairing to an Android device ........................................................................................................ 10
Syncing to an Android device ...................................................................................................... 10
Background Sync ........................................................................................................................... 11
Force Sync ....................................................................................................................................... 11
Using your One ................................................................................................................................ 12
Wearing your One ........................................................................................................................ 12
Using your One in wet conditions ........................................................................................... 12
Battery life and power .................................................................................................................... 13
Battery life ....................................................................................................................................... 13
Charging your One ....................................................................................................................... 13
Memory ................................................................................................................................................ 13
What Fitbit One tracks .................................................................................................................. 14
Beginner mode .................................................................................................................................. 14
Lefty mode.......................................................................................................................................... 14
Tracking sleep with Fitbit One ..................................................................................................... 15
Activity Recordings ......................................................................................................................... 15
Silent Alarms ...................................................................................................................................... 16
Setting up Silent Alarms from a computer........................................................................... 17
Setting up Silent Alarms on an iOS device ........................................................................... 17
Setting up Silent Alarms on an Android device.................................................................. 18
Dismissing Silent Alarms ............................................................................................................ 19
Your Fitbit.com Dashboard ......................................................................................................... 20
Browser Requirements .................................................................................................................. 20
Using your Dashboard ................................................................................................................... 20
Understanding the Dashboard ................................................................................................ 20
Device Info Preview...................................................................................................................... 21
Managing your One from Fitbit.com ...................................................................................... 21
Updating Fitbit One....................................................................................................................... 22
Updating One on a computer ..................................................................................................... 22
Updating One on an iOS device ................................................................................................. 22
Updating One on an Android device ........................................................................................ 23
Help .................................................................................................................................................... 24
Return policy and warranty ......................................................................................................... 25
Regulatory and Safety Notices .................................................................................................. 26
USA: Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Statement....................................... 26
Canada: Industry Canada (IC) Statement ............................................................................... 27
EU (European Union): .................................................................................................................... 28
Other: ................................................................................................................................................... 28
Safety Statement ............................................................................................................................. 28
Important Safety Instructions ..................................................................................................... 28
Built-in Battery Precautions ......................................................................................................... 29
Disposal and Recycling Information ......................................................................................... 29
Getting Started
What’s included
Your Fitbit One Wireless Activity + Sleep Tracker package includes:
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Fitbit One Wireless Activity + Sleep Tracker
Clip
Wireless Sync Dongle
Sleep wristband
Charging cable
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Setting up Fitbit One on a computer
Mac & PC Requirements
Software
Mac OS 10.5 and up
Internet connection
Hardware
USB port
Software
Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Internet connection
Hardware
USB port
Installing Fitbit Connect on a computer
The free Fitbit Connect software allows you to sync stored data from your tracker to
your Fitbit.com Dashboard.
Installing Fitbit Connect on your Mac
1. Go to http://www.fitbit.com/start/one.
2. Click the Download button.
3. Go to your downloads folder and double-click the .dmg file.
Note: If the file does not appear on your desktop, search for “Fitbit Connect”
using the Spotlight search feature.
4. Run the Fitbit Connect installer by double-clicking Install Fitbit Connect.
5. Follow the onscreeninstructions to complete setup.
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Installing Fitbit Connect on your PC
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Go to http://www.fitbit.com/setup.
Click the Download button.
Go to your downloads folder and double-click the Fitbit Connect .exe file.
Choose your language and follow the onscreen instructions.
Pairing to a computer
Once Fitbit Connect is installed, you can pair your One to your computer.
Pairing to a Mac
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From the Menu Bar of your Mac, click the Fitbit Connect icon and choose
Open Main Menu.
2. From the main menu, select Set Up A New Fitbit Device.
3. Account Setup:
a. Select New to Fitbit if you don’t already have a Fitbit.com account.
b. Select Existing User to log into your existing Fitbit.com account.
Note: You can only have one Fitbit tracker paired to an account at any
given time.
If you currently have another Fitbit tracker linked to your account
and plan to continue using it, choose Don’t Replace to continue
setup using a different email address.
If you’d like to use your One on your existing account, choosing
Replace Tracker remove your other tracker, and replace it with your
One.
4. Enter or confirm your personal details and click Next.
This information personalizes your Fitbit experience and improves the
accuracy of your calorie burn and distance data. You can adjust your privacy
settings on the Fitbit website to control what information is shared with
others.
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5. Make sure that your Wireless Sync Dongle is plugged into your computer and
that your Fitbit One is nearby.
6. Click the Fitbit One tile. Fitbit Connect will now begin searching for your One.
7. A pairing number will appear on your tracker’s display once the Fitbit Connect
has located it. It may take up to 30 seconds for this number to appear.
Note: If the number does not display, click “I don’t see a number starting with
“0”. Make sure that your tracker’s battery is charged and the display is
on. Fitbit Connect will resume looking for your tracker
8. Enter the number displayed on your tracker’s screen into your computer, and
then click Next.
9. Your tracker will connect to Fitbit.com. This can take up to a minute.
10. Once your tracker has connected to Fitbit.com, enter a greeting, then click
Next. The greeting is what you will see each time you pick up your Fitbit One
and can be your name or any 8 character long combination of letters or
numbers.
11. Your personalized greeting will now be sent to your tracker. This can take up
to 30 seconds.
12. When your tracker has been linked with your Fitbit account, you will see a
“You’re all set” screen. Take some steps with your tracker and sync it to your
account to see your stats on your Dashboard.
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Pairing to a PC
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In the Windows System Tray, right-click the Fitbit Connect icon and choose
Open Main Menu.
2. From the main menu, select Set Up a New Fitbit Device.
3. Account Setup:
a. Select New to Fitbit if you don’t already have a Fitbit.com account.
b. Select Existing User to log into your existing Fitbit.com account.
Note: You can only have one Fitbit tracker paired to an account at any
given time.
If you currently have another Fitbit tracker linked to your account
and plan to continue using it, choose Don’t Replace to continue
setup using a different email address.
If you’d like to use your One on your existing account, choosing
Replace Tracker remove your other tracker, and replace it with your
One.
4. Enter or confirm your personal details and click Next. This information
personalizes your Fitbit experience and improves the accuracy of your calorie
burn and distance data. You can adjust your privacy settings on the Fitbit
website to control what information is shared with others.
5. Make sure that your Wireless Sync Dongle is plugged into your computer and
that your Fitbit One is near it.
6. Click the Fitbit One tile. Fitbit Connect will now begin searching for your One.
7. A 4 digit pairing number will appear on your tracker’s display once the Fitbit
Connect has located it. It may take up to 30 seconds for this number to
appear.
Note: If the number does not display, click “I don’t see a number starting with
“0”. At this time, make sure that your tracker’s battery is charged and
the display is on. Fitbit Connect will resume looking for your tracker
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8. Enter the number displayed on your tracker’s screen into your computer, and
then click Next.
9. Your tracker will connect to Fitbit.com. This can take up to a minute.
10. Once your tracker has connected to Fitbit.com, enter a greeting, then click
Next. The greeting is what you will see each time you pick up your Fitbit One
and can be your name or any 8 character long combination of letters or
numbers.
11. Your personalized greeting will now be sent to your tracker. This can take up
to 30 seconds.
12. When your tracker has been linked with your Fitbit account, you will see a
“You’re all set” screen. Take some steps with your tracker and sync it to your
account to see your stats on your Dashboard.
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Wireless sync to a computer
Fitbit Connect must be installed and your Wireless Sync Dongle plugged into your
computer for your tracker to sync to Fitbit.com.
Syncing occurs every 15 minutes when your tracker has new data and is within 15 feet
of a plugged-in Wireless Sync Dongle.
You can force sync your tracker by clicking the Fitbit Connect icon, which is located
by the time and date on your computer, then selecting Sync Now.
Note: If you experience any trouble syncing your tracker with your computer, you
can visit http://help.fitbit.com for help.
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Setting up Fitbit One on a mobile device
Mobile device requirements
The Fitbit One is capable of setting up and syncing with mobile devices that support
Bluetooth 4.0 technology. To see if your mobile device is compatible with your
tracker, visit http://www.fitbit.com/devices.
Note: If your device is not compatible, you can still use the Fitbit App to view your
data and track your progress.
Additional Requirements:
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Charging cable and USB port for charging your device before pairing
Internet Connection on your mobile device
Before you begin
Before you can setup your One on a mobile device, do the following:
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Download and install the Fitbit App from the App Store (iOS) or Google Play
Store (Android). If you already have the Fitbit App installed, make sure that
you have the latest version.
2. Plug your charging cable into a USB port.
3. Insert your One into the charging cable.
4. Enable Bluetooth on your mobile device and within the app.
Pairing to an iOS device
Your tracker must be paired directly through the Fitbit App, and not through your
iOS device’s Bluetooth preferences. To pair your tracker to you mobile device, do the
following:
1. Open the Fitbit App.
2. Account Setup:
a. Select Log in if you have an existing Fitbit.com account.
b. Select Get started if you don’t have a Fitbit.com account yet.
Note: You can only have one Fitbit tracker paired to an account at any given time.
If you currently have another Fitbit tracker linked to your account and plan to
continue using it, choose Don’t Replace to continue setup using a different
email address.
If you’d like to use your One tracker with your existing account, choose
Replace Tracker, remove your other tracker, and replace it with your One.
3. If you’re prompted to, enter your personal details and tap Next.
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accuracy of your calorie burn and distance data. You can adjust your privacy
settings on the Fitbit website to control what is shared with others.
Enter the email address and password for Fitbit.com and tap Next.
Tap the pink Set up Now button. If you’ve already set up your One on a
computer, you can tap the pink Link Now button.
Choose One.
Tap Start to begin searching for your One.
Once your tracker has been found, you will see a screen that says, “We found
a Fitbit One!” Tap Next.
Enter the number on your tracker’s display into your mobile device.
When the Fitbit App shows the message “You’re all set!” tap Next to continue.
Tap Done to complete setup. You can now use the Fitbit App to start tracking.
Note: If you experience trouble pairing your One, you can get support by going to
http://help.fitbit.com.
Syncing to an iOS device
Your One can sync directly to supported iOS devices via Bluetooth 4.0. To see if your
iOS device is compatible with your Fitbit One, go to http://www.fitbit.com/devices.
Note: Bluetooth must be enabled in your mobile device’s Settings, as well as in the
Fitbit App. You can turn Bluetooth on in the Fitbit app by tapping More, then
Devices, and switching Bluetooth to On.
Syncing occurs automatically when you open the Fitbit App on your iOS device.
Force Sync
You can also Force Sync your tracker through the Devices menu to sync your data
on command.
To Force Sync your One:
1. Open the Fitbit App.
2. Tap More.
3. Tap Devices.
Note: Make sure Use Bluetooth is set to On.
4. Tap One.
5. Tap the Force Sync icon.
Background Sync
The Fitbit App also supports Background Sync. This setting allows your One to sync
with your iOS device while the Fitbit app is in the background, or minimized.
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Note: Background Sync will only operate when your iOS device’s screen is turned on.
If your iOS device’s screen is off, your One will not sync in the background
until you wake your iOS device from sleep.
Pairing to an Android device
Your One must be paired directly through the Fitbit App, and not through your
Android device’s Bluetooth preferences.
1. Open the Fitbit App.
2. Account Setup:
Select Get started if you don’t already have a Fitbit.com account.
Select Log in to log into your existing Fitbit.com account.
Note: You can only have one Fitbit tracker paired to an account at a time.
If you currently have another Fitbit tracker linked to your account
and plan to continue using it, choose Don’t Replace to continue
setup using a different email address.
If you’d like to use your One on your existing account, choose
Replace Tracker to remove your other tracker, and replace it with
your One.
3. If you’re prompted to, enter your personal details and select Next. This
information personalizes your Fitbit experience and improves the accuracy of
your calorie burn and distance data. You can adjust your privacy settings on
the Fitbit website to control what information is shared with others.
4. Enter the email address for your Fitbit.com and your password.
5. Tap Device Settings.
Note: Make sure Bluetooth is set to On.
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Tap Set up New Device to begin.
Choose One.
Tap Start to begin searching for your One.
Once your tracker has been found, a pairing number will appear on the display
of your One. Enter that number into your mobile device and tap Next.
10. Once the Fitbit App shows the message “You’re all set!”, you can tap Next to
continue.
11. Tap Done to complete setup. You can now use the Fitbit App to start tracking.
Syncing to an Android device
Your One can sync directly to supported Android devices via Bluetooth 4.0.
To see if your Android device is able to wirelessly sync to your tracker, visit
http://www.fitbit.com/devices.
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Note: Bluetooth must be enabled both in the Android device Settings, as well as
within the Fitbit App. You can turn Bluetooth on in the Fitbit app by tapping
the menu button, then Devices, and checking the Use Bluetooth box.
Syncing occurs automatically when you open the Fitbit App on your Android device.
Background Sync
The Fitbit App also supports Background Sync. This setting allows your One to sync
with your Android device while the Fitbit app is in the background, or minimized.
NOTE: Background Sync will only operate when your Android device’s screen is
turned on. If your Android device’s screen is off, your One will not sync in the
background until you wake your Android device from sleep.
Force Sync
You can also Force Sync your One through the Devices menu if you want to get the
latest data synced.
To Force Sync your One:
1. Open the Fitbit App.
2. Tap the menu button.
3. Tap Devices.
Note: Make sure Use Bluetooth is checked.
4. Tap One.
5. Tap the Force Sync icon.
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Using your One
Wearing your One
The Fitbit One is most accurate when worn on or very close to your torso. A clip
designed to keep the tracker secured to your clothing is included in your package.
A sleep wristband for your Fitbit One is also included in your package.
The wristband should be worn while you sleep. It is should not be worn for tracking
during the day.
To prevent losing your tracker, wear it:
1. In your pocket.
2. Clipped on your pocket, facing inwards.
3. Clipped on your bra.
Using your One in wet conditions
The Fitbit One is sweat-proof and rainproof. It is not waterproof and should not be
taken swimming.
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Battery life and power
Battery life
Your One contains a rechargeable Lithium-ion polymer battery.
With normal use, your One’s battery should last approximately five days before
requiring a charge.
You can check your tracker’s battery level by logging into your Dashboard and
clicking on the gear icon in the upper right corner of the screen. The battery level at
the time of its most recent sync will be listed to the right of the picture of your One.
Charging your One
Charge your One tracker by plugging your charging cable into a USB port, and then
inserting the tracker into the charger, making sure the gold contacts on your tracker
align with the gold dots in the charging cable.
A battery indicator will appear when your tracker is first plugged into the charging
cable. Press your tracker’s button while it’s charging to view its current battery level.
A drained tracker should be charged for 1-2 hours for maximum performance and
battery life.
Memory
The One tracker stores minute-by-minute data for one week. After 7 days, that data
is converted to a daily total, which is stored for an additional 23 days.
When you sync your tracker, its data is uploaded to your Fitbit.com Dashboard, and
securely stored on Fitbit’s servers. As long as you sync your tracker within thirty days
of activity, you’ll be able to transmit that data to your Fitbit.com Dashboard.
Note: Every night at midnight, your tracker will reset itself. This means your goal
progress and daily data will begin at zero again. This does not delete the data
stored on your tracker. That data will be uploaded to your Dashboard the
next time you sync your tracker.
The time this reset occurs is based on the time zone set on your Fitbit.com
profile.
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What Fitbit One tracks
Your One tracks the following:
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Floors climbed
Steps taken
Recent activity levels (represented by
a flower that grows and shrinks)
Distance traveled
Time (clock and stopwatch)
Calories burned
Hours slept
Quality of sleep
Beginner mode
When you first set up your Fitbit tracker, it will be in beginner mode. While in
beginner mode, the name corresponding to the current display will appear. For
example, “STEPS” will be displayed before “7482” and the steps icon.
After the display has cycled through each screen 5 times, beginner mode will end,
and you will be in normal mode. In normal mode, the value and icon is displayed
immediately after you press your tracker’s button for faster viewing.
Any time your tracker is reset, it will enter beginner mode. This will happen if you
shut down and then restart your tracker, upgrade your device, or when your tracker’s
battery drains completely.
Lefty mode
Your tracker can be displayed in Lefty mode, which orients the display to make it
easier for left-handed individuals to read their trackers when holding them with their
dominant hand. The One comes oriented for right-handed users by default. To
change your tracker to lefty mode, go to your Device Settings and select the
Left-handed button.
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Tracking sleep with Fitbit One
You can use your One to track how long and how soundly you sleep. The One will
track your movement throughout the night to provide you with information about
the quality of your sleep.
To track your sleep with your One tracker, do the following:
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Place your tracker into the slot in your wristband and wrap it around your
non-dominant wrist.
2. Once you are in bed and ready to fall asleep, press and hold the tracker’s
button for 2+ seconds. You will see a blinking stopwatch and clock. The other
icons will also blink, indicating that your tracker is in sleep mode.
3. When you wake up, press and hold the button for 2+ seconds to stop the
sleep recording. The icons will stop blinking to indicate you’ve exited sleep
mode. Once you exit sleep mode, your tracker will resume, displaying your
daily totals.
4. Once the data syncs, graphs on your Dashboard will reveal how long you slept
and the number of times you woke up. Last night’s sleep will appear on
today’s page.
Note: If you forgot to press the button on your tracker, but were wearing it while you
slept, you can enter the times manually in your online Sleep Log and your
data will still appear once you sync your tracker.
Activity Recordings
An activity recording is similar to the trip mode on the odometer in a car.
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You can use activity recording to track things like a tennis game or an exercise class
so that you may later examine data from the time you were performing that exercise
more closely. Recordings do not affect how your data is tracked or analyzed; they
instead serve to bring greater visibility to a specified time frame.
To start a recording, hold your tracker’s button down for 2-3 seconds until a flashing
stopwatch and running numbers appear as they do in sleep mode.
While in recording mode, the display icons will blink. When you press the tracker’s
button to cycle between screens, the stats displayed will represent the activity that
has occurred since the recording started.
To exit recording mode, hold your tracker’s button down for 2-3 seconds until the
icons and numbers on its display stop flashing.
The next time you sync your tracker, the information from your recording will be
displayed on your activities page, along with additional stats such as pace, duration
of the recording, a graph of your speed, and more.
To add an activity onto your Fitbit Dashboard, do the following:
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Log into your Dashboard, and then go to the Log Activities page.
2. Start typing the activity you want to add in the box under Find an Activity to
Log.
3. If the activity is already in the system, it will appear in the grey box.
4. If the activity is not in the system, you have the option to create your own
activity by clicking the Add Custom Activity text that will appear in the
drop-down menu.
5. Enter the duration, distance (if applicable) and start time of your activity, then
click “Log Activity”. That activity will now appear under your Logged
Activities.
Silent Alarms
You can make your tracker to gently vibrate to wake or alert you using the Silent
Alarm feature. You can set these alarms on your computer or compatible mobile
device.
Silent Alarms can be configured to repeat on multiple days of the week. For example,
you could arrange to be awoken at 7:00 AM every weekday.
You can set up to eight alarms for your tracker at once.
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Note: Setting multiple alarms may drain the battery life of your One. If you find that
you must charge your battery more often, you may want to reduce the
number of Silent Alarms configured on your One.
Setting up Silent Alarms from a computer
You can set Silent Alarms from your computer by using the Fitbit.com Dashboard.
Your Wireless Sync Dongle must be plugged into your computer to sync the alarm to
your tracker.
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Log in to your Fitbit.com Dashboard.
Click the gear icon, found in the upper right corner of your screen.
Click Settings.
Click Silent Alarms.
Click the Add Alarm button.
Enter the Time you want the alarm to alert you.
Choose how often you want the alarm to occur:
Once – Your alarm will alert you at the specified time, and not repeat.
Repeats – You can choose which days you want this alarm to repeat (for
example, at 7:00 AM every weekday).
10. Click Save.
Your new alarm will be sent to your tracker the next time it syncs.
Note: If you want to sync the alarm immediately, open Fitbit Connect and select
Sync Now.
Setting up Silent Alarms on an iOS device
You can set Silent Alarms for your tracker using the Fitbit App for iOS.
Bluetooth must be enabled in your iOS device settings, as well as the Fitbit App
Devices screen.
Your mobile device must also support Wireless Sync to set Silent Alarms.
To see if your mobile device is supported, go to http://www.fitbit.com/devices.
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Open the Fitbit App.
Tap More.
Tap Silent Alarm.
Tap Add a new alarm.
Set the time by adjusting the click-wheel.
If applicable, tap the days of the week you want this alarm to repeat.
(for example, at 7:00 AM, every weekday)
7. Tap Save.
8. Sync you tracker to ensure that the alarm information is sent to it.
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Your iOS device will now sync the alarm to your tracker.
Note: If your One is out of range of a dongle, you can send the alarm to your tracker
by tapping More, then Devices, choosing One and then tapping the Force
Sync icon.
Setting up Silent Alarms on an Android device
You can set Silent Alarms on your tracker using the Fitbit App for Android. Bluetooth
must be enabled in your Android’s device settings, as well as in the Fitbit App
Devices screen.
Your mobile device must support Wireless Sync to set Silent Alarms.
To see if your device is supported, go to http://www.fitbit.com/devices.
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Open the Fitbit App.
Tap the menu button.
Tap Devices.
Choose your tracker.
Tap Silent Alarm
Tap Add a new alarm, or the bell icon in the top right corner.
Set the the time you’d like your alarm to go off at, then tap Done.
If you’d like, you can tap the Repeats checkbox and choose the days of the
week on which you want this alarm to repeat.
9. Tap Done.
10. Tap the Sync alarms with your tracker button.
Your Android device will now sync the alarm to your One.
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Note: Force Sync the alarm to your tracker by tapping the menu button, then
Devices, choosing One and tapping the Force Sync icon.
Dismissing Silent Alarms
Your One will vibrate when your Silent Alarm goes off. This notification will repeat
several times or until dismissed. You can dismiss the alarm by pressing its button.
If you miss your alarm, your One will alert you again after a few minutes.
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Your Fitbit.com Dashboard
Browser Requirements
Browser
Mac Version
Windows Version
Apple Safari
5.0.5 and higher
Not Supported
Google Chrome
12 and higher
12 and higher
Microsoft Internet Explorer
Not Supported
8 and higher
Mozilla Firefox
3.6.18 and higher
3.6.18 and higher
Using your Dashboard
Fitbit provides you with a free online tool to help track, manage, and evaluate your
fitness progress.
Understanding the Dashboard
Your Dashboard is the where you will be taken when you log into your Fitbit account.
It will show you an overview of your progress towards goals, allow you to edit your
goals, and view your historical data.
Logging Food, Activities, and Sleep
From your Dashboard, you can launch individual log pages to keep track of your
Food, Activities, Sleep, and other custom trackers.
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Device Info Preview
When you click on the gear icon in the upper right corner of your Dashboard you will
be shown information about the time of your tracker’s last sync, battery level and
upcoming alarms.
Managing your One from Fitbit.com
You can also manage your One from Fitbit.com. Click the gear icon in the top right
corner and then select Settings.
The Personal Settings screen allows you to change your Time Zone. This will impact
when your tracker data resets, because your tracker will reset at midnight based on
the time zone your tracker is set to.
The Device Settings area allows you to monitor:
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The date and time of your Last Sync.
Battery level of your device at the time of its last sync.
The Firmware version running on your device.
Your Time Zone.
Sleep Tracking sensitivity.
Whether you want your tracker to display in left-handed or right-handed
mode.
Greeting: You can choose how you would like your tracker to greet you from
this space.
You can also manage your Silent Alarms from the left sidebar of the Account
Settings area.
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Updating Fitbit One
Fitbit may release updates for your One, which will be available for free from Fitbit
Connect on your computer, or within the App on your mobile device.
New feature enhancements and product improvements are made through updates.
NOTE: Updating your One is demanding on its battery. It is recommended that you
charge your One before, during, or after performing an update.
Updating One on a computer
You can update your One using a Mac or PC using Fitbit Connect.
To update using this method:
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Make sure your Wireless Sync Dongle is plugged into your computer.
Click the Fitbit Connect icon near the time on your computer.
Select Open Main Menu, and then select Check for device update.
Log in to your account using your Fitbit.com credentials.
Press the button on your One to wake it up. Fitbit Connect will now look for
your tracker.
6. If an update has been found for your One, Fitbit Connect will display a
progress bar indicating that the update is in progress. Keep your tracker close
to your computer while it updates.
7. When Fitbit Connect shows you a confirmation screen that says, “Update
complete”, your One will have the newest updates and you can proceed as
usual.
Updating One on an iOS device
Updating your tracker will fix bugs and add new features that have been added to
the Fitbit One.
From the Fitbit app, navigate to More > Devices > One.
If a device update is available, you will see the option to update at the bottom of the
screen.
If your tracker is already up to date, “Update Fitbit One” will not be an option on
your mobile device.
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Updating One on an Android device
Updating your tracker will fix bugs and add new features that have been added to
the Fitbit One.
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From the Fitbit app, go to Menu button > Device Settings > One. If a device
update is available, you will see the option to update. If your tracker is already
up to date, “Update Fitbit One” will not be an option on your mobile device.
2. If “Update Fitbit One” is an option, bring your tracker near your mobile device
and tap “Update Fitbit One”, then “Next”.
3. Once your tracker has been located, your update will continue.
NOTE: You may need to wake up your One with a few presses of the button to make
it easier to locate.
4. When your Fitbit One is up to date, a “You’re all set!” screen will appear on
your mobile device and your tracker will restart.
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Help
Troubleshooting and assistance for your Fitbit One tracker can be found at
http://help.fitbit.com.
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Return policy and warranty
Warranty information and the Fitbit.com Store Return Policy can be found online at
http://www.fitbit.com/returns.
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Regulatory and Safety Notices
Model Name: FB103
USA: Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
Statement
This device complies with FCC part 15 FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference and
2. This device must accept any interference, including interference that may
cause undesired operation of the device.
FCC Warning
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class
B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which
the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This device meets the FCC and IC requirements for RF exposure in public or
uncontrolled environments.
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Canada: Industry Canada (IC) Statement
IC Notice to Users English/French in accordance with RSS GEN Issue 3:
This device complies with Industry Canada license exempt RSS standard(s).
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1. this device may not cause interference, and
2. this device must accept any interference, including interference that may
cause undesired operation of the device.
Cet appareil est conforme avec Industrie Canada RSS standard exempts de licence
(s). Son utilisation est soumise à Les deux conditions suivantes:
1. cet appareil ne peut pas provoquer d’interférences et
2. cet appareil doit accepter Toute interférence, y compris les interférences qui
peuvent causer un mauvais fonctionnement du dispositive
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
FCC ID
XRAFB103
IC ID
8542A-FB103
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EU (European Union):
Declaration of Conformity with Regard to the EU Directive 1999/5/EC
Fitbit Inc. is authorized to apply the CE Mark on One, Model FB103, thereby declaring
conformity to the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive
1999/5/EC.
Compliant with the standard R&TTE 99/CE/05
Conforme à la norme R&TTE 99/CE/05
Other:
N300321
Safety Statement
This equipment has been tested to comply with safety certification in accordance
with the specifications of EN Standard: EN60950-1:2006 + A12: 2011.
The complete Declaration of Conformity can be found at www.fitbit.com/one/specs
Important Safety Instructions
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Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings
Follow all instructions
Do not attempt to open the tracker. Substances contained in this product
and/or its battery may damage the environment and/or human health if
handled and disposed of improperly.
Do not tamper with your One.
Do not use abrasive cleaners to clean your One.
Do not place your One in a Dishwasher, Washing Machine or Dryer.
Do not expose your One to extremely high or low temperatures.
Do not use your One in a sauna or steam room.
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Do not leave your One in direct sunlight for an extended period of time.
Do not leave your One near open flames.
Do not dispose of your One in a fire. The battery could explode.
Do not attempt to disassemble your One, it does not contain serviceable
components.
Never allow children to play with the One; the small components may be a
choking hazard!
Built-in Battery Precautions
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Do not attempt to replace your One’s battery. It is built-in and not changeable.
Charge the battery in accordance with the instructions supplied with this
guide.
Use only the charger that shipped with your product to charge the battery.
Charge your One using a certified computer, powered hub or power supply.
Do not attempt to force open the built-in battery
For the most up-to-date Safety and Regulatory Information, please visit the product
specific section at help.fitbit.com
Disposal and Recycling Information
The symbol on the product or its packaging signifies that this product has to be
disposed separately from ordinary household wastes at its end of life. Please kindly
be aware that this is your responsibility to dispose electronic equipment at recycling
centers so as to help conserve natural resources. Each country in the European Union
should have its collection centers for electrical and electronic equipment recycling.
For information about your recycling drop off point, please contact your local related
electrical and electronic equipment waste management authority or the retailer
where you bought the product.
Le symbole sur le produit ou sur son emballage signifie que ce produit à la fin de sa
vie doit être recyclé séparément des déchets ménagers ordinaires. Notez que ceci
est votre responsabilité d'éliminer les équipements électroniques à des centres de
recyclage afin d'aider à préserver les ressources naturelles. Chaque pays de l'Union
européenne a ses centres de collecte et de recyclage pour le recyclage des
équipements électriques et électroniques. Pour plus d'informations ou trouver un
centre de recyclage, contactez votre commune ou le magasin où vous avez acheté le
produit.
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Do not dispose of the One with household waste.
Batteries are not to be disposed of in municipal waste stream and require
separate collection.
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Disposal of the packaging and your One should be done in accordance with
local regulations.
Please recycle!
For additional information on disposal and recycling, including contact details of a
distributor in your region, please visit http://help.fitbit.com
Pour plus amples renseignements sur le recyclage, y compris les coordonnees d'un
distributeur dans votre region, visitez http://help.fitbit.com
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