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Automatic (unwanted) skipping of songs on my VX8600

When i play music on my phone and shut the phone, the phone will sometimes either skip, pause or reverse the song to another one on its own. this only happens when the front display turns off, then its fine. whats worng with it? it there any way to fix it?

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  • adaml23 Dec 01, 2007

    sorry, it only happens while the front display is on, not off. once it goes dark, it wont happen.



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Mine does that too. i figured the front buttons were just too sensitive.

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