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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by SilentJ20, Dec 8, 2009.

  1. SilentJ20

    SilentJ20 Newbie
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    New Droid user here.

    I picked up a pair of MOTOROKR EH20's and am having an issue getting the functions to work as the directions state. The single press pauses/plays the music fine, but the double press seems to onle pause then play, not skip to the next track like it should. Does anyone else have experience with these or this issue?


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  2. MountainX

    MountainX Well-Known Member

    Did you find a solution? How do you like the headset?

    I'm looking for a wired headset for the Droid too.
  3. SilentJ20

    SilentJ20 Newbie
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    Haven't solved it yet, but I hope to figure it out soon. The headset is great. music and videos sound great. I actually haven't had anyone call me while I am using it yet, but I assume it would work just fine. Not bad for $20.
  4. SilentJ20

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  5. El Blacksheep

    El Blacksheep Android Enthusiast

    I'm using the BT motorokrs (over-the-ear, not earbud) and they're outstanding. the Play/Pause button works both for the stock media player and for Pandora, as does the skip track button. the last track button obviously doesn't work in Pandora. Call quality is nice too.
  6. SilentJ20

    SilentJ20 Newbie
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    The blue-tooth headphones? I imagine that would function differently than my wired set. It isn't too annoying that I can't skip without using the phone, I normally have it on shuffle anyways. Does anybody else have a wired headset with the one-click play/pause and double-click skip function (the motorokr EH20 has the mic click when pressed/squeezed for the button).
  7. RookTheKlown

    RookTheKlown Well-Known Member

    So I just picked up a pair of these yesterday, and have found that the skip function does in fact work. It's just a matter of timing. If you double-press too quickly it will only register one press, and if you go too slow it will register as pause then play. Just takes a little getting used to.

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