Hello COCKERFAN55 to the team! If you are trying to sync your fitbit directly to your android device, the fitbit app is not capable of this. You can only view what you have synced to your computer. The fitbit One does sync with the iphone however. (Grrr) The new device that is coming out soon, the fitbit flex, is supposed to be able to sync with some of the new android devices. So far it looks like it just syncs with a few Samsung devices.
Edited by: CHERISEWS at: 1/9/2013 (17:07)
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Welcome. depending on which model you have it should sync itself to your laptop
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Hi, I just got my new Fitbit last night and am ready to start tracking my activity on SparkPeople. I downloaded the Android app to my phone, but am still learning how to sync the data other than when I am home near my laptop with the dongle.
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