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In order to pair Flyer to a new device, put the headphones in pairing mode. If you haven't paired Flyer to a device before, the headphones are automatically in pairing mode when turned on, and you can skip to step 2.
To pair Flyer to a new device:
Press and hold the Power button for 4 seconds when turning on Flyer, and wait until the LED pulses blue. If you release the Power button before Flyer is in pairing mode, Flyer turns on, but won't pair to your device. If Flyer doesn't enter pairing mode, turn it off by holding the power button for 1 second, and try this step again.
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.
In the future, Flyer automatically attempts to connect to this device if it's nearby the headphones when you turn them on. If you have trouble connecting your headphones to a device, see Why isn't Flyer connecting to my device?
To see these steps in action, watch the following video (English only).
How do I pair Flyer to my Fitbit watch?
Pair Flyer to Fitbit Ionic or Fitbit Versa to listen to music stored on your watch. To pair Flyer to your watch:
Press and hold the Power button for 4 seconds when turning on Flyer, and wait until the LED pulses blue. If you release the Power button before Flyer is in pairing mode, Flyer turns on, but won't pair with your watch. If Flyer doesn't enter pairing mode, turn it off by holding the power button for 1 second, and try this step again.
On your watch, open the Settings app.
Tap + Audio Device.
When your watch finds Flyer, tap Flyer on the screen to pair the headphones to your watch. When pairing is complete, a green checkmark appears on your watch's screen and an audio notification plays through Flyer.
In the future, Flyer automatically attempts to connect to your watch if it's nearby the headphones when you turn them on. To allow the two devices to connect, turn on your watch's screen to wake it up.
How many devices can I connect to Flyer?
When you pair Flyer to a new device, it is stored in Flyer's memory. When you turn on Flyer, the headphones automatically look for the device and attempt to connect to it. Flyer can store up to 8 devices in its memory. If Flyer already has 8 devices in its memory and you pair a new device, Flyer forgets the first device you paired.
You can connect 2 devices to Flyer at the same time. Listen to audio or receive phone calls from either connected device. When you turn on Flyer, an audio notification informs you how many devices are currently connected.
To switch between two connected devices:
Pause the audio or end the call on your first device.
Play the audio or answer the call on your second device.
To manually switch between two connected devices:
Open the Bluetooth menu on the device you want to use.
Select Flyer from the list of connected devices.
What types of devices can I use with Flyer?
Flyer can connect to Bluetooth-enabled devices that play audio or receive calls, such as phones, smartwatches, tablets, and some computers.