Plug in your Bracelet to ensure it has some power.
Download the Slightly Robot Android app and open it on your phone. (If you can't find this app in the app store your phone might not be` compatible. Please email us if this is the case.)
In the menu, select Bracelet 1, press Connect, and choose a bracelet by serial number, then wait a few seconds. You will know the bracelet is connected when the graph starts to display dots and lines. If you have two bracelets and don’t know which bracelet is which, turn one bracelet upside down. If this is the connected bracelet, the graph will change.
Put on your bracelet. Put your hand into the most problematic position. Hold still and press Calibrate. Your bracelet will now vibrate whenever your hand returns to this position.
Repeat steps 3 - 4 with Bracelet 2 if you have a second bracelet.
Now you can experiment with the settings in the Settings menu to your preferences.
The bracelet only works while paired with a phone, so you must keep it within range of the phone in order to function. The Slightly Robot app must be running on your phone so if you turn your phone off and on again you'll have to reopen the app.
You should charge the bracelet overnight each night.
The bracelet vibrates whenever you leave your hand in a certain orientation for too long. You can adjust how long this is with the "Trigger time" value in settings.
Once the bracelet vibrates you should move your hand from the calibrated position. If you don't, the bracelet will vibrate again. This indicates that it is recording an event of pulling, picking, etc.
If the bracelet just vibrated and you need your hand to be in the position (you're eating, fixing your hair, etc.), enable Shake Sleep in the settings, then rotate your hand like you're turning a doorknob severaltimes. This will make the app sleep and stop vibrating for a while. If the bracelet hasn't vibrated but you want to put it to sleep you can press "Sleep" in the home screen of the app. You can control how long the app sleeps for by changing "Sleep time" in the settings.
Double-check that the bracelet is plugged-in and has been charging for at least 5 minutes. It can't run without electricity.
Check that you're running the newest version of the app and that your phone's operating system is updated.
Turn your phone's Bluetooth off and on again.
Download the MetaWear Android app and update the firmware. This does two things. Firstly it updates the firmware in case we forgot to before sending your bracelet. Secondly it performs a factory reset, even if you're already running the newest firmware. Please be careful that you have a reliable Wi-Fi connection so that the firmware update isn't interrupted. To avoid problems, do not connect to your bracelet with the MetaWear app and Slightly Robot app simultaneously.
Turn your phone's Bluetooth off and on again, after updating your firmware.
The bracelet can only connect to one phone at a time, so if you're testing the bracelet on multiple phones, turn off phones you are not using while you try to establish a connection. An ongoing, often invisible, connection to one phone will prevent the bracelet from showing up on a new phone.
If none of this fixes your problem or you've spent more than 20 minutes trying to get this to work please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.