Amazfit GTR 3 Pro Limited Edition User Manual
Connection and pairing
Use your phone to scan the following QR code, and download and install the Zepp app. For a better user experience, update the app to the latest version as prompted. Note: The operating system of your mobile phone must be Android 7.0 or iOS 12.0, or later.
When the watch is started for the first time, the QR code used for pairing displays on the screen. Open the Zepp app on your phone, log in to the app, and scan the QR code on the watch to pair your phone with the watch.
- Pairing with a new phone: 1. Open the app on your old phone and synchronize data with the watch.
- On the old mobile phone, go to the information page of the watch that needs to be repaired and tap the Unbind button at the bottom to unbind. If it is an iPhone, after unbinding in the Zepp app, you need to unpair the phone and watch. Go to Settings > Bluetooth, find the Bluetooth name corresponding to the watch, and tap the button on the far right of the Bluetooth name. After entering the page, tap Ignore This Device.
- Restore the factory settings of the watch, and then pair the watch with your new phone as described in the initial pairing procedure.
Updating the system of your watch
Keep your watch connected to your phone, open the Zepp app, and go to Profile > My Device > System Update to view or update the watch system. We recommend that you tap Update Immediately when your watch receives a system update.
Commonly used gestures and buttons
|Tap the screen
|Uses a feature, selects the current item, or proceeds with the next step
|Press and hold the watch face
|Activates watch face selection and watch face settings
|Cover the screen
|Turns off the screen
|Swipe from left to right
|On most sub-level pages, returns to the upper-level page
|Swipe up or down on the screen
|Scrolls or switches pages
|Rotate the digital crown
|Scrolls or switches pages
|Press and hold the upper button for five seconds or longer
|Powers on accesses the restart page and performs force restart.
Swipe down on the watch face page to enter the Control Center, where you can access the system features of the watch. Supported features include Flashlight, DND, Theater Mode, Keep Screen On, Calendar, Volume, Battery, Brightness, Find Phone, Bluetooth, Lock, and Settings.
Find the phone
- Keep the watch connected to your phone.
- On the watch face page, swipe down to go to the control center, and tap Find Phone. Your phone will ring.
- In the app list, tap More, and then tap Find Phone. Your phone will ring.
Find the watch
Keep the watch connected to your phone, open the Zepp app, go to Profile > My Device, and tap Find Watch. Then, your watch will vibrate and ring. (The default setting is to vibrate only, and the alert tone needs to be set manually: Go to Watch Settings > Sound and Vibration > Ring for Alert to turn on the switch.)
Watch face compilations
Some watch faces support editing compilations. With compilations, you can view steps, calories, weather, and other information, and edit the information as needed. Edit watch face compilations:
- After waking up the watch, press and hold the watch face to enter the watch face selection page, where you can choose other watch faces or edit the compilation.
- Swipe left or right on the screen to preview the watch faces available. The Edit button will be displayed at the bottom of a watch face that supports compilations. You can tap this button to go to the page for editing the compilations of this watch face.
- Select the compilation to edit. Tap a compilation, or swipe up or down on the screen to switch between compilations.
- After editing, press the upper button to complete editing and enable the watch face.
Always On Display
If this feature is enabled, the screen still displays time and some information about the watch face in standby mode, which greatly reduces the battery life. Set Always On Display:
- After you wake up your watch, press the upper button to access the app list. Then, go to Settings > Display and Brightness > Always On Display.
- Select the watch face style and enable the status for Always On Display.
Add watch faces
In addition to the built-in watch faces, you can choose online watch faces as desired from the watch face store in the Zepp app and synchronize them to the watch. You can also use a photo you took using your phone or use an image in the album as a custom background watch face.
Add online watch faces:
- Keep the watch connected to your phone, open the Zepp app, and go to Profile > My Device > Amazfit GTR 3 Pro Limited Edition > Watch Face Store.
- Select one or more watch faces, and then synchronize them to the watch to give yourself multiple options.
Change watch faces
- After waking up the watch, long press the watch face to enter the watch face selection screen.
- Swipe left or right on the screen to preview watch faces available on the watch, including built-in watch faces and synchronized online watch faces.
- Tap the desired watch face to replace the current watch face.
Delete watch faces
When the storage space on the watch is almost full, you will need to delete some of the watch faces to make room for new ones (retain at least one watch face).
- After waking up the watch, long press the watch face to enter the watch face selection screen.
- Swipe left or right on the screen to preview watch faces available on the watch, including built-in watch faces, synchronized online watch faces, and customized watch faces.
- Swipe up on the screen. For watch faces with a delete button, you can tap the button to delete the watch face.
The state point is displayed on the top of the watch’s face to indicate the functions currently enabled on the watch, such as the Theater Mode turned on in the watch or the Countdown app running in the background. The supported display states are:
- Low battery
- DND Mode
- Theater Mode
- Stopwatch (tap the state point to go to the app)
- Countdown (tap the state point to go to the app)
- Music playing (tap the state point to go to the app)
- In workouts (tap the state point to go to the app)
Notifications and calls
Keep the watch connected to your phone to receive the phone app alerts on your watch. On the watch face page, you can swipe up to view the latest 20 alerts in the notification center. Clearing all notifications:
There is a Clear button [ ] at the bottom of the notification list. Tap it to clear all notifications. Or, after the watch restarts, notifications will be automatically cleared.
Clearing a single notification:
When a notification is pushed, or after you open a specific notification from the notification list, you can delete the notification by pressing the delete button at the bottom. Setting method: Keep the watch connected to your phone, open the Zepp app, choose Profile > My Device >Amazfit GTR 3 Pro Limited Edition>Notification and Reminder>App alerts to enable alerts for apps as needed.
- To enable this feature on an Android phone, you need to add the Zepp app to the allowlist or auto-run list in the phone’s background so that the app always runs in the background. If the Zepp app is terminated by the phone’s background process, the watch will be disconnected from your phone, and you cannot receive app notifications on the watch.
- For iOS, there are limited apps that can be set in the Notification and Reminder > App alerts just after the watch is activated. As the phone receives notification messages from more apps, more apps will be displayed in the Notification and Reminder > App alerts of the Zepp app.
Once this feature is enabled, pair the watch with your phone via Bluetooth and maintain the connection to receive calls on the watch. While the watch and your phone are connected via Bluetooth, you can also use the “Call” app on the watch to make Bluetooth calls.
Bluetooth calling setup methods: Method one:
Start the Zepp app, and go to Profile > Amazfit GTR 3 Pro Limited Edition> App Settings. On the call page, turn on” Bluetooth calls “, and pair the watch and your phone through Bluetooth as instructed. Method two: On the watch and your phone, go to Settings > Bluetooth to pair the watch with your phone:
- On your phone, go to Settings > Bluetooth, and enable Bluetooth to make the phone discoverable. On the watch, go to App list > Settings > Network & Connections > Bluetooth, and ensure the Bluetooth is enabled. Find the watch in the search results for available devices on your phone, and tap to pair the devices. Or, find your phone in the Bluetooth search results on the watch, and tap to pair them.
Incoming call alert
To enable this feature, open the Zepp app, and go to Profile > Amazfit GTR 3 Pro Limited Edition > App Settings > Phone>Incoming call. Once the feature is enabled and the watch and phone are connected, the watch will display a prompt when the phone receives a call, and you can ignore, answer or hang up the call on the watch.
Shortcut Cards Swipe right on the watch face to go to the Shortcut Cards page, where you can easily use and view various features and information: You can add frequently used feature cards to this page for more convenient access, such as your latest event, next alarm, or recent BPM data. You can also open the Zepp app and go to Profile > Amazfit GTR 3 Pro Limited Edition > Shortcut Cards, where you can set shortcut cards to display and their display order.
Quick access apps
Slide left on the watch face to view quick-access apps. Quick access apps allow you to conveniently access watch features. You can add your frequently used apps and features, such as “Workout”. Workout. Change quick access apps
- After waking up the watch, press the upper button to open the app list. Go to Settings > Preferences > Widget, and swipe up or down on the screen to view the apps that can be added to Quick Access Apps.
- When the number of Current apps reaches the upper limit, but you want to add new apps, remove redundant apps first, and then add the ones you need.
Press buttons for quick start-up
You can go to Watch > Settings > Preferences and select the app to be quickly launched, and then you can quickly open the previously set app by operating the corresponding button. Triggering methods:
- Press and hold the upper button
- Press the lower button
Workout modes The watch supports over 150 workout modes, including Running&walking, cycling, swimming, outdoor workouts, indoor workouts, dance workouts, combat workouts, ball workouts, water workouts, winter workouts, leisure workouts, board & card games, and other workouts. You can view all workout modes under More Workouts at the bottom of the workout list. To customize the workout list, tap Edit List at the bottom of the workout list.
- 1. Tap Workouts in the watch App list or press the lower button on the watch face (if the quick start-up is set for workouts) to go to the workout list.
- Tap the workout to start in the workout list.
- Select More Workouts to view all workout modes and start a workout.
- Tapto edits the workout list, where you can add, delete, and sort workouts.
In the workout list, swipe up or down on the screen or rotate the digital crown to select the workout to start.
Start a workout
After entering the workout preparation page, for workouts that require GPS, the watch will automatically search for a GPS signal. The red status bar indicates that the watch is searching for a signal, and the green status bar indicates that the signal is found. We recommend that you tap the workout icon to enter the exercise after a successful GPS positioning, which can improve the accuracy of workout data calculation.
3D data mode
You can enable or disable the feature for some workouts in workout settings. If the feature is enabled, the watch calculates distance using 3D data, as shown in the preceding figure. As shown in the picture, after 3D distance is enabled, the slope distance of the route will be calculated, the altitude and slope changes will be considered, and the calculated distance will match the actual distance of the route. If the 3D distance is not enabled, the projected distance will be calculated based on the route traversed, namely the 2D distance shown in the picture.
For some workouts, for example, rowing machines, workout data is more accurate when you wear the watch on the preset side.
Swimming pool length
Refers to the length of lanes in your swimming pool. The watch calculates swimming data based on the lane length you set. Set the corresponding lane length for each pool so that the watch can accurately evaluate your swimming data.
In the treadmill workout mode, if the distance recorded by the watch and the actual distance is still significantly different after multiple calibrations, try recalibrating the treadmill recording algorithm to record treadmill data more accurately.
Special workout modes – swimming
Trip: Refers to the lane length in pool swimming mode. Stroke: Refers to a complete stroke motion while you are wearing the watch. Stroke rate: Refers to the number of strokes per minute. DPS: Refers to the distance of a complete stroke. SWOLF: It is an important indicator of swimming scores, which comprehensively evaluates your swimming speed. SWOLF in pool swimming mode = Duration of a single lap (in seconds) + Number of strokes in a single lap. In open-water swimming mode, SWOLF is calculated using a lap distance of 100 meters. A smaller SWOLF score indicates higher swimming efficiency.
The watch recognizes strokes in swimming modes and displays the main stroke you use.
|More than one stroke is used when swimming, with each stroke in a similar proportion
Touch Screen During Swimming
To protect the touch screen from unintentional touches and water interference, the watch automatically disables the touch screen feature after you start swimming. In this case, you can control the workout with the watch buttons. After the workout ends or is paused, the watch will update and re-enable the touchscreen feature.
Workout GPS positioning
If you select Outdoor workouts, wait until GPS positioning is successful on the Workout preparation screen. Then, tap the green status bar to begin the workout. This allows the watch to record complete workout data and prevents data inaccuracy due to workout tracking loss. Positioning guide: If you receive a prompt to update the AGPS after selecting a workout, start the Zepp app on your phone and connect it with the watch to update AGPS. Then, select a workout again.
This operation reduces the time spent searching for a signal and avoids search failure. If, during the positioning process, the GPS signal icon continues to flicker, an open area can offer you faster positioning for a better GPS signal, as nearby buildings may block and weaken the signal, extending the positioning time and even causing positioning failure. After successful positioning, the red status bar will turn to green color. The GPS signal shows the current GPS signal strength. AGPS is a kind of GPS satellite orbit information that helps the watch accelerate the GPS positioning process.
Automatic workout identification
Workout types that can be identified include walking, indoor walking, outdoor running, treadmill, outdoor cycling, pool swimming, elliptical trainer, and rowing machine. Automatic workout identification is a process where the watch automatically determines the workout type and records a single workout after related workout characteristics are compiled and your workout continues for a period. You can set this in Settings > Workouts > Workout Detection.
Type: After you select a workout type, the automatic identification feature is enabled for the workout. Reminder: When the feature is enabled, a pop-up dialog box is displayed when a workout is identified or ends. When the feature is disabled, data is recorded silently upon workout identification, and a dynamic icon is displayed on the watch face screen.
When a workout ends, the workout record will automatically be saved to the Workout History app. If you end the workout when the workout time is too short, the watch will ask you whether to save it. Due to the limited storage space, it is recommended that you synchronize the workout data to the app soon after completing a workout; otherwise, the workout data may be overwritten.
Workout history on the watch
Workout history includes the workout data, workout trace (for workouts that support GPS), lap/set data, workout goal completion, and other information. When a workout ends, the screen will immediately jump to the workout history details page, or you can view recent workout history details in the Activities app. The watch can save up to 100 recent workout records. Personal Best The best records from certain types of workouts will be saved, including longest distance, longest workout time, and so on.
Physical indicators for workouts
The watch provides a variety of physical indicators for workouts. You can use evaluation scores as a reference for your workouts. These indicators can be viewed in workout records or the Workout status app, including current training load, total recovery time, VO2 max, and training effect. You can find a detailed explanation of the current training load, total recovery time, and VO2 max in the Workout Status app.
Training Effect (TE) is an indicator for measuring the effect of a workout on improving aerobic capacity. When you work out while wearing the watch, the TE score starting from 0.0 increases as the workout progresses. The TE score ranges from 0.0 to 5.0, and different score ranges indicate different effects. A higher TE score indicates a greater workout intensity. It signifies a higher body load, but a better TE. However, you should consider whether your body load is too high when the TE score reaches 5.0
|Aerobic TE Score
|Effect on Improving Aerobic Capacity
|This workout has no effect on improving aerobic capacity.
|This workout helps improve endurance and is ideal for post- workout recovery training.
|This workout helps maintain aerobic capacity.
|This workout significantly helps improve aerobic capacity.
|This workout remarkably improves heart-lung ability and aerobic capacity.
|Post-workout recovery is required for non-athlete users.
Anaerobic TE Score
|Effect on Improving Anaerobic Capacity
|This workout has no effect on improving anaerobic capacity.
|This workout has a slight effect on improving anaerobic capacity.
|This workout helps maintain anaerobic capacity.
|This workout significantly helps improve anaerobic capacity.
|This workout has a significant effect on improving anaerobic capacity.
The TE score is evaluated based on your profile, as well as your heart rate and speed during your workout. A low TE score does not indicate a problem during your workout but instead signifies that the workout is too easy and has no significant effect on improving aerobic capacity (for example, a low TE score for 1 hour of jogging). How is it obtained? Once a workout for which heart rate data is monitored ends, the watch displays the TE score of the workout and provides related comments or suggestions. You can also review the TE score of each workout record in the future.
Maintaining a certain amount of daily activity is very important for your physical health. Wake up the watch, press the upper button on the watch face page to go to the app list, and swipe up or down to select and open the Activity app. Daily activity is composed of three main indicators, which are Activity Indicator (which can be set as steps or calories), fat burning, and standing. In Activity on the watch, you can view the all-day activity distribution chart.
Setting the Activity app as a quick access app allows you to easily check the progress of your main indicators. The watch also automatically records other activity data, including resting consumption, walking time, sitting time, Stair climbing, and distance, which can be viewed in the Activity app.
The watch displays a notification when any main indicator of daily activity reaches the set target value.
- Open the Activity app, swipe up to the last page, and go to Activity Settings to enable Goal Reach Reminders. While the phone is connected, these settings can also be accessed in the Zepp app under Profile > Amazfit GTR 3 Pro Limited Edition > Notifications and Reminder> Goal notifications.
- In Activity settings, you can also set daily goals for steps and calories. While the phone is connected, these settings can also be accessed in the Zepp app under Profile > My Goals.
Local music playback
Support playing the local music stored in the watch through the watch speaker or connect to the Bluetooth audio headset/stereo.
- Add songs: Open the Zepp app and go to Profile > Amazfit GTR 3 Pro Limited Edition > Music. On the Music page, select .mp3 music files to transfer from your phone to the watch. After completing the transfer, you can play music on the watch. Note: To transfer files, you need to connect to the watch’s hotspot. While connected to the hotspot, the phone cannot connect to other networks. After the file transfer is completed, the watch will turn off the hotspot, and the phone will automatically connect to the previous network. The Music page displays the name and composer of a song. On this page, you can play the previous song, play the next song, pause, change the playback mode, and adjust the volume. Tap “+” to add songs to My Favorites.
- On the Music home page, swipe up to the second Music page to switch the music mode, view the playlist, connect to Bluetooth audio devices, and more.
Keep the watch connected to your phone. When playing music on your phone, you can start or pause the music, switch to the previous or next song, and perform other operations on the music app of your watch. Modifying settings on an Android phone: Keep your watch connected to your phone. Start the Zepp app, go to Profile > Amazfit GTR 3 Pro Limited Edition > Notification and Reminder>App Alerts. On the page that appears, tap the “Access to read notifications not enabled” message to go to the Notification Settings page, and grant notification permission to the Zepp app.
If this message is not displayed, the permission has been granted. Note: To enable this feature on an Android phone, you need to add the Zepp app to the allowlist or auto-run list in the phone’s background so that the app always runs in the background. If the Zepp app is terminated by the phone’s background process, the watch will be disconnected from your phone and you will be unable to control music playback.
With the watch connected to your phone, open the Zepp app, and go to Profile > More > Settings > Units where you can set the units for distance, weight, and temperature. During data synchronization, the watch automatically follows the settings in the app.
Keep the watch connected to your phone. During data synchronization, the watch automatically follows the system time and time format of your phone and displays the time in a 12-hour or 24-hour format. If you select the 12-hour or 24-hour format on the watch in Settings > Watch Face & Time, the time format of the watch will not change with the mobile phone once set.
The default date format displayed on the watch is “year/month/day”. In Settings > Watch Face & Time, you can change the date format to “month/day/year” or “day/month/year”.
On your watch, go to Settings > Bluetooth, find your Bluetooth audio device, and tap Pair. Note: If you cannot connect your watch to a paired Bluetooth device, cancel pairing and pair them again.
Setting a password
You can set the watch password in the watch under Settings > Preferences > Off-wrist Lock. When the system detects that you are not wearing the watch, it will automatically lock the watch with a password. You will need to enter the password before you can continue to use the watch.
In the watch, go to Settings > Preferences > Wearing Direction to change the orientation between the buttons and the watch face, so that you can wear the watch as you like.