Flashing started all operations completed firmware updating failed

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2) Once the LEDs freeze, let go of the sensor button and the sensor will turn off.

3) Once the hard reset is complete and the sensor is off, hold the sensor button for a full 20 seconds.

5) Turn Bluetooth back on, and connect the sensor in your Bluetooth settings.

This is a simple method that anyone can use, you don’t have to be an expert to do it and only will requires to have a PC and obviously your Samsung phone or tablet device.3) Tap on the sensor in the Bluetooth list to repair it.Then re-enter the app (clear the "Bluetooth failed" notification screen if it is still present in the app).5) Once the update starts, you should see a progress bar with a % in it. At this point, the sensor should be able to finish the firmware update.If you go through the update and get a "Success" message, then the update was completed correctly!

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