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User Manual for iHere 3.0

iHere is a low power consumption Bluetooth tracker based on the newest Bluetooth 4.0 technology. Within 75 feet of effective distance, iHere can keep things from being lost by setting off alarms on your Apple device (iPhone/iPad/iPod touch) and iHere. Inside the package, you will find two items: 1.) iHere 2.) Charging Cable.
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QUICK GUIDE:

1. How to set up iHere
2. How to find your keys
3. How to find your phone
4. How to locate your car
5. How to use the remote camera shutter
6. How to record voice remotely
7. How to export voice recordings
8. Why does iHere beep
9. How do separation alerts work
10. How to reconnect an iHere
11. How to find a disconnected iHere
12. How to get more help

     

    1. How to set up iHere

    Step 1: Charge your iHere.

    For those who ordered iHere before May 22nd, 2015

    • Plug the charging cable into iHere. A red light will appear, indicating that the iHere is charging. Wait 1.5 hours for iHere to fully charge, after which the red light will turn off automatically.

    For those who ordered iHere on or after May 22nd, 2015

    • Plug the charging cable into iHere. A red light will appear, indicating that the iHere is charging. Wait 1.5 hours for iHere to fully charge, after which the red light will turn green.

    Step 2: Download the iHere3 App.

    Search for "iHere3" in the Apple App Store. The iHere works with any iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch with iOS 7.1 or later.

    Step 3: Allow location access from your device.

    Open the iHere3 App. Tap "Allow" on the popup window to grant location access.

       

    Step 4: Turn on the Bluetooth on your device.

    Go to your device's settings and turn on Bluetooth.

                          

    Step 5: Activate your iHere.

    For those who ordered iHere before May 22nd, 2015

    • Press the Home Button on iHere for 3 seconds until a flashing green light appears.

    For those who ordered iHere on or after May 22nd, 2015

    • Press the Home Button on iHere for 6 seconds until a flashing red light appears.

    Step 6: Connect your iHere to your device.

    Tap the "+" icon at the top right corner of the screen and place the iHere on top of the device screen as instructed. iHere will beep once and appear on the app when it has successfully connected.

                                     

     Step 7: Attach your iHere to your valuables.

    Attach iHere to the items you wish to track such as your keys, wallet or purse.

    Step 8: Personalize your iHere.

    Input a name and choose a photo to personalize your iHere. Tap the green check mark when done.


    Step 9: Enter your email address.

    Step 10: Keep track of more valuables.

    Repeat steps 6-9 to attach more iHeres to keep track of your valuables. 

    2. How to find your keys

    Step 1: Open the iHere3 app. Tap the “Find” button. iHere will begin to beep. Follow this sound to find your keys.

    Step 2: Tap the "Stop"on the iHere3 app to stop the alarm.

    3. How to find your phone

     Step 1: Tap "Click" at the bottom right corner of the screen.

    Step 2: Tap the "Call Phone" option. This activates iHere's ability to call your iPhone should you lose your phone. Have this option selected before leaving the iHere3 app to enable iHere to call your phone at all times. 

    Step 3: Click the button on iHere to ring and locate your iPhone. Follow the sound. iHere will ring your phone even if your iPhone's ringer has been turned off or muted as long as your phone's volume has not been turned to low. 

    Step 4: Click on iHere again to stop ringing your iPhone.

    4. How to locate your car

    Step 1: Tap "Click" at the bottom right corner of the screen.

    Step 2: Tap the "Car Finder" option on the iHere3 app menu to set iHere to locate your car.

    Step 3: Before leaving the car, press the button on iHere to save the car's location to the app. A pop-up saying "Saved Car Location" will appear.

    Step 4: To find your car, tap "Car Finder" on the iHere3 app. Rotate your iPhone 360° for calibration. Then follow the arrow to find your car.

    5. How to use the remote camera shutter

    Step 1: Tap "Click" at the bottom right corner of the screen.

    Step 2: Tap the "Camera Shutter" option on the iHere3 app menu to set iHere to take photos.

    Step 3Click the button on iHere to take photos remotely. Photos are automatically saved to the Photos app.

    Select camera direction: Tap the top right icon  to switch between the front-facing and the back-facing camera.

    Select flash setting: Tap the top left icon  to choose desired flash setting.

    6. How to record voice remotely

    Step 1: Tap "Click" at the bottom right corner of the screen.

    Step 2: Tap the "Voice Recorder" option on the iHere3 app menu to set iHere to record voice.

    Step 3: Click the button on iHere to start recording.

    Step 4: Click iHere again to stop recording. Your recording will be saved on the iHere3 app.

     

    7. How to export voice recordings

    Step 1: Tap "Edit" at the top right corner of the screen.

    Step 2: Tap the circle on the left side of the screen to select which recording you want to export.

     

    Step 3: Tap the export option at the bottom of the screen to send your recording via message, email, and more.

     

    8. Why does iHere beep

    There are three reasons why iHere beeps:
    1) iHere beeps once when it first connects and whenever it reconnects to the iHere3 app. Reconnecting happens when the previously out of range iHere comes back into range of your Apple device.
     
    2) iHere beeps when you click on the "Find" button on the iHere3 app to find the device that's attached to your keys, wallet or purse.
     
    3) iHere makes a series of beeps to alert you when the iHere and your device have separated, suggesting you have left your device behind.

    9. How do separation alerts work

    Your iHere will make a series of beeps to alert you when the iHere and your Apple device have separated, suggesting you have left your device behind.

    10. How to reconnect an iHere

    If iHere disconnects from the app as symbolized by a gray "Find" icon, you can reconnect it in 2 ways.

    1.) Open the app and place iHere next to your phone, iHere should automatically reconnect.

    2.) Another way is to remove the old iHere from the app and add it back again. To remove, slide the iHere you have connected to the left, and click on the red box that appears and says “remove.” To add it back, click on the "+" icon.


    11. How to find a disconnected iHere

    The iHere3 app will remember the last location where iHere was connected to your Apple device.
     
    Step 1: Select the iHere you lost.

     

    Step 2: Scroll down to the map view. Look for a red pin, which is the last location where iHere was connected to your Apple device.

     
    Or  select “Report Lost”. We will notify you by email when other users in the iHere community have found your iHere.

    12. How to get more help

    Step 1: Tap the question mark symbol at the top left of the screen.

    Step 2: Select the methods by which you would like to get help.

    A.  Tap the “Video Tutorial” option to be redirected to instructional videos.

          

    B. Tap the “Send a Request” option to write an email to Nonda customer service with specific questions or concerns. Enter your name and email address at the bottom.

         
     
    C. Tap “Call Us” to speak directly with Nonda customer service agents about your question or issue.