How to Connect Fitbit Versa 2 to Wifi

Introduction

Connecting your Fitbit Versa 2 to wifi will help you more quickly download apps, playlists, and operating system updates on your device. The process to connect your Fitbit Versa 2 to a wifi network only takes a few minutes.

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Steps to Connect Fitbit Versa 2 to Wifi

  1. Launch the Fitbit app on your iPhone, iPad or Android device. You’ll land on the Fitbit Today screen.
  2. Tap your profile picture in the upper left corner of the screen. The Account screen is displayed.
  3. Tap your Fitbit Versa 2 in the list of connected devices. The information screen for your Fitbit Versa 2 appears.
  4. Scroll down the information screen for your Fitbit Versa 2 until you see Wi-Fi Settings, and then tap “Wi-Fi Settings.” The It’s Wi-Fi Time screen appears.

  1. Tap “Next” at the bottom of the screen. The Wi-Fi Setup screen appears, displaying a list of available wifi networks.

  1. Tap the name of the wifi network you want to connect your Fitbit Versa 2 to. The Password screen appears, prompting you to enter the password for the wifi network you selected.
  2. Enter the password for the wifi network in the Password field, and then tap “Connect.”

A Connecting message will appear briefly, and then you’ll be routed back to the Wi-Fi Setup screen, where you’ll see a check mark to the left of the wifi network you connected to your Fitbit Versa 2. This indicates that you’ve successfully paired your Fitbit Versa 2 to wifi.

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