Redmi Smart Band Pro is a premium fitness band from Xiaomi with an AMOLED display, over 110 sports modes, and health tracking features like heart rate, blood oxygen, stress monitoring, and more. You can connect and pair it with the Xiaomi Wear app, but it’s also compatible with Strava. Therefore, in this article, we’ll share the steps to sync the Redmi Smart Band Pro with Strava.
Connect and Sync Redmi Smart Band Pro With Strava
It is easy to sync the Redmi Smart Band Pro with the Strava tracking app. You can do it from the Xiaomi Wear app itself but before it, setting up the Strava app is essential. So, follow up the steps mentioned below to do the syncing process correctly.
1. Set Up Your Strava Account
First, you have to set up your Strava account, as shown below.
Step 2: Open the app and sign in with your Google or Facebook account. You can also sign up by email.
Step 3: Create your profile by entering your name, gender, and date of birth.
Step 4: Click Yes or No depending upon whether you want emails and notifications about your stats, challenges, and community stories from Strava.
Step 5: Click the Later button and allow permission for location access.
Your account is created, and the basic setup of Strava is completed.
2. Connect Xiaomi Wear with Strava
Next, you have to connect the Xiaomi Wear app with the Strava account. Here’s how to do it:
Step 1: Open the Xiaomi Wear app and go to the Profile section.
Step 2: Select the (+) icon on the top right corner and click the Settings option.
Step 3: Choose the Connected apps option and click on Strava.
Step 4: Next, click the Connect button.
Step 5: It will open a web page. Log in with your Strava account here.
Step 6: Click on Authorize to allow Xiaomi Wear to connect with Strava.
3. Check Redmi Smart Band Pro Data in Strava
This is the final step, post which your Redmi Smart Band Pro data will be synced with Strava.
Step 1: Open the Strava app and go to the Profile section.
Step 2: Clic the Settings icon at the top right corner.
Step 3: Scroll down and select Data Permissions.
Step 4: Click on the Health-Related Data option. Set it to Allow and press OK.
Now, when your Redmi Band’s data synchronizes in the Xiaomi Wear app, it will also be synced to your Strava account. You can then check all your health data and stats in the Strava app.
This was a quick guide to set up and sync your Redmi Smart Band Pro Data with Strava. I hope this helps users who prefer using Strava for health and fitness stats over other apps. For more such informative content, stay tuned with WearablesToUse.