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Misfit Vapor

Welcome, Misfit.

GENERAL SET-UP & APP

Your smartwatch is compatible with Android™ and iOS devices, specifically with Android OS 4.3 or higher, iOS 9 and above. All devices are Bluetooth® smart-enabled with an improved data transfer of 4.1 Low Energy.

iOS: Go to the App Store® and select Search from the bottom menu. Type “Wear OS by Google” in the search bar, select the Wear OS by Google™ App, and tap Get.

Wait for the app to download to your phone.

ANDROID: Go to the Google Play™ store, type Wear OS by Google in the search bar, select the Wear OS by Google™ App, and tap Install.

Wait for the app to download to your phone.

To set up your smartwatch, reference the Quick Start Guide that accompanied your smartwatch or follow these steps:

  • Plug the included charger into a USB outlet.
  • Connect your smartwatch to the charger by aligning the pins and placing it against the back of the smartwatch. Magnets in the charger will hold it in place.
  • On your phone, download and install the Wear OS by Google™ App from the App Store or Google Play store.
  • Open app on your device and follow the prompts to pair your smartwatch.

To enable advanced fitness tracking on your phone, download the Misfit app from the App Store ™ or Google Play ™ and follow the setup procedure on the app.

Make sure the smartwatch is charged before trying to power it on. Press and hold down the button for at least three seconds. The smartwatch will also power on when connected to the charger.

If display is off (watch is asleep but still powered on), follow these steps:

  • Press the button to power up display.
  • Press the button to enter app menu.
  • Scroll and tap on Settings.
  • Tap on System.
  • Swipe up and tap Power Off.
  • Tap the checkmark to confirm.

If display is on, follow these steps:

  • Press the button to enter app menu.
  • Scroll and tap on Settings.
  • Tap on System.
  • Swipe up and tap Power Off.
  • Tap the checkmark to confirm.

By resetting your watch to the factory settings, you will erase all data stored on the smartwatch. This data cannot be restored. Data includes your active notifications and cards, fitness data, any installed third party apps, and any data they have stored, system settings, and preferences. The data stored in your Google Account, however, is not affected. Resetting your watch will not factory reset your phone or tablet.

To reset to factory settings, follow these steps:

  • Press the button to power up display.
  • Press the button to enter app menu.
  • Scroll and tap on Settings.
  • Tap on System.
  • Tap on Disconnect & Reset.
  • Tap the checkmark to confirm.
  • After you reset your watch to factory settings, you need to pair your smartwatch with your phone again.

The range of the wireless Bluetooth connection between your phone and your smartwatch can vary greatly depending on the environment. In general, you should have at least 10 meters (or 30 feet) of connectivity. Your smartwatch can also use your home Wi-Fi network for connectivity in any areas covered by your home network.

- iOS: On phone, long press the Wear OS by Google™ App until the home screen icons shake and a red “X” appears. Click the red “X” on the Wear OS by Google™ App to remove it.

- ANDROID: The specific steps may vary depending on your phone manufacturer. Generally, on the phone enter the Settings menu, select Applications or Application Manager, click on Wear OS by Google™ and select Uninstall.

Here are answers to some questions you may have about Wear OS by Google™ on your new smartwatch.

Click here to learn more.

Here are some tips and tricks for using Wear OS by Google™ on your smartwatch.

Click here to learn more.

If your watch is paired with a smartphone and has Wi-Fi, your watch can automatically connect to saved Wi-Fi networks when it loses the Bluetooth connection with your phone. This lets your watch and phone to automatically stay synced at any distance over the Internet. That way, you can get notifications and use voice search on your watch throughout your home and work even when you leave your phone in a different room.

  • Press the button to power up display.
  • Press the button to enter app menu.
  • Scroll and tap on Settings.
  • Tap on Connectivity.
  • Tap on Wi-Fi.
  • Tap on Wi-Fi off, to turn it on. When on, the Wi-Fi should say Automatic.

If Wi-Fi is set to Automatic, your watch will automatically connect to any known, available network when your watch does not have a Bluetooth connection to your phone.

  • Tap on Add network.
  • Scroll to find your network, and tap.
  • Power on phone and start Wear OS by Google™ app.
  • Tap Enter on phone to complete password entry.
  • Enter password on phone.

PAIRING/SYNCING

To pair your smartwatch, follow these steps:

  • In the Wear OS by Google™ App on your phone, you’ll see a list of nearby devices.
  • You can check the name of your watch on its screen.
  • Before you start, ensure your watch is charging.
  • Select language, then scroll down to watch identity.

On your phone, touch your watch’s name.

If your phone is already paired to another watch, you won't see a pairing code.

Instead, touch Pair With A New Wearable and continue to follow the steps.

  • On your watch, you’ll see a pairing code.
  • On your phone, you should see the same pairing code shown on your watch. Then, touch Pair. You’ll see a confirmation message once your watch is paired. This can take a few minutes.
  • On your phone, follow the onscreen instructions to turn on watch notifications, location, and calendar access.

If you are pairing your watch after a factory reset, you'll need to open the Wear OS by Google™ App on your phone. Then, touch the menu icon, select Pair With New Watch, and continue with the steps above.

Note: Your watch may automatically install an update and restart after it’s paired with your phone. If it begins downloading an update, keep the phone near your watch and ensure your watch stays charging until the update is finished.

In the Wear OS by Google™ App on your phone, you’ll see a list of nearby devices.

You can check the name of your watch on its screen.

Touch your watch’s name.

You’ll see a pairing code on your phone and watch. Make sure the codes match.

If your phone is already paired to another watch, you won't see a pairing code.

Instead, touch the triangle next to a watch's name in the upper left hand corner.

Then, touch Pair With A New Wearable and continue to follow the steps.

Touch Pair on your phone. You’ll see a confirmation message once your watch is paired. This can take a few minutes, so please be patient.

On your phone, touch Enable Notifications.

Touch the checkbox next to Wear OS by Google™ to let your watch show notifications from different apps on your phone.

Note: Your watch may automatically install an update and restart after it’s paired with your phone.

Ensure that your smartwatch is powered on and Bluetooth is enabled on your phone. Launch the Wear OS by Google™ App and follow the on-screen instructions for pairing your watch. If it fails to connect, check the Bluetooth menu on your phone. If you see the smartwatch in the device list, remove it. Launch the Wear OS by Google™ App and repeat the pairing process.

If you are still having issues, click here for troubleshooting tips.

- iOS: In the Wear OS by Google™ App, tap Pair with a new wearable and follow the on-screen instructions.

- ANDROID: In the Wear OS by Google™ App, tap Pair with a new smartwatch and follow the on-screen instructions.

- iOS: You can unpair your watch by performing a Factory Reset from the Settings menu on your watch. For instructions on how to perform a factory reset, go to “HOW DO I RESET MY SMARTWATCH TO FACTORY SETTINGS?”

- ANDROID: You can unpair your watch by selecting your watch from the Settings menu in the Wear OS by Google™ App on your phone. Once you have selected your watch, tap the Unpair Watch button at the bottom of the screen.

- iOS: In the Wear OS by Google™ App, tap Pair with a new wearable and follow the on-screen instructions.

- ANDROID: In the Wear OS by Google™ App, tap Pair with a new smartwatch and follow the on-screen instructions.

- iOS: Only one watch can be paired with the app at a time.

- ANDROID: Multiple watches can be paired with the app simultaneously.

FEATURES

Here are some of the things that Wear OS by Google™ for iPhone can do for you.

GET NOTIFICATIONS

See notifications from your phone on your watch for the following:

  • Texts
  • Incoming phone calls
  • Emails
  • Calendar events
  • Apps

Your watch uses the notifications settings on your phone. If you have notifications set up, you’ll be able to read messages on your watch.

Click here to learn more about reading and replying to your Gmail.

INFO AT A GLANCE

The information you need will conveniently appear as cards on your watch from Google Now. You can scroll through the cards, see more details, and dismiss cards when you’re done.

  • Check your schedule
  • Track packages
  • Get traffic info
  • Check your flight or hotel reservations
  • Check the weather

Click here to learn more.

ASK QUESTIONS & DO EVERYDAY TASKS

You can search and do a variety of tasks on your watch using just your voice. Long press the button to launch the Google Assistant and ask questions or get things done.

  • Translate words or phrases
  • Check stocks
  • Solve math problems
  • Convert between units
  • Find a place or business

Click here to learn more.

FOLLOW YOUR FITNESS

  • Measure your progress and stay motivated with built-in fitness tracking.
  • Track a walk, run, swim, or bike ride
  • See how many steps you take each day
  • Set simple goals for steps
  • Track your heart rate

Here are some of things that Wear OS by Google™ for Android can do for you.

GET NOTIFICATIONS

See notifications from your phone on your watch for the following:

  • Incoming phone calls
  • Texts
  • Emails
  • Calendar events
  • Apps

Your watch uses the notifications settings on your phone. If you have notifications set up, you’ll be able to read and reply to messages on your watch.

Click here to learn more about reading and replying to message.

SEE INFO AT A GLANCE

The information you need will conveniently appear as cards on your watch from Google Now.

You can scroll through the cards, see more details, and dismiss cards when you’re done.

  • Check your schedule
  • Track packages
  • Get traffic info
  • Check your flight or hotel reservations
  • Check the weather

Click here to learn more.

ASK QUESTIONS AND DO EVERYDAY TASKS

You can search and do a variety of tasks on your watch using just your voice. Long press the button to launch the Google Assistant and ask questions or get things done.

  • Translate words or phrases
  • Check stocks
  • Solve math problems
  • Convert between units
  • Find a place or business

Click here to learn more.

TRAVEL

  • Get turn-by-turn navigation
  • Find a place or business
  • Find business info
  • Check your flight or hotel reservations

Click here to learn more.

FOLLOW YOUR FITNESS

  • Measure your progress and stay motivated with built-in fitness tracking.
  • Track a walk, run, swim, or bike ride
  • See how many steps you take each day
  • Set simple goals for steps
  • Track your heart rate

LISTEN TO YOUR MUSIC AND MEDIA

  • Control music
  • Listen to music on your watch without your phone
  • Listen to podcasts and music

Click here to learn more.

Your smartwatch is swimproof and carries a 5 ATM, making it equipped to handle water exposure for swim tracking. More intense water based activity, like surfing or snorkeling, are not recommended. If you expose your smartwatch to saltwater, be sure to rinse the device under clean water after to best preserve its casing.

Your smartwatch does not have a speaker, but it is equipped with a microphone. This can be used to activate Google Now, set alarms and reminders, and a variety of other watch app uses. Users can connect to Bluetooth headphones if audio is needed.

Yes, your smartwatch has alarm functionality. To set an alarm, press the watch's button to open the apps menu and select Alarm from the list of applications.

Most notifications you see on your phone will also show up on your watch. These include notifications for missed calls, texts, event reminders, and more. When you get a notification, your watch will only vibrate (i.e. it will not make any sounds).

Your watch uses the notification settings you have for each app on your phone. If your app vibrates or makes a sound for notifications on your phone, your watch will vibrate.

If your app doesn’t vibrate or make a sound for notifications, your watch won’t vibrate but you’ll still see a card on your watch.

FOR PHONES RUNNING ANDROID 6.0

Your watch will have the same Do Not Disturb settings as your phone.

You can also turn the Alarms-only Do Not Disturb setting on from your watch.

To turn on Alarms only from your watch:

  • If your screen is dim, touch the screen to wake up the watch.
  • Swipe down from the top of the screen.
  • Touch Do Not Disturb. Depending on your Do Not Disturb settings on your phone, you’ll still get important notifications.

FOR PHONES RUNNING ANDROID 5.0

  • You can easily control your priority notification and interruption settings from your watch. Changing this on your watch also changes the settings on your phone (and the other way around).
  • To change interruption settings: Swipe all the way down from the top of your watch’s screen and you’ll see options for managing your interruptions. Touch to select None, Priority, or All.

FOR PHONES RUNNING ANDROID 4.3 OR 4.4 AND IPHONES

  • If you don’t want to see notifications on your watch, you can mute your watch. When your watch is muted, it won’t vibrate for new notifications.
  • To turn mute on or off: Swipe all the way down from the top of your watch’s screen and touch Mute. When your watch is muted, you’ll see a Mute icon on your watch's screen.
  • If your entire phone is in silent mode, your watch will still vibrate since the watch uses each individual app’s settings.
  • For iPhones: If your phone is set to Do Not Disturb mode, your watch will not vibrate.

If you get notifications on your phone that you don’t want to see on your watch, you can stop specific apps from showing up on your watch.

For iPhone: Notifications for some apps are blocked by default to prevent duplicate alerts. For example, Gmail or calendar.

You can block apps right from your watch or through the Wear OS by Google™ App on your phone. To unblock an app, you’ll need to use the Wear OS by Google™ App on your phone.

BLOCK APPS FROM YOUR WATCH

  • On your watch, go to a card.
  • Swipe from right to left until you see Block app.
  • Touch Block app and then, touch the check mark to confirm.

If you don’t see the option to block an app, it may be a Google Now card. If you don’t want to see any Google Now cards, you have to turn off Google Now on your phone.

BLOCK APPS USING THE Wear OS by Google™ APP ON YOUR PHONE

  • On your phone, open the Wear OS by Google™ App.
  • Touch the Settings icon and then, touch Block app notifications.
  • Touch the Plus icon.
  • Touch the app you want to block.

If your watch is paired with an iPhone: You can customize which Google Now cards you see on your watch. On your phone, go to the Wear OS by Google™ App, touch Settings and then, touch Google Now.

Turning off Google Now cards: If you don’t want to see any Google Now cards, you have to turn off Google Now on your phone.

When you listen to music on your phone, you’ll always see the music card with options to pause and play. You can’t turn this card off.

If you want to unblock specific notifications, follow these steps.

UNBLOCK APPS

  • On your phone, open the Wear OS by Google™ App.
  • Touch the Settings icon and then, touch Block app notifications.
  • On an Android device: Find the app you’d like to unblock, and touch the “X” next to its name. On an iPhone: Touch Edit. Then, find the app you’d like to unblock and touch Unblock next to its name.

You can use theater mode to turn your screen off and on.

TO TURN OFF YOUR SCREEN TEMPORARILY

  • From the watch face, swipe down from the top of the screen.
  • Select the watch icon.

TO TURN YOUR SCREEN BACK ON (AND TURN OFF THEATER MODE)

Just press the button.

Android and iPhone users can download 3rd party microapps by visiting Google Play.

TO VISIT GOOGLE PLAY

Tap the power button to enter the app menu.

Scroll down and select Google Play. A Wi-Fi connection is necessary for iPhone users.

HOW DO I USE MISFIT ACTIVITY TRACKING?

To enable advanced fitness tracking on your phone, download the Misfit app from the App Store ™ or Google Play ™ and follow the setup procedure on the app:

  • To enable basic fitness tracking on your smartwatch, press the button, then scroll and select Misfit Activity. Sign up/ log into your Misfit account on the device.
  • Select the type of workout you want to track by tapping the exercise listed at the top of your smartwatch screen. Select how you want to track the workout (time, distance, or no goal) by swiping to the left on the main Activity screen.
  • Tap START to begin your chosen workout
  • Edit your units or sign out of your Misfit account by swiping all the way to the left to access the Settings screen.
  • To see an overview of all your workout stats, press the button on your smartwatch, then scroll and select Misfit Activity Review.
  • To take a manual heart rate measurement, press the button on your smartwatch, then scroll and select Pulse.

Once you have begun your activity you can:

  • Take a heart rate measurement by tapping the heart icon on the bottom of the screen.
  • Control music by using the virtual touch bezel to scroll down to view the controls.
  • View map with route if connected to your phone by using the virtual touch bezel to scroll up.

Misfit Activity is a watch app specifically geared towards tracking. You can use this to track your runs, rides, swims and more.

Misfit Activity Review is a watch app that collects and stores the data tracked by Misfit Activity. You can use this to view your exercise log and overall progress.

To use connected GPS for a run or bike ride, you must first make sure your smartwatch is connected to the Wear OS by Google™ AND Misfit companion app. On your smartwatch, allow Misfit Activity to track your location. Start your exercise on the smartwatch in the Misfit Activity watch app. When the tethered GPS is active, a location pin icon will show on the main watch face. To view your progress on a map, go to the Misfit Activity app and scroll up.

Misfit Vapor has sensors on the outside of the screen that allow you to navigate the watch without touching and hiding your screen.

To use, place finger on the outside rim of the watch face and swipe up and down around the edge when in the app menu or in one of the Misfit proprietary apps to scroll.

Yes, your smartwatch has a PPG heart rate monitor.

When you use the Misfit Activity app to track exercise, your heart rate is automatically monitored throughout the tracking duration. The heart rate stats for each exercise are available in Misfit Activity Review. You can also manually take a heart rate reading by pressing the button and selecting Pulse from the watch app menu.

No, this device does not support untethered GPS. The watch can retrieve GPS info from your phone if you are connected to your phone through the duration of activity tracking.

You can change the design of your watch face by swiping left or right from the watch face screen or touching and holding the background of your watch’s screen or in the app.

Follow these steps:

  • If your screen is dim, touch the screen to wake up the watch.
  • Swipe right or left and you’ll see a list of watch faces to choose from.
  • Touching and holding the background of a watch face will quick launch the customization settings for that face.
  • Touch the settings gear below the watch face to choose a new design.
  • Tip: Some watch faces can be customized. If your watch face can be customized, you’ll see a gear below the watch face. Touch the gear in the top right navigation to see the options.

Press and hold the watch face until the watch customization screen appears. Scroll through watch face's settings until you reach the bottom and see the brand logo. Click Save Look to save the watch design.

Sleep tracking is only available via third-party sleep tracking apps. Access and download third-party sleep tracking apps by visiting Google Play.

Yes, your smartwatch has interchangeable straps.

If you have leather straps, limit exposure to water. Make sure to wear your device snug to your wrist, but not too tight. If you have a device that has a heart rate sensor, you may want to wear the device more snugly when the sensor is in use, and then loosen the device for all other uses as prolonged rubbing and pressure can irritate the skin. You may be more likely to experience irritation from any wearable device if you have allergies or other sensitivities. Please take special care to keep your device clean as the combination of sweat and dirt may also cause skin irritation.

Swipe down from the top of the screen and tap Settings.

Scroll down and tap Connectivity.

Tap Wi-Fi and then Add network.

If a password is required, tap “Enter on phone” on your watch screen. When prompted, enter the password on your phone.

Note: Your watch can't connect to Wi-Fi networks that take you to a page before you can connect (for example, Wi-Fi networks at places like hotels or coffee shops).

From the watch face, swipe down from the top of the screen. Tap the gear icon to access settings. Scroll and tap Connectivity to access Bluetooth settings. Once in Bluetooth menu, follow the headphone instructions to broadcast the bluetooth signal and select the headphones you want to pair with from the list.

Download your favorite music app available on the Google Play store and save playlists while connected to WiFi. Once saved to your watch, you can listen directly with your Bluetooth headphones to run phone-free.*

  • Make sure watch is connected to WiFi in Connectivity in your smartwatch Settings
  • Push button to view watch app menu and select Play Store
  • Follow prompts and set up account if needed
  • Once login is complete, search to find and download your favorite music app (we suggest Google Play or Pandora)
  • Once app is downloaded it will now be available to open from the menu on your watch
  • Follow your chosen music app’s instructions to download playlist directly to the smartwatch
  • Note that you must have Bluetooth headphones connected to your smartwatch in order to hear audio (See HOW DO I USE BLUETOOTH HEADPHONES WITH MY SMARTWATCH?)

*Ensure the app and service level you decide to use allows for downloading playlists on your smartwatch to use the offline music storage feature. Most music services require a premium account in order to download playlists directly to the smartwatch.

BATTERY

Your battery will last up to 24 hours, depending on usage.

Please use the wireless charger that was included in the smartwatch packaging. Place your smartwatch directly on the wireless charger and a lightning bolt will appear on the watch face to denote that it is charging.

A lightning bolt will be visible on the watch screen. Additionally, a circle indicator will appear on the screen show the percentage of charge.

If the charging indicator (lightning bolt) is not visible, the charger does not detect the watch.

Try the following tips:

  • Reseat the watch on the charger.
  • Verify watch is seated snugly on charger with no gap.
  • Verify nothing is between charger and device, i.e. no dust, tape, etc.
  • Make sure the charger is getting power. Verify the charge’s USB cable works with other devices.
  • Try changing the charger’s power source, i.e. move to wall outlet from laptop.
  • Device may be defective.
  • Try replacing if watch is under warranty.
  • For more information on warranty, go to “WHAT IS THE WARRANTY ON MY SMARTWATCH?”

Sometimes if the device gets too hot while charging, it will go into a thermal shutdown mode until it cools off and then, will continue charging once it is safe again. Try removing the device from the charger, wait for it to cool down, and place it on the charger again.

To maximize the battery life of your watch, try the following tips:

TRY CHANGING TO A DIFFERENT WATCH FACE

Some watch faces, especially those with animations or interactive abilities and brighter colors, use up more battery life than others.

ADJUST SCREEN BRIGHTNESS

The brighter your watch screen, the more battery your watch will use.

Turn down your watch screen brightness to save more battery power.

TURN OFF NOTIFICATIONS YOU DON'T WANT

Turning off notifications can save your battery.

See “HOW DO I BLOCK NOTIFICATIONS?“ to learn how to block notifications.

TURN ON THEATER MODE

Turn off the display and notifications by turning Theater mode on temporarily.

See “HOW DO I USE THEATER MODE?“ to learn how to turn on theater mode.

UNINSTALL APPS

If you recently installed an app and notice that your battery is draining faster than normal, try uninstalling that app. To uninstall an app on your watch, you need to uninstall the app from the phone your watch is paired with.

LIMIT WI-FI USE

If your watch is Wi-Fi enabled, you can save battery life by adjusting the amount of time your watch can use Wi-Fi.

TURN OFF ALWAYS ON FEATURE

Turn off the always on screen feature to save battery life. You can set the display to show the time or turn off completely when you're not using the watch. If set to turn off, the screen will turn on when you turn your wrist or touch the screen.

Here's how to change the setting from your phone:

  • On your phone, open the Wear OS by Google™ app.
  • Touch Settings.
  • Find Always-on screen and use the switch to turn on or off.

From your watch:

  • If your screen is dim, touch the screen to wake up the watch.
  • Swipe down from the top of the screen.
  • Swipe from right to left until you see Settings and then, touch it.
  • Touch Always-on screen to turn on or off.

ACCOUNT & DEVICE SETTINGS

Open the Wear OS by Google™ App. Click the gear symbol in the top right navigation to view all account and device settings.

Your name is based on your Google account settings. Change your name within your Google account.

Your password is based on your Google account settings. Change your password within your Google account.

Your email message settings are based on your Google account settings. Change opt-out settings within your Google account.

The language of the app is determined by the language set on your phone. Change the language settings on your smartphone to affect language on your smartwatch.

To regain access to your smartwatch, you will need to prompt a Factory Reset.

Follow these steps:

  • Enter an invalid passcode 3 times in a row. Wait 15 seconds.
  • Enter an invalid passcode again, another 3 times in a row. Wait 15 seconds.
  • Enter an invalid passcode for the last time, another 3 times in a row. Wait 15 seconds.
  • The watch will produce a pop-up card prompting a Factory Reset. Tap on the check mark, or Done, button.
  • Once Factory Reset is complete, you will need to re-pair your smartwatch to your phone.
  • Remove the device name from Bluetooth cache before pairing in app.

PRIVACY

To learn more about how your data is being used, follow these steps:

  • Open the Wear OS by Google™ App on your phone.
  • Click the gear at top right navigation.
  • Scroll to the bottom of Settings menu.
  • Click About and then, tap Privacy Policy.

WARRANTY

Your smartwatch has a 2-year limited warranty. To access full warranty details,click here.