Galaxy Fit-e - Connect to a mobile device (SM-R375)
Connect your watch and phone using the Galaxy Wearable app and access many cool features. You can also sync your devices with the Samsung Health app--talk about a dynamic duo!
Available screens and settings may vary by provider, phone, or watch.
The Galaxy Fit-e is compatible with Samsung and Android mobile devices running Android 5.0 or above (1.5GB RAM minimum) and iPhone 5 or above running iOS 9.0 or above.
Some features on non-Samsung phones will have limited compatibility or might not be available.
To connect your Galaxy Fit-e to a mobile device, you need to install the Galaxy Wearable app on an Android device or the Samsung Galaxy Fit app on an Apple device. You can download the appropriate app from the Galaxy Store on Samsung devices, the Play Store on Android devices, and the App Store for iPhones.
The Galaxy Wearable app should already be installed on your Samsung device.
Let's get your phone acquainted with your watch; we're sure they'll be best friends. Open the Galaxy Wearable app on your phone, tap Start the Journey and then Galaxy Fit/Fit-e. Tap OK to allow the permissions. Tap TURN ON to enable Bluetooth if prompted. Then, keep tapping ALLOW for all permissions.
Once the watch is detected, tap Galaxy Fit-e, and then Connect. Follow the on-screen prompts to connect your watch to your phone.
If you’ve used the Galaxy Wearable app before, you will have to tap the Menu icon (at the top left corner), and then Connect new device.
Before connecting your Galaxy Fit-e to a new mobile device, you will need to disconnect the Fit-e from the previous phone it was connected to. Open the Galaxy Wearable app. Tap the Menu icon (at the top left corner), and then Disconnect.
On your new mobile device, launch the Galaxy Wearable app. Follow the on-screen prompts to connect the watch to your phone.
When you connect the Galaxy Fit-e to a new mobile device, the watch will be reset.
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