Press and hold the top-left button on Echo to turn it on. The device will show a startup screen followed by a getting started screen containing a QR code and URL.
Your smartphone must support Bluetooth Smart in order for it to communicate with Echo. Here is the list of known compatible smartphones.
Apple: iPhone 4s/5, iPod Touch (5th gen), iPad Mini, iPad (3rd/4th gen)
Echo uses Bluetooth Smart to communicate with your smartphone, so you must turn on Bluetooth.
For instructions, visit the tutorial link below for turning on Bluetooth. Echo does NOT pair and connect with your smartphone's operating system, so do NOT attempt to pair your smartphone to Echo after turning on Bluetooth as you would a Bluetooth wireless headset or speaker. The same applies for other Bluetooth Smart sensors such as Heart Rate and Speed/Cadence sensors.
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Echo pairs and connects with compatible applications on your smartphone, so you must install and open a compatible application.
For instructions, visit the tutorial link below for installing and opening a mobile application. Here is the list of applications supporting Echo at launch.
Click here for Instructions to Installing & Opening apps in iOS
The method for having the application search for Echo differs by application. For instructions, refer to the manufacturer's website or tutorials listed below.
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Press the bottom-right button on Echo to have Echo search for a compatible application.
When Echo detects that an application is attempting to pair with it, it will display a pairing screen with the option to confirm (tick) or cancel (cross) the pair request.
After Echo pairs with the mobile application, it will subsequently show a syncing screen while the application downloads settings to Echo.
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