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How do I rewind the Samsung Q3 Mp3 player when playing an audio book?

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Whilst listening to the audiobook in question, hold down the left arrow on the control pad (the area with buttons down the bottom. After holding this down for long enough, the audiobook should rewind.

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Hold the back button down, it will rewind then. but audio books normally have chapters, so just skip to the chapter you wanna listen too again

Posted on Mar 02, 2011

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