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The two tabs usually are just installed into loose fitting slots, and the bend in the tabs is what creates the "spring" action (and contact) on the battery terminals. To reinvigorate the tabs, you have to bend the portion of the tab that touches the battery terminal into the box, but you HAVE to hold the half of the tab with the soldered wire stationary while you do it. It works well, but requires patience. However, sometimes you can't get it to work, in which case go to a music store and order a replacement box (Allparts.com often has what you might need).
then go to the song/songs highlight them right click them and send to your usb unit
open the box where songs are stored but make the box smaller by clicking the square box symbol up in the top right hand side of the music box and then go down one of the sides of the same box hover your mouse slowly over the edge until it changes to a left & right arrow
then click on it and drag it to make it smaller
then go to my computer find the usb unit open that and do the same to that box so that you then have two boxes opened on your desktop
then go to the music box hightlight the music and simply drag over into the usb box
Simply plug the small USB key into your computer, turn on the SoundLink system and select your music--iTunes, Pandora®, whatever you like. That's it. No networks to configure, no cables to run. And you can control your music using the handy remote.
Remove the battery in the machine and put back. Also, remove the battery in the remote and insert a good battery.
To turn off youe aux simply press the aux botton on your phone i am sure it will work.
MOST pedal devices ENABLE the battery when the INPUT audio cable is inserted (there is a switch on the jack it plugs into). This automatically connects the battery when you go to use it... ALSO if you leave the cable plugged in will DRAIN the battery.
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try to use the phone as a mass storage. 1.Insert
a formatted memory card into the memory card slot on the handset, located under
the battery cover 2.Navigate
to the location of the MP3 file(s) then copy to the Windows clipboard 3.Plug
the USB cable into both the handset & the PC 4.If
the Select USB Mode box appears on the phone display, select Mass Storage oIf
the Select USB Mode box doesn't appear, change the USB setting to Mass Storage oWhen
successfully connected, the handset will show the connected icon
on the top of the display 5.A new
Removable Disk box will appear on the PC's monitor, prompting "What do you
want Windows to do?" 6.Double
click on "Open folder to view files using Windows Explorer" 7.Paste
the MP3 file(s) into the phone's Sounds folder
well you can accss it by going to your music and if she wants a mp3 than you should get a Micro SD 8 GB so that she can hold music on the phone you insert this card next to the battery first you have to take out the battery though
Download itunes (http://www.apple.com/itunes/) Make an itunes account (itunes store) insert mayment info enjoy,download the music then drag it into "windows explorer"
1)go to http://www.frostwire.com and download the latest version of frostwire....
3)launch frostwire,set up wizard (very easy!)
4)go to the music tab (insert song name)
5)A list will come up (click the song you wish to download
6)Once download, from the download box (drag downloaded song into the mp3 players folder!)
7)enjoy listening to great music!
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