If paired and connected correctly, Mi Smart Band will help you view all fitness details on your smartphone. Xiaomi’s Mi Smart Band offers compatibility for both Android and iOS devices. The Mi Band versions – Mi Smart Band 4, Mi Smart Band 5 and Mi Smart Band 6 – also feature AMOLED touchscreens for easy access to your health and fitness results. You only need to wear the Mi Band on your wrist all the time and turn on the Bluetooth function of your phone to receive real-time data continuously. When paired with your phone, the Mi Band also allows you to receive message alerts and incoming call notifications. You can also control some functions of your smartphone, including music playback, directly from the Mi Smart Band.

In this article, we will detail the steps you need to follow to connect your Mi Smart Band to your phone. The fitness tracker can be connected to your Android smartphone or iPhone using the Mi Fit app.

How to connect Mi Band with mobile phone

Before starting the steps to connect your Mi Smart Band to your phone, it’s important to note that you need to have Bluetooth enabled on your phone to exchange data with your Mi Smart Band wirelessly.

  1. Log in to your existing Mi Fit account.Alternatively, you can click the create an account now button on the application.

  2. Once done, you’ll see a screen on the Mi Fit app asking you to choose which device to pair with.tap band There. You need to pair the Mi Band close to the phone.

  3. The Mi Fit app will now ask you to confirm the pairing request on your Mi SmartBand.

  4. Tap the tick icon on the Mi Smart Band to confirm pairing.

After Mi Smart Band is connected to your phone, you need to allow notification access in phone settings to receive real-time alerts on your wrist. You can also go to the settings menu of the Xiaomi Sports app to enable or disable functions such as incoming call notifications and idle reminders.

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