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TIP: Smarter Media Player control with up/down slider
Posted by Arne Hess - on Wednesday, 15.05.02 - 16:39:00 CET under 11 - Tips and Tutorials - Viewed 8507x
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Maybe you like to use your Pocket PC also for playing MP3s? I use it often in the bed while I'm reading a book, I'm listen some of my MP3s or even some radio streaming.

If you do the same, don't forget to configure the button assignment of your Pocket PC Windows Media Player for a more convenient usability. So you can assign the hardware buttons with Media Player functions like Sart, Stop, Pause and so on. But you can also configure the Volume and for this I like to use Up and Down Button/Slider of the HP Jornada 565 and Casio E-200.

By configuring the Up and Down button on the left side of the Jornada or the left Slider of the Casio E-200 you can control the Media Player volume pretty easy, even if you carry it in your jacket pocket.

To configure your hardware buttons too, just open the Media Player

  • Tap Tools and open Settings
  • Now tap Buttons
  • First select the Function you want to assign to your hardware button
  • Now press the to be mapped button, that's it

Now you can control the volume of the Media Player even with closed eyes. Unfortunately the Compaq iPAQs doesn't includes side buttons or a slider because the Jacket concept.

Cheers ~ Arne


 

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