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access to earphone built in buttons

21st June 2014, 06:03 PM   |  #11  
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Bro.. can u tell me your Sony headset model name? I want to buy one for my moto e

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22nd June 2014, 04:34 AM   |  #12  
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Bro.. can u tell me your Sony headset model name? I want to buy one for my moto e

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Bluetooth one is mw600 and I think its no longer available.

The wired one I got with my xperia ion. the product code written is little washed out but it seems like MH 750

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Is their any way to change our earphone settings... Double tap to change the song is difficult as sometimes it stops music player...
28th October 2014, 11:22 PM   |  #14  
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Is their any way to change our earphone settings... Double tap to change the song is difficult as sometimes it stops music player...

I would be interested in a wired quality earphone able to skip to next song and pause the song. Currently I use my Thinkpad earphones which produce much better sound then the stock Moto E earphones, but I miss any kind of control buttons.

EDIT: I now got a Xperia S earphone and it seems to perfectly working on Moto E. I now also understood that:
1 short click = pause
2 short clicks = forward to next song
3 short clicks = rewind to last song
1 long click = Google Now (would prefer forwarding, need to see if there is a setting)
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