Xiaomi has released Mi Band 2 with better, easier, and more accurate abilities to track and to monitor your health. We are utterly convinced that Xiaomi will keep releasing newer version of this fitness tracking device. It is a popular wearable device not only among MIUI Fans but also all wearable addicts. This device can sync perfectly with any Android phone with Mi Fit installed on it. However, for some Mi Band users they might previously use another wearable fitness tracking device and synced it with Google Fit app. Switching from Google Fit to Mi Fit means you will use new app and start everything from beginning.
Luckily, there is a way for you to sync Mi Fit with Google Fit. Therefore, new fitness statistic data gathered using Mi Fit can easily be added to your stats in Google Fit. The steps below, as explained by Guru.hangala, will show you how to sync fitness data on Mi Fit with Google Fit.
Also read : Download Mi Fit Custom App English Version.
Setup Mi Fit to Google Fit Syncing
Step 1 – Download Mi Fit app from Play Store and install it on your phone.
Step 2 – Download Google Fit app from Play Store and install it (if you haven’t done so).
Step 3 – Now launch the Mi Fit app and make sure it has been connected and synced with your Mi Band, Mi Band 2, or Mi Pulse.
Step 4 – Now launch up Google Fit app and complete some basic configurations.
Step 5 – Go back to Mi Fit and go through these sequence: Menu >> Accounts >> Sync with Google Fit >> and Click the Sync with Google Fit button.
Step 6 – Now you have to choose your Google Account and grant it access permission.
Step 7 – Open up Google Fit app again. Go to Settings >> Scroll down the page a bit >> Apps Connected >> now just make sure that Mi Fit is shown there.
Step 8 – Finally, you may go back to the main page of Google Fit and drag the page down to start syncing your fitness data in Mi Fit to Google Fit.
Enjoy being always fit with Mi Fit and Google Fit.