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Charging your Swingbyte 2

The USB port for your Swingbyte 2 is at the top of the device under the white alignment guide, and the charging cable is in the base of the Swingbyte 2 package. 

 

 

From empty, a full charge will take approximately 4-5 hours, and that will give you about 4 hours of continuous capture with your Swingbyte.

 

Whenever your Swingbyte is plugged in to charge via USB, the green light on the front of the device will illuminate; there is also a battery indicator in the app that shows current charge level.

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    Andy LaCombe

    I plug my SwingByte unit in and it flashes green and does not stop doing so.  What does this mean?

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    Bill Weibley

    I’m having the same problem, left plugged in overnight but still flashes.

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    Terje Dahl

    The app only displays 75% when Swingbyte is fully charged. Should be 100%, right?

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    Bill Weibley

    I honestly believe this company is out of business, can't get any response from Customer Service, tried sales but nothing there either.  Not sure why they have a website still active if they are now defunct and/or don't support their products.

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    Andy LaCombe

    This is disappointing to hear - I got a replacement unit from Budget Golf and it works fine, but I am not happy to hear that they are either belly up or that inept that they do not support their products.  Wow

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    Terje Dahl

    Sounds correct :(

    Concerning the observed inaccuracy, I think it has been like this all the time since I bought it a couple of years ago. I just wonder if this is just a software error, or if it actually indicates a battery/charging error. I have not tested exactly how long I can use it before it needs to be recharged. They promise "up to 4 hours” though...

    Do your apps ever display 100 %?

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    Bill Weibley

    I get 100% while plugged in, can power up, etc. however as soon as I unplug it, won’t power on so appears the battery won’t hold a charge.

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    Terje Dahl

    Interesting to hear.. I get max 84% with the cable attached, once I remove it, the app shows 73%. I guess this is due to a software error of some kind, as I have never experienced any unnormal power loss. I will try to see how long the battery actually lasts under normal use next time I have the chance. I don't expect 4 hours as they say at https://blog.swingbyte.com/post/89226618317/trouble-shooting-quick-tips-for-swingbyte, but at least 3 hours by continous use will be acceptable for me, I think. I don't know if the number of strokes will affect the battery or not.

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