Ok, so this may appear to be a strange question, but can someone with a *working* Pokit please talk me through the steps taken from un-boxing to connecting to an iOS device?
My device appears to be dead on arrival. I see from other forum posts that I am not alone.
My understanding is this - you un-box Pokit and remove the battery, then remove the insulator disc, and then replace the battery. It should then power up and be identifiable. I understand that you should only pair with it via. the App and not via. the Bluetooth devices manager.
The App will not see it. The Bluetooth devices manager will not see it. There is no LED on the Pokit illuminating, although I am led to believe there is an LED located somewhere on a working device. I have checked the fuse with a functioning multi-meter, and the CR2032 battery voltage is 3.1V.
Is there a step I am missing? I cannot get any meaningful support from Pokit and am currently stuck with a defective product.
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