How to Use the Call, Ring, and Vibrate Functions?

Weenect GPS trackers offer innovative features to stay connected with your pets. Among these features, the Call, Ring, and Vibrate buttons are valuable tools for communication and training. Discover how to use them effectively to meet your specific needs.


Discovering the Button Features

With the Call button, you can communicate directly with your pet, as if you were making a phone call. This unique feature ensures effective and direct communication with your four-legged companion.

Please note that the use of this function is limited to 10 minutes per month for users and is only available for dogs² and cats² trackers equipped with a compatible SIM card.

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The Ring and Vibrate buttons add an extra dimension to your interaction with the tracker. You can activate a ringtone or vibration for a few seconds, a useful method for locating your pet or getting its attention.

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Customization and Optimization of Use

Weenect has recently improved these features, now offering you the option to choose the duration of the ringtone and vibration between 1, 2, 3, 5, and 10 seconds. This flexibility allows you to adapt the use of the buttons according to your specific needs, whether it's to quickly find your pet or to train it. For those who have subscribed to the Premium Pack, the duration can even be extended up to 30 seconds, offering greater leeway for training and location.

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The interaction buttons with the tracker are essential tools in your use of the Weenect tracker. Whether it's for quick communication or for training your pet, these features significantly enhance your experience with our products.


💡Did you know?

Did you know that the use of ring and vibration functions is particularly effective for pet training? By associating these signals with certain routines or commands, you can train your pet in a consistent and effective manner, thereby strengthening the bond between you and your four-legged companion.

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