Thank you for buying a smartwatch from Sally Hester! This page walks you through the setup and configuration of your watch, and some of the FAQ that you might come across. Please follow along each step below to allow you to get maximum enjoyment out of your new watch.
This setup guide is designed to be provide you an easy to understand overview of how to get your device up and running. Click or tap on each step below to expand a details section with more specific instructions. This guide is currently based on using an Android device, but iOS devices are very similar.
When you receive your watch, it will not arrive fully charged. Before using it for the first time, you should charge it for 4-6 hours. This will also activate (turn on) your watch. Charging your device is actually quite simple.
Simply lift your smartwatch out of the box, and underneath you will find a black charging cradle. This cradle will attach over the face of your watch when charging. It will look like figure 1 below.
As seen in the photo above, there is a small tab opposite the cord, there is some text that says push. Just under that, there is a tab, push the tab in and lift the lid of the top half of the charging cradle. (Figure 2).
Next, turn your smartwatch over, and look at the back of it, you will notice 2 small copper contact points on the back of the watch. Line these up with the 2 small copper pins on the back of the watch. (Figure 2).
Flip the watch over into the cradle so that the contact points on the watch are touching the contact pins in the cradle. Close the top lid of the cradle until it clicks shut, to keep the watch in place (Figure 3).
Now, plug the USB cord into either a USB port or a USB charger plug. After a few seconds, you will see a battery charging indicator on the display. The watch will vibrate, as well, to let you know it's charging (depending on model) as you plug the USB charging cable in.
Done with this step? Great, click or tap "Step 2 - Install the WearHealth App" below to continue to the next step.
In order to make full use of your new Sally Hester SmartWatch, you will need to download and install the WearHealth application from one of the links below. Once you click your link below, you will need to tap Install or Get and enter any passwords as appropriate for your device. If you're reading this on your computer, you can simply navigate the following url into your phone web browser to gain easy access to these links: https://sallyhester.com/pages/download. Alternatively, you can search the App Store on your phone for "WearHealth".
Done with this step? Great, tap or click "Step 3 - Creating a WearHealth Account" below to continue to the next step.
After you've installed the WearHealth application, you will need to open it. If you've not installed it before, you will be prompted to create an account. Tap Create Account. (Figure 4)
Tap the field that says Email, and fill in your email. Follow this by taking the same action on the two password screens, being careful to enter the same password both times. Tap Register. (Figure 5)
The next screen shown asks for some personal details and biometric information. This information is used to estimate caloric burn based upon your activity level. Before entering anything, if you prefer to enter your information in Imperial (pounds and inches), Tap on the button that says "Imperial"; likewise, if you prefer metric, tap on the metric button. Enter the rest of your details by clicking on the individual item, and typing or selecting the corresponding option. When done, tap the Complete button. (Figure 6). Instead of tapping directly on the Name, you may need to tap in the blank space to the right of the name.
Please be aware that the application will ask for several permissions throughout this and a couple of the following steps. When it asks for a permission, you will need to allow the permission for the application to function properly. For example, it needs access to make and manage phone calls so that it will know when someone is calling, it needs access to contacts, so it can display this info on your watch, same goes for messages.
Done with this step? Great, tap or click "Step 4 - Connecting to Your Smartwatch" below to continue to the next step.
This section covers connecting your device to your smartwatch so that you can configure it, and see your activities in the WearHealth application. Before beginning, you will want to make sure your smartwatch is charged, and turned on. To test this, remove your smartwatch from the charging cradle, and tilt the watch back and forth, this should wake up the watch. If it doesn't, you can press and hold the lower part of the screen (which by default is on the opposite end of the device from the charging contacts).
Now that your watch is turned on, open the WearHealth application on your phone or tablet, and tap Mine in the lower right corner (Figure 7).
This will bring you to a setup screen where you can edit your profile and device settings. On this screen, tap Connect a device, located at the top of the screen (Figure 7).
Depending on your device, you may get permission prompts to turn on BlueTooth and Allow location access. Please allow the app to do both. Note that if you already have BlueTooth turned on, you will not be prompted to allow the app to turn it on (Figure 8)
Once you've allowed the necessary permissions, the application will begin searching for nearby BlueTooth devices to connect to. It will generate a list of all BlueTooth devices nearby that can be paired with. Usually, there will be just one device found. The Danielle smartwatch generally starts with "H8_". However, this may vary if you have a different model. Tap on the found device to connect to it. (Figure 9)
Congratulations, your watch is now connected to your phone! Now, let's continue on to the next step by configuring it allow you get the best possible experience. Click Step 5 - Configuring your Smartwatch (common settings) below.
This section focuses on configuring some of the most features of your smartwatch to help ensure you get the maximum enjoyment out of your Sally Hester smartwatch. It leads off from where you were at the end of step 4. If you don't currently have the "Mine" screen open, do so now by opening the WearHealth application on your connected device, and clicking mine in the lower right corner.
From this screen, you can adjust your target steps and sleep target. You can also tap your name at the top of the screen, and adjust the profile that you created when you set up your account. The main other interesting feature on this page is the "Find device" feature. When tapped this feature will make your connected smartwatch vibrate to help you find it. This can be very helpful if your watch fell off the nightstand. We are not going to edit any of these settings, as the defaults work well for most people, but feel free to change them if you'd like.
Tap Device Management from the Mine screen to edit the device specific settings that are most frequently changed. (Figure 10)
If this is your first time opening the Device Management tab, you will likely be prompted allow the WearHealth app to view notifications. If you want to receive your phone notifications on your smartwatch, you will need to enable this functionality. Click Confirm (Figure 11).
After you tap confirm, you will be taken to an Android menu that shows a list of all applications that have Notification access on your device. Scroll down on the list by swiping up until you get to WearHealth. Enable the WearHealth access by tapping the toggle button to the right of the application. You will see a warning that informs you that you are enabling the application to read your notifications, tap Allow. The toggle next to the WearHealth app should turn blue (Figure 12).
You may now need to restart the WearHealth to return to the Device Management screen. Go ahead and do so, then tap Mine followed by Device Management to get back in to the same screen again. The list below covers the various options in the Device Management screen. To enable an option, just click the toggle button next to it. To disable, the same action is performed. When the toggle is blue, it is enabled.
Now that you're done adjusting your settings to your liking, let's go ahead and put it on, and adjust the band length to fit. Click or tap Step 6 - Wearing and Sizing Your Smartwatch Band below to continue.
Your smartwatch should be worn like any other watch. If you would like to use the watch to monitor your heart rate, the back of the watch will need to be in contact with your skin. To open the latch, press in on the sides of the two metal tabs on the back of the band, and lift the links away from the coupler (Figure 13).
If you find that your band is too long, you may need to remove some links from the band. Alternatively, if it is too short, you can buy an additional band, and take some links from that band to make it longer. Please see Figure 14 below for specific instructions on how to remove links from the band. Alternatively, any jeweler or most mall kiosks that sell watches will also be able to perform this task for a small fee.
Now that you're done adjusting your band to length, Click or tap Step 7 - Using your Smartwatch below to continue.
Using your watch is fairly straight forward once you get the hang of it. After putting the watch on, you might notice that the display does not stay on at all times. It has a sensor built within that will automatically wake up the display when it detects that you've rotated your wrist to look at it. This helps greatly extend battery life.
The watch does not have conventional buttons, instead there is a touch-sensitive area on your watch. It is located at the bottom of the screen area. There are two types of touch interactions that you can make by using this area. A long press, or a short press. Long presses are meant to activate a menu option, where short presses are used to toggle through the menus.
First, let's start by setting your default watch face. As seen in the image below, there are 3 different watch face displays available. To change between these faces, you will need to do a long press. Rotate your wrist towards you to wake up the display, now press and hold on the bottom of the screen until the watch face changes. Repeat this process until you arrive at the watch face that you would like.
Now that you've set your watch face, fill free to explore the other menu items and options. To do this, just tap the touch area, and it will toggle through the various menus. The list below gives you a general overview of the various menus functions.
This watch is not a medical device, and should not be used as a substitute for an actual blood pressure monitor. To calculate your blood pressure, it uses averages across many users. Unfortunately, nobody is truly average, and as a result, the actual value shown can be off for some users. To ensure that it does get the most accurate blood pressure readings possible, you will need to calibrate the blood pressure monitor to a known device.
Open the WearHealth application. On the Today screen, tap "Measurement".
Next, tap "Precise value calibration". This will display a prompt that will allow you to enter your exact blood pressure, as measured by a medical device. Take your blood pressure now with the medical device, and enter the values in this prompt. When complete, press confirm.
You will now be taken to the calibration screen, ensure that your watch is properly installed where you want to wear it. When you're ready, tap start measuring. At this point, the watch will take a blood pressure reading from the watch, and calibrate that reading to match the reading you took with the medical device. This process takes about 30 seconds, and when complete it will briefly display a small popup that indicates that your watch has been calibrated.
That's it! Your watch is now calibrated to your blood pressure.
Enjoy your new smartwatch!
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