Your Loop has a few simple inputs you’ll want to be acquainted with. Each of them are highlighted below:
Turn to move forward and backwards through your photos and videos.
Turn the to change albums. Turn to the desired album and then release your hand from the knob to switch to that album.
Loop uses a touch surface on top of the device to keep fingerprints off the screen. Just tap the top surface above the corresponding on-screen button to accept videochat calls, like new photos and more.
Be sure to tap the entire surface as shown in the photo for best results!
Volume up / down:
Adjust the volume of video playback and videochat calls by pressing the up and down volume buttons.
Sleep / power:
Located on the bottom side of the Loop. Tap once to put your screen to sleep or press and hold until you see a message saying Loop is shutting down to turn Loop off. Once off, press and hold to turn back on.
Loop Settings Menu
To get to the settings menu of your Loop press and hold the scroll knob for five seconds until you see the menu appear.
From the settings menu you’ll be presented with several options. Turn the scroll knob to the desired option and click the knob inward to proceed.
Check what software version your Loop is running and other details that might be used for any troubleshooting with tech support.
Factory reset Loop:
Erase all media and restore the Loop to its original factory state. Use this if you want to give your Loop to someone else or want to restart with an as-new unit.
Forces your Loop to check for new channels, photos, videos, and remove any content that was deleted.
Loop will automatically download software updates on its own normally. You can manually force Loop to check for any software updates as well by selecting this option. If any are available, your Loop will download and install them.
Change your Loop’s current wi-fi network. This can be useful if you’ve gifted a Loop to a family member and are unable to change the wi-fi network in person with the mobile app.