Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Iphone does not recognize jbl flip to connect via bluetooth. It did once and now it won't do it anymore. It also will not connect with more than one phone (at different times)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: bluetooth phone
I would ask the dealer for support, but if he won't help for free. Check Alldata.com. They have the Factory Service manuals you can subscribe to for a low fee.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
SOURCE: Simpletech 160GB has a constant
Last hope attempt: dismantle the casing and extract the actual disk from inside it; put it in a desktop and see if it's recognized there. If even that fails then the disk is dead, time for a new one.
Posted on Jul 07, 2011
SOURCE: it cannot connect with mobile
Here is something to try on your iPhone. Hopefully it should fix your problem.
On the iphone, delete all the headsets you may have used from the UI of the iphone.
Turn off the headset.
Warm reset the iphone, press and hold the home and power keys on the iphone for 10s, the screen will go blank and the phone will reset.
While the iphone is rebooting, turn on the headset again and put it into pairing mode with the LED flashing red/white, red/white ...
Now when the iphone is ready, make it search for the headset.
When you see the "9xxPlantronics - Not Paired" entry on the iphone UI, then tap the screen where this message is displayed and the iphone will pair to the headset.
Good luck from Headsets Direct - 800-914-7996.
Posted on Aug 22, 2011
SOURCE: my samsung GT-C3222 won't read
This phone record videos in 176 x 144 pixel resolution, 15 pictures per second. The video file is compressed with H.263 standard and formatted with MPEG4 header. In case the other phone uses a different format, or a higher resolution, your phone most probably will not be able to play the received video file.
Your phone can display JPEG, GIF, animated GIF, PNG, and WBMP type pictures. Other phones can display SWF (animated) pictures as well.
Posted on Sep 04, 2011
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