Your Activity Tracker responds to several different finger motions.

  • Double tap the side of the Advanced Activity Tracker to turn on the screen. (Some people have even had success snapping their fingers twice; give it a try!)
  • Tap the screen to select.

  • Swipe the screen to scroll through different screens. You can swipe in both directions.


You'll notice several different screens on your Activity Tracker as you scroll from left to right:

  • When the Premium Activity Tracker is turned on, a time/date screen will appear.
  • To the right of the time/date screen you will see your activity stat screens for steps, miles, calories and active minutes.
  • To the left of the time/date screen or to the right of the active minutes screen you will see the Apps screen  . This allows you to access the various apps on your Activity Tracker. (Hint: to access the Apps screen instantly, simply turn on the Activity Tracker and tap and hold for roughly a second on any screen displayed) 
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    Now, what do all these symbols mean in the Apps screen - let's walk through each one!

     -  displays the various options to journal. More info on journaling here.
     - allows you to turn on and off sleep tracking.
     - displays recent notifications received on the device.
     - takes you back to the time/date screen. 
     - accesses the settings screens of the device and provides all sorts of useful functionality like EasyOn wrist rotation

    ,  flip screen restart (turns device off and back on) , and factory reset (wipes device of all data and requires re-pairing) This section of the device is mostly used for troubleshooting issues, so there's no need to get too acquainted with this.