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"The term "jukebox" came into use in the United States around 1940, apparently derived from the familiar usage "juke joint", derived from the Gullah word "juke" or "joog" meaning disorderly, rowdy, or wicked" (Wikipedia)
I have had a Samsung Juke and love it, but the ok button isn't working. There are 2 easy steps to fix any buttons that will not work no matter how hard you press.
1. Take out the battery and leave it for about 7 hours, it you can, write down numbers if you need to contact people. Make sure your phone is off when you take it out. If your end button won't work, wait for it to die.
2. Put the battery back in. If it didn't work, wait about 10 minutes. Than if it didn't work, report to your nearest Verizon Store to get it fixed.
it is the same for me. what i did was i took at the battery over night and put it back in. it could make it better or worse. after, bring it to the verizon store you got it from, or if you ordered online, any one.
I had the same problem. I would push the button and nothing would pop up. What I ended up doing was pushing the button, while wedging a pin in between the silver part and the colored back of the phone.
Hi Koonjul. I have a similar problem with my Giga Juke occasionally, and the way I get around it is to power off (at the mains) both the server and the slave units. Switch back on the server and wait for it to connect to the network successfully. Then switch back on the slave unit and it usually reconnects to the server successfully. If this doesn't work, then switch them both off at the mains again and also power off the network router. Switch back on the router and wait for it to come back up completely. Then switch back on the server and slave units as above.
Mac JUKE Solution ,I have 416 songs on my JUKE and here is how I did it. Plug your JUKE into your Mac ,turn it on , go to music on your JUKE ,scroll to <sync music> close your JUKE. Look on your desk top for <TELACHIPS> go to Applications then Utilities then Disc Utility. Open Disk Utility click on the <1.9 GB Samsung Drive Icon> select <partition> under format select <Mac OS extended Journaled> run the program . Now you have a Mac Drive an can drop and drag iTunes into the <music. folder inside the TELACHIPS icon . If you have bought music from iTunes DON'T put it on your JUKE it is locked and will screw things up! there are ways to unlock them, It's all on the Internet