Having trouble with your Sweet Tweets Bird realizing that it's on your finger?
Fingerlings Sweet Tweets Birds really know when they're on your finger thanks to a cap touch sensor on their feet. When you clip your Sweet Tweets Bird onto your finger, you should see the heart light on its head light up and hear a heartbeat sound. If your bird doesn't appear to recognize you, here are a few tips.
- Make sure your bird is not clipped on your fingernail. Fingernails don't activate the sensor well. Make sure your bird's feet are touching your finger.
- Gently rotate your finger. To establish a better connection with the sensor, try to rotate your finger gently. Press the tail to open the feet enough that you can move your finger to a slightly different position. Release the tail so your bird clamps back onto your finger to try and connect again.
- Remove your bird from your finger and reattach. Sometimes you need to just remove your bird then reattach to reestablish the connection.
- Try a different finger. Try attaching your bird to a different finger, so the sensor might make better contact.
- Turn your bird off and on again, then try again. If none of the above steps worked, try turning the power on and off again. Don't worry, your secret will still be saved if you turn your bird off.
- Try on another person's finger. If your bird still doesn't recognize being on your finger, try it on another person's finger to check that it is functioning correctly.