Wearables like the Fitbit Charge 5 fitness tracker regularly sync their recordings to the phone so that data can be viewed and evaluated in an app. After updating the Galaxy Z Flip 3, Galaxy S22, Galaxy Z Fold 4, and other Samsung models to Android 13, the process no longer works as usual.
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It is not clear why the error appears. The problem may be related to the software provided by Samsung. to me Sammobile (Through 9to5google) An update for the Galaxy Z Flip 3 fixed the bug for some users.
Users must use another device
Fitbit has reportedly identified the cause of the problem and is currently working on a patch. A fix for the bug will then be rolled out in early 2023. Until release, the manufacturer recommends using another device that the Charge 5 can sync with. If you don’t have another smartphone, you can borrow one. Of course, not every user has the option to use a different phone. The only option left for affected Fitbit owners is to wait for the update.
The sync error isn’t the only problem brought about by the Android 13 update. Samsung users with YouTube Premium who want to use picture-in-picture mode and then play music in the background Also in the tube.
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