Go-tcha users who have updated to version 1.53.2 may have encountered an issue with the Auto Catch features. This problem is triggered if users update to version 11.1.2 on their iOS device.
This issue has been dealt with on units that are now shipping and a firmware update for current Go-tcha users will be available shortly.
All other Go-tcha features are unaffected enabling use of the button to catch when prompted by the Go-tcha animation. For service status and updates please visit www.go-tcha.co.uk
Go-thca Original is now discontinued however you are still able to purchase new devices directly from all good third party stockists.
If your Go-tcha has gone into hibernation mode and will not display anything on the screen you can wake the Go-tcha via using the reset procedure. The Go-tcha can be by inserting and removing the Go-tcha from the charge cable in quick succession (10 times).
Go-tcha is compatible with iPhones running iOS 12 or above. Compatible with Android devices with 2 GB RAM or more, Bluetooth Smart (Bluetooth Ver. 4.0 or higher) capability, and Android Ver. 4.4–7.0 installed.
A full charge takes approx. 1 hour and lasts for approx. 12 hours with continuous use. Standby time is approx. 48 hours
To turn the ‘Auto-catch’ function on, press the Go-tcha button until ‘Auto-catch ON’ is selected.
If you have Auto Catch on:
If you have connected your Go-tcha please ensure that you eject the Go-tcha from within the Pokémon Go application and ensure that it is forgotten within the Bluetooth setting (from all phones and devices).
Once the device has been disconnected please reset your Go-tcha by inserting and removing the Go-tcha from the charge cable in quick succession (10 times).
Once the device has reset please try to pair the Go-tcha within the Pokémon Go application.
Go-tcha is designed with updates in mind. You can update your Go-tcha on the Apple App Store.
No, Go-tcha does not contain a pedometer.
No, Go-tcha does not have a clock.
No, the Go-tcha is not waterproof.