I have been trying to figure out how to play MP3s on something other than the small, tinny sounding speaker on the back of the phone. I got an adapter for the 2.5 jack to plug it into the line in on my car stereo and only got sound from the right speaker. I don't want to waste the money on a bluetooth stereo device if it isn't supported, but can't figure out if it is or not. Alltel says yes, some forums say no.
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Re: no Stereo from Scoop
It is NOT stereo bluetooth compatible (A2DP)
You would need an adapter made specifically do come from an LG headphone port to plug into a radio.
The reason being because the Scoop's port has more contact points than a standard stereo port because it also uses the microphone on the same wire. The adapter you have is not compatible if you are only hearing one audio channel (left - right).
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There are different kinds of mp3s.the files u have may not have the decoders the phone supports.try converting the files u have to the proper ordinary mp3s using a computer and then put them back on the phone and play them.
After trying this myself with a pair of samsung headphones, I searched online and found a review that said the LG Scoop/Rumor doesn't support stereo bluetooth, so the music player probably won't connect to the headphones.
I've had my phone for close on 2 yrs now so I know it quite well. Simple (and obvious) way to test if the phone rings is to ring it from a land line and listen out for the ring tone. Maybe you are not clearly hearing the ring tone from all the other noise around you- try some other ring tones that have varying notes. I downloaded some of songs I like. I found that makes it easier to hear. Don't go for rap music- I found that was the most difficult to hear. I've managed to transfer an mp3 song from my computer onto my phone and use it as a ringtone.
Another way to test the speakers is to play some music through the "entertainment" menu. That way you can test to see if the volume adjustment is working well. If you can only hear the music faintly (as well as all other sounds), then there is probably something wrong with the speaker.
Yes, mine has a green light that flashes occasionally. I think that is the phone checking the signal.