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Playback Last time I deleted all audio files and uploaded the new ones, it doesn't start playing automattically. In addition, it doesn't keep in memory the setting e.g. shuffle and rock options, that i used last time. Even if you set them ones again, as soon as you turn it off and turn it on again, you need to set everything back and push play((( Before it, evrything was ok. Tell me what's wrong with it?

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Hi Vitt, There are two ways to switch off the AudioDream, the power switch or holding the Menu button for 5-6 seconds. When the power switch is used changes in the settings are not saved to memory. After changing settings always power down the AudioDream by pressing the Menu button. This will save the changes you made. Have a good one! El Duderino

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2
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Recording a Personal Greeting
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Recording a Personal Greeting
Your answering system comes with a pre-recorded outgoing message or greeting that plays when you receive a
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personal outgoing greeting. Your recorded greeting must be between two seconds and thirty seconds long.
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