Skype will not work correctly on ipod touch 1st generation
The skype software will only allow you to chat on skype. it will not allow you to speak through the microphone. i have an apple genuine earphones with the microphone. i can hear the person i talk to but the speech doesnt work.
Re: skype will not work correctly on ipod touch 1st...
The iPod Touch 1 generation has a ear phone jack whit no microphone in, it has only 3 pins in it. However you could connect a microphone special designed for the dock connector where is a stereo line in option. The only problem is that those microphones are much more expensive then an iPod Touch first generation.
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On a Mac mini made in 2010 or later, you'll need to use an external microphone to communicate as they're not built in. Plugging in a pair of Apple EarPods or headphones into the headphone jack should work just fine.
USB microphones will also do the trick (but you'll need to adjust some audio settings in Skype).
Try using different applications that use the microphones like skype or other chat software. You haven't mentioned which OS you are using. Depending on which one, you'd have settings that enables you to choose between multiple microphones like the mic of your headset and the internal mic.
If these do not work, your mic must have become defective and might need to be serviced or repaired.
Launch the Logitech QuickCam or Webcam software on your computer. Verify that you see yourself Logitech Webcam software window. Close the software window. Sign in to Skype. Click the "Tools" menu and select "Options." Click "Video Settings," check the "Enable Skype Video" and "Start my video automatically when I am in a call" boxes. Select your Logitech QuickCam from the drop-down list. Your webcam should display video in the window. Click "Audio Settings" if your QuickCam has a built-in microphone and select it from the microphone drop-down list. Check the "Let Skype adjust my audio settings" box in "Audio Settings" so Skype recognizes your microphone. Click "Save" to save the options for your audio and video settings. Skype will close the options menu.
click start control panel on the left select hardware and sound then select manage audio devices then recording you should see a microphone right click select enablewindows 7
click start control panel on the left select hardware and sound then select manage audio devices then recording you should see a microphone right click selectconfigure speech recognition then you will see earphones with a speaker among a list set up a microphone headset with microphonethen next and next againyou should see your earphones with microphone being configured click start control panel sounds and audio devices select advanced there might be a tick in the mute box untick it or select audio from the microphone drop down list make sure you have the right one selected and in the volume box make sure the microphone box has a tick in it or select the voice tab make sure that you have the right media selected also select volume make sure the box for microphone has a tick in it
window 7 right click on the speaker icon in the taskbar select either playback or recording devices you should see your microphone listed under the recording tab right click on it select
properties at the bottom select use this device enable
This is always tricky with 1st generation iPod touches. After a while they can't handle the new software anymore and some functions won't work anymore. Maybe try to downgrade the software. Otherwise you should probably get a new iPod.
ok heres what you need to to but it only works once so get it right the first time and dont do wat you did again. here is what you press. box, power,power,power,power,box,power,box,box,box then press and hold box and power together
Ensure your Wifi settings are configured correctly. Try loading different YouTube videos. If the problems till persists, try restoring your iPod to its original factory settings. To do this, right click your iPod in your iTunes Devices List and select the option to Restore.
Follow these steps : 1. Install the webcam by plugging the USB cable in to the port, and turning on computer. The computer's operating system will find the camera, and ask you to install the driver. The camera should have come with an installation disc. Place the disc in the drive when it prompts you to install the driver click on "Yes." At this time it also will install the camera software. 2. Adjust the camera by going into the camera software. This will allow you to change things like the speaker, microphone and camera resolution settings. Focus by using the ring around the lens. The camera software should also allow you to take still photos from it as well as motion pictures. You can also usually do audio captures. These things will be labeled on the menu usually by obvious icons like a camera for still pictures. 3. Speak into the built in microphone that is in the camera or use an external headphone set. 4. Call a friend with Skype, Yahoo Messenger, ICQ, or Windows Live. All these Voice over IP software applications come integrated with webcam features that will allow you to talk to and see the person you call. To do this simply load up the software and call a person from your call list. To add a contact simply type in new contact and put in a person's e-mail address or user id. Either use a pair of headphones or the camera's built in microphone to speak into. There will be a button in Skype for a video call. The other softwares will also have a feature like this although it may say webcam.