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By Vertikar, Junior Member on 8th April 2012, 08:23 AM
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I brought the AT&T version of the Glide and it didn't come with a wired headset. I've tried a headset for a Galaxy S, but the buttons didn't work. Could anyone with the Rogers headset ( I think it comes with one) share the model number, or if anyone else has a working let me know where I can source one?

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10th April 2012, 07:03 PM |#2  
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I have the headset in my hand that you are mentioning but I do not see any model number anywhere to help you out. All I see is a Samsung logo on each ear piece as well as a Large L or R. On the Wire where it splits from 1 to 2 wires (1 for each ear) there is a small Made in China written on it. No other writing can be seen.
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I have the headset in my hand that you are mentioning but I do not see any model number anywhere to help you out. All I see is a Samsung logo on each ear piece as well as a Large L or R. On the Wire where it splits from 1 to 2 wires (1 for each ear) there is a small Made in China written on it. No other writing can be seen.

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i suggest you use a stereo bluetooth headset instead.
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i suggest you use a stereo Bluetooth headset instead.

Good idea except it is slightly more expensive....Depends on the person's budget.
17th April 2012, 04:39 PM |#6  
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i think you can get a sony one for under 50 dollars torugh ebay. and its prety good. and the model that i have i can exgane the ear plug it self to other earphones.
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I am currently using the HTC Desire Z wired headset.
  • Sound works
  • Mic works
  • Play/pause button works
  • Back and forward buttons are recognized as vol - and +

https://encrypted.google.com/search?q=HTC+RC+E160
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21st April 2012, 09:22 AM |#8  
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I am currently using the HTC Desire Z wired headset.

  • Sound works
  • Mic works
  • Play/pause button works
  • Back and forward buttons are recognized as vol - and +

Awesome, might give that a go, thanks!
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withthat saied maybe other wierd headsets with 3.5 PL (3 input plug) will work.
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withthat saied maybe other wierd headsets with 3.5 PL (3 input plug) will work.

I tried one from a Galaxy S and that didn't want to work.
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