Your Bluetooth Low Energy Bit is ready to connect to your device when the LED is blinking white. When the LED turns green, you are connected.
If you’re having trouble, here are a few things to check:
- Make sure your circuit is connected to power. The Bluetooth Low Energy Bit can’t connect to a device if the circuit isn’t receiving power. If the LED on the power Bit looks dim, you may want to try switching out the battery.
- Check the settings on your smart device and make sure that Bluetooth is enabled. NOTE: do not use your device's Bluetooth settings to connect - always use the connection helper in the app.
- If you’re using auto-connect, place the top left corner of your phone very close to the Bluetooth Low Energy Bit, even to the point of touching it. If this doesn’t work, try manual connect.
- If you’re using manual connect on your device, make sure you are in range of your Bluetooth Low Energy Bit. If it’s not working, try moving your device closer to the Bit.
- Check to make sure the status light is blinking white when you first power on your circuit. If it is green, another device may already be connected.
Please note, if your BLE bit is red, this means an unexpected error has occurred, and you may need some extra help. Contact the littleBits customer support team at littlebits.com/support.