Mi Band 2 Xiaomi is an incredibly easy to use and working device. Setting up the machine takes less than 2 minutes. Learn how to set up and use the Xiaomi Mi Band 2 Health Bracelet here. However, some users are having difficulty connecting and not responding to the Mi Fit application. Regarding this issue, here's a solution to this problem.
Reset Mi Band 2.
- Try to try another device if it does not sync afterwards. Make sure you use the official Mi Fit app downloaded from the Google Play Store. Avoid using side software unless the official app is available, such as Windows phones that do not have an official app. If your device does not suddenly work, the following steps may help.
- It will pair Mi Band 2 from the Mi Fit application and remove the device from the Bluetooth settings of the phone by selecting "Forget Device". Delete any cache file or data stored in the Mi Fit application by going to Settings> Apps> Uninstall the App and reinstalling it from the Google Play Store.
Note that before completing the steps above, make sure your device is not set up elsewhere with a different Mi account. Watch the screenshot below:
- Stop the "Bluetooth Share process" section by going to Settings> Applications> Under the running programs, delete the data stored in the process. Go to your bluetooth settings and select "Hangout" and click on "Forget Device". Re-open the Mi Fit application and get older from the beginning.
This can mean that the device is set up elsewhere, and you must first unpair it from the device. Also, follow the basic steps. For example, make sure that Bluetooth is turned on or get older with another device using the same MI account.