Open the app on your device. If you tap "more" at the bottom right, then "select equipment", then choose connect bike, a screen will ask you to connect. Tap and a device list will appear.
Tap the "ECH" device (should be the only one listed) and your bike will beep and the light around the button will stop flashing indicating your bike is connected. Go to https://youtu.be/TwWIL4CqJJk to review these steps.
- If you are using an old version of Android, you will see Application, instead of "Apps". Also, you need to select Application manager from there.
Select Show system or Show system apps from there. Now you will see the whole system apps on there.Scroll to Bluetooth share, then click storage and then click clear data, and or clear cached whichever is high lighted.
Then open the app and attempt a connection.
If you are not seeing these options on your current device, try the steps below to clear Bluetooth Cache:
- Bluetooth location permissions
- On older devices(Android 8 and below), this needs to be set to high accuracy.
- Settings -> Location -> Mode -> High Accuracy
- On newer devices (Android 9 and above), toggling Bluetooth scanning under "Location" in settings might also resolve this issue.
- Settings -> Location ->Wi-Fi and Bluetooth scanning -> toggle Wi-Fi and Bluetooth scanning off and back on (or if already off, turn it on)
- Clear Bluetooth cache (note: This might clear any devices previously connected and will need to be reconnected)
- Settings -> Apps -> See all apps -> more (3 dots in the upper right corner) -> "Show System" -> Bluetooth -> Storage & cache -> Clear storage (for good measure)
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