When you first receive a new Mudita Harmony, we recommend starting out by charging the device for at least 2-3 hours.
When your new Harmony arrives, it should be in transportation mode and display “Mudita Harmony is switched OFF” on its screen. You should be able to activate the device by light-clicking the main button/knob.
Charging the Battery
If your Harmony is not in transportation mode and does not react to your attempts to turn it on, it most likely has an empty battery. This applies to situations when the screen is either blank or is showing a crossed-out battery icon. The Harmony can be charged with a 5V USB charger or a computer's USB port. It can potentially have trouble using fast chargers that support variable voltage.
The USB chargers that can be ordered with our alarm clocks should charge them without issues.
Keeping The System Updated
After charging your Harmony's battery, we recommend that you update its software to the latest version using Mudita Center, our desktop application available for Windows, Mac and Linux.