The Fitbit app for Android is supported by over 150 Android devices. For the latest list, see https://www.fitbit.com/devices. To understand how the Fitbit app uses Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) to sync your data, see How do Fitbit trackers sync with Android devices?
The following supported devices have known issues with the Fitbit app for Android.
|Motorola and Nexus devices||Android 4.3+||Using all-day sync may cause rapid battery drain in your tracker and mobile device. All-day sync is disabled by default and we recommend leaving it disabled.|
|Droid Razr M, Razr HD, and Razr Maxx HD, Samsung S3 Mini||Android 4.1.2 and 4.2.2||These devices may have instabilities with their Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) implementation. To restore BLE functionality you may need to turn Bluetooth off and on, reboot the handset, or restart your tracker.|
|Devices running Android Lollipop||Android Lollipop 5.0.0 or higher||You may be unable to use call and text notifications or sync your tracker.|
|Samsung S3 Mini VE ("Value Edition"), GT-I8200||N/A||This model uses Bluetooth 3.0, which is not compatible for syncing with a tracker. Fitbit customers with this model should sync using a computer.|
|HTC One M7 M8, M9||5.0+||You may be unable to use call and text notifications.|
If you have a Charge, you won't be able to sync after completing a firmware update. To sync your Charge, set up your Charge and update the firmware using a computer.
|Various||Any non-custom OS||Syncing options may be missing. If this is the case, in the app tap menu > Help > Fitbit app > Contact support and mention in the body of the email that you don't see syncing options on your supported device.|