Omnipod® 5 Smartphone Compatibility

The Omnipod 5 Automated Insulin Delivery System consists of three parts: the Pod, the Omnipod 5 App and the Dexcom G6. When you get started on Omnipod 5, you can access the Omnipod 5 App using the separate wireless Controller included in your first prescription or connect via a compatible smartphone.

Android

Below is a list of smartphones that can use the Omnipod 5 App to control the system. If you don’t see your device listed below, check back soon, we’re working to get more devices added to the list. You can still control the Omnipod 5 System with the wireless Omnipod 5 Controller, provided at no cost to you with your first prescription.

If you’re already using the Omnipod 5 App on your compatible smartphone and have questions, click here

 

 

Samsung Compatible Smartphone List

Google Compatible Smartphone List

  

The Omnipod 5 App for iPhone – Coming in 2024

The Omnipod 5 App for iPhone has received FDA 510(k) clearance! Omnipod 5 will be the first tubeless automated insulin delivery (AID) system with full smartphone control from an iPhone or Android smartphone.

The Omnipod 5 App for iPhone is being tested for compatibility with a range of iPhone models that run iOS 17 and above. More information and a full compatibility list will be available once the Omnipod 5 App for iPhone is released on the App Store.

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Phone Control FAQs

What is the v1.2.1 release for compatible smartphones and why do I see an “Omnipod 5 App error” after updating?

I’m having trouble connecting my Omnipod 5 Pod to the App on my phone. What should I do?

What happens in the event I lose or break my personal smartphone?

What if I need to upgrade or change my smartphone? Will my settings be saved in the Omnipod 5 App itself?

How do I determine if my phone is compatible with the Omnipod 5 System?

How often will Insulet update the mobile device compatibility guide?

Can I use the Dexcom G6 receiver instead of the mobile app as part of the Omnipod 5 System?

Is a separate prescription from my healthcare provider needed to use the Omnipod 5 App on my personal smartphone?

If I have a compatible smartphone, how do I start using my personal smartphone to control the Omnipod 5 System?

Will using the Omnipod 5 App have an impact on the battery life of my smartphone?

Can I use my phone normally while delivering insulin?

What are the recommended Android phone settings?

Will insulin delivery control work in Airplane mode?

Is the Omnipod 5 App secure?

What does it mean when a smartphone is compatible with Omnipod 5? Is it the operating system and the phone model?

Will cell phone signal or connectivity quality have an impact on insulin delivery functions?

Will the Omnipod 5 App still work on my phone if I download a new Operating System that becomes available?

Can I use the Dexcom G6 receiver instead of the mobile app as part of the Omnipod 5 System?

Why do I have to use the Dexcom Mobile App instead of the receiver?

What if I don’t have a compatible phone for Dexcom?