When charging your Fly6 Gen3, the charge indicator LED (top of the ring bezel) will be solid red.
Once the battery is fully charged, this LED will become a solid green.
When your Fly6 CE battery is low (below 6%), a low battery noise will play:
See HomeSafe mode (below) for more information.
The device will make a distinctive power up sound:
This will be immediately followed by up to four beeps to indicate battery level.
Four beeps indicates your battery is at least 75% full:
Three beeps indicate battery level of 50-75%:
Two beeps indicate battery level of 25-50%:
One beep indicates battery level less than 25%:
The device will make a number of battery indicator beeps (as above) followed by a distinctive power down sound:
This sound is also heard when entering airplane mode and master reset.
Bezel LEDs rotate clockwise at one revolution per second. Recording alert is one short beep:
If enabled, recording alert beep plays once at an interval of 3, 5, or 10 minutes. This can be changed through the CycliqPlus mobile app; once your Fly6 Gen3 is connected to your handset, go to menu - settings - sound.
No SD card/SD card error
If there is no SD card in your Fly6 Gen3 or there is an error with your SD card, this sound will be played on repeat:
The Bezel LEDs flash on and off steadily once per second. The Fly6 Gen3 will then automatically switch off after one minute
Incident Protection Mode
When triggered, three rapid beeps will sound, indicating that the current and previous video files are locked, and can’t be overwritten by the device. These beeps sound like this:
The Fly6 Gen3 will then automatically switch off after 30 minutes.
When battery falls very low (below 6%), there will be three long beeps to indicate HomeSafe mode has been activated.
The bezel LEDs will stop, as recording has stopped and, depending on your light settings, you have 30-60min to get home safely. While HomeSafe mode is enabled you will hear this sound every 1 minute:
With the bike alarm enabled, if your Fly6 Gen3 is on the move, your device will sound the following alarm: