Connecting your Tithely Pay Card Reader with Tithely Pay

Welcome to our guide on connecting your Tithe.ly Pay Card Reader with Tithe.ly Pay! Ensuring smooth and secure transactions is essential for your organization, and with Tithe.ly's integrated solutions, it's easier than ever. In this article, we'll walk you through the process of connecting your card reader to your Tithe.ly Pay account, enabling you to accept payments effortlessly.

If you need to order a Tithely Pay Card Reader click here.

Before you begin please charge the Tithely Pay Card Reader.

Connect the USB cable to a Micro-USB port and fully charge the reader. The reader's LED lights will flash while charging and show all four solid green lights once fully charged.

 

Connecting your reader for the first time

  1. Turn on the reader Press and release the power button on the left side of your reader. The M2 reader's LEDs will flash on & off in consecutive order.
  2. Open the Tithely Pay App on your iOS device and log in.
    If you do not have the Tithely Pay App on your iOS device yet you will need to download it from the App or Google Play store.
  3. Allow location services and Bluetooth within Tithely Pay. Open Tithely Pay and enable Bluetooth and location to be accessed when using the app (this is required).

    DO NOT pair the reader via the Bluetooth setting on your iOS device.

  4. Confirm the reader is paired The card reader will flash all 4 LEDs 3 times. You’re now ready to collect payments! 🎉

You should stay close to the reader in order to remain paired, the reader has a range of 10-20 feet.

Please Note: When the reader is connected to an iOS Device and ready to accept payment one LED light will be on. If the reader is inactive it will enter standby mode, this will be indicated by one light flashing on and off. The reader stays connected to the device while in standby and automatically exits standby mode when you resume activity.

 

User Permissions needed to access Pay
Account Owner, Admin, or Limited Access with access granted to Pay. If you have additional questions, please reference this article.

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