Fitbit Surge Music: Control Music Using Your Tracker

Music that you are playing on your mobile device can be stopped and started again using your Fitbit Surge. Visit the official page to check if your tracker supports this feature. Here is some information you need to know about Fitbit Surge Music.

You need the AVRCP Bluetooth profile to control music using Fitbit trackers. Your Fitbit tracker cannot control music if your music streaming app doesn’t support AVRCP. Your tracker’s screen won’t show song titles if track information is not broadcasted by a compatible music streaming app. However, even the title is not appear, you’ll still be able to stop and change songs if the music app supports AVRCP. Fitbit Surge is not     is compatible with Windows mobile devices for music control but Fitbit Blaze is. If you’re playing a Windows mobile device, your tracker won’t show song titles.

Fitbit Surge Music Pairing Instruction

Fitbit Surge Music Pairing

Fitbit Surge Music Pairing

Before starting this process, keep your Surge close to your mobile device. On your tracker, set the Fitbit Surge Music control by swiping to Settings on the Menu. Choose Bluetooth Classic. Either it is On or Off on the setting, pair the setting by tapping the Select button. To set music control on your mobile device, choose Settings and then choose Bluetooth. Allow your device to be discovered and scanned for devices. You should see available devices to pair including Surge, choose it. You will see a message showing a six-digit number on your device and on your Surge. Confirm the pairing by pushing the lower right Action button on the Surge. Press Pair on your mobile device.

Fitbit Surge Music Control

Fitbit Surge Music Control

Fitbit Surge Music Control

You can pause or skip songs on your Surge by performing these steps. Launch a music app on your mobile device and start playing a song. To see information about the track playing at present, display the music control screen on your Surge by pressing the Home button twice. You may stop or jump to the next song. Your Surge may not show the song title as track information is not broadcasted by all music apps but it allows you to stop or jump to the next song.

You can go back to the previous display by pressing the Home button. Keep in mind that you need to set it up again to be able to use Fitbit Surge Music control if you erase Surge from the register of Bluetooth devices on your phone. If you cannot control the music on your Surge, you may forget your tracker from your device, restart your mobile device and then set it up again.

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