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My phone keeps trying to set up a Fitbit, but I don't have one

(Topic created: 08-31-2021 06:38 AM)
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userMqtBHfZ0Pv
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My phone repeatedly is trying to setup a Fitbit inspire 2, but I don't own one.  How do I stop this?

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Go to settings, Connections and at the bottom tap More Connection Settings. Turn off nearby device scanning. Hope that helps.

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I have a fitbit here, though I use my Galaxy watch. Anyways there must be one around you somewhere that's not been setup. Unfortunately you will have to wait until it dies (if you can't find it to turn off) or just turn your Bluetooth off. I would just power off my fitbit when that happened.
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userMqtBHfZ0Pv
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I wish I could find it. It's been weeks and I know those suckers don't last that long.
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userMqtBHfZ0Pv
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This pops up about 100x a day at workScreenshot_20210831-095516_Google Play services.jpg
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Go I to settings, Bluetooth, tap 3 dots and select Advanced. There should be and option saying Block Pairing Requests and block that Fitbit.
userMqtBHfZ0Pv
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I tried that earlier, but it doesn't show on the list as trying to pair, but there are three available ones on the scan that I can't do anything with, block delete etc
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Go to settings, Connections and at the bottom tap More Connection Settings. Turn off nearby device scanning. Hope that helps.