Every fitness bands these days offers HR detection, blood monitoring & sleep tracking features to keep us healthy. Into that, Heart rate monitoring or HR detection is an essential feature of every fitness tracker. It tracks your heart rate and guides you accordingly in everyday routine. Mi Band 4 also has an HR monitoring feature to detect heart rate. It gives the data about the user’s HR whether it is high, low or average level. The Mi Smart Band 4 or Mi Band 4 is well known to record accurate information of your HR data so you can use it.
If you have purchased Mi Band 4 to use it in the daily exercise and to check your health then I will guide how you can use this fitness tracker. Continuous HR detection will drain battery life faster than normal usage, but you can use it anyway if you need it. First, wear the Mi Band 4 tight on your wrist so you could get better results. Now follow these steps to use heart rate monitoring on Mi Band 4.
Heart Rate monitoring on Mi Band 4
1. Open Mi Fit app & tap on Profile
2. In Profile, My Devices is an option where you have to choose Mi Band 4
3. Click on Mi Band 4 or Mi Smart Band 4
4. Now scroll down & tap on Heart Rate detection
5. By default, Heart rate detection is turned off, tap on it to Turn On
6. You will see three options, choose the first one
7. When you select Heart rate detection, it warns you about battery life, click on Ok
When you select the Detection method as Automatic heart rate detection then you can set detection frequency to allow it when turning on automatic HR detection. You can set frequency value as 1,5,10 & 30 minutes. The other Activity detection option is helpful if you are doing exercises. It will increase the detection frequency automatically to get accurate data. It is the heavy power function that will take lots of juice from the battery life.
To avoid the power-hunger don’t choose Automatic heart rate detection & sleep assistant, except you want to track your sleep. Now go to the Mi Fit app & apply these steps to activate HR monitoring on the new Mi Band 4.
Madhav Biradar started his career in technology back in 2011, where he covered mobile & gaming articles. He is an enthusiast in smartphone & wearable gadgets. In his free time, he likes to read about new tech gadgets and watch movies.