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Belkin Bluetooth Car Hands-Free Kit for Apple iPhone, iPod, BlackBerry,and Android Smartphones

Belkin Bluetooth Car Hands-Free Kit for Apple iPhone, iPod, BlackBerry,and Android Smartphones
Belkin Bluetooth Car Hands-Free Kit for Apple iPhone, iPod, BlackBerry,and Android Smartphones


Product Added : April 18th, 2013
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I want to play my music through my vehicle stereo and answer phones call by way of the constructed-in bluetooth in my telephone.”

  • Routes calls and music from a smartphone through car speakers
  • Seamlessly switches in between calls and music
  • Embedded microphone mounts anywhere on the dashboard for the best voice pick-up
  • Bluetooth connects to smartphone
  • Aux-In connects to auto stereo
  • ?Wirelessly plays music from your iPhone/iPod touch to your auto stereo
  • Allows you to answer phone calls
  • Bluetooth microphone has DSP to assist eliminate echo noise
  • Button-much less pairing
  • Multi-device pairing

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Question by ~Swallow The Sun~: How can i get music onto my verizon wireless phone for free?
I bought a Samsung SCH-u740 and i want to know how i can get music onto it for cost-free. Can i somehow transfer it from itunes? I do not want to have to spend funds for something i shouldn’t be paying for. Can an individual please tell me how i can get music onto it? Do i require a micro SD card or one thing?

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Answer by big e
you need a micro sd card to load the songs into your telephone… if you want to go from itunes to your verizon telephone you would need to convert them back to regular mp3 so that you can transfer them to the u740.

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What customers say about Belkin Bluetooth Car Hands-Free Kit for Apple iPhone, iPod, BlackBerry,and Android Smartphones?

  1. 158 of 173 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    So Close, but 2 Major Shortfalls. I bet V2 will be perfect, February 21, 2011
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    This review is from: Belkin Bluetooth Car Hands-Free Kit for Apple iPhone, iPod, BlackBerry,and Android Smartphones (Wireless Phone Accessory)

    This device is really close to being a great product. The small adapter with a USB port is great, and the single button/mic operation is a clean and attractive design. This works for playing music from your phone via a bluetooth connection without any wired connections, and it works as a handsfree device as a relatively cheap option to factory-installed bluetooth in your car. The main reason I bought this was to act as a handsfree bluetooth device so I could talk/listen on my phone through my car speakers when a call came in. Sound quality is acceptable, echo cancellation works, but there does not seem to be any other noise suppression. So, if you are driving on a highway, placement of the microphone/button is critical.

    The first major shortfall is that it does not autoconnect– you need to press the button so your phone connects. That means I need to press the button every time I start my car. That may not seem like a big deal, but autoconnect on bluetooth headsets has been around for many years and should be standard on this device. Because it does not autoconnect, I rarely remember to hit the button when I get in the car. Whenever a call comes in, I can’t answer since I forgot to manually connect my phone. Also, every time I press the button to connect, it starts playing music on my iPhone, that isn’t a big deal, but it is worth noting.

    The 2nd major shortfall is that it can only pair with one phone. If my wife ever wants to drive my car, she won’t be able to use the bluetooth handsfree from her phone. Again, this is another standard feature with current bluetooth headsets and should be standard on this device.

    I’ll bet that they fix these two problems on V2, and that may make it a perfect device.

    One other note for people who are thinking about buying this– if your cigarette lighter does not turn off when you turn off your car, you will constantly have to unplug it so it does not drain your battery. My lighter turns off, so I don’t have that problem.

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  2. 64 of 70 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Handy device – as long as your receiver has an aux input on the front, December 20, 2010
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    This is one of the easiest blue-tooth gadgets to use, and one of the handiest. Unlike most other hands-free add-ons, this one does NOT use an FM transmitter to broadcast over your car stereo- it uses a 2.5mm jack (mini-headphone size – same as an iPod.) This of course means that your receiver has to have an available jack to plug into. Assuming your vehicle is so equipped, then this is probably the best hands-free add on you could find. One large button controls it all (It also houses the microphone.) There’s a plate that gets stuck to your dash – the dash side is foam adhesive tape, the other grabs the button with a magnet.

    At one end of the cable is that button/mic combination – this attaches to the dash. At the other end is a standard cigarette lighter style plug. Stick this in the auto’s outlet (I guess they are no longer called lighters.) This end also has the plug that sticks into your sound system’s aux jack. That’s it. Since it’s blue-tooth, your phone can be in your pocket, on the seat, where-ever. You can play music via your phone (I use my Droid X) and answer/make calls.

    Since the button attaches via a magnet, you can remove the Aircast and store it in the glove compartment when not in use.

    One handy feature is the built-in USB charging port. This is located on the end of the outlet. So while it’s plugged in it powers the Aircast, but can also power and charge your USB device (phone, etc.) Also included is an extension cable for the stereo jack.

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  3. The SCH-u740 handset features several different methods, listed below, to transfer MP3 files to the handset. Each are explained, in depth, further down the page.

    Click on a method listed below to go directly to that media transfer method instructions.

    SCH-u740 Media Transfer Methods

    Format a Memory Card
    To a Memory Card
    From a Memory Card
    Using Windows Media Player & USB Cable
    Download from Verizon

    Please Note: The Media Player does not necessarily support all features of a particular file format nor all the variations of those formats. The Media Player includes support for Windows Media Digital Rights Management (WMDRM) which allows you to play some purchased or subscription content. These copyright protections may prevent some images, music (including ringtones) and other content from being copied, modified, transferred or forwarded.

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    Format a Memory Card

    To transfer MP3 files (via a memory card), from a PC, to the SCH-u740 handset requires having a Memory Card, Memory Card Adaptor & Memory Card Reader. The memory card must first be formatted, by the handset, in order for the handset to create the accessible, “My Music”, folder.

    To format a Memory Card, using the handset, follow the steps below:

    Insert the microSD™ memory card into the memory card slot, located on the right side of the handset
    While in standby mode, press the OK button for Menu
    Select Settings & Tools, using the navigation keys
    Select Memory (8)
    Select Card Memory (3)
    Press the right soft key for Options
    Select Format Card (1)
    Highlight Yes, using the navigation keys
    Press the OK button to confirm formatting the memory card
    Note: Any contents currently stored on the MicroSD™ memory card will be deleted after this action is performed

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    To transfer music To a Memory Card, from a PC

    Insert the MicroSD™ memory card into the MicroSD™ memory card adapter, if necessary
    Insert the MicroSD™ memory card or MicroSD™ memory card adapter into an SD card reader (Card readers may vary. Follow the installation instructions included with your card reader.)
    Open the My Computer folder and double click the icon for the MicroSD™ memory card reader drive to open that folder
    Create a folder called “My Music” inside the MicroSD™ memory card and drag or download music files into that folder. Handset will play mp3, aac or aac+ file types
    Remove the MicroSD™ memory card from the MicroSD™ memory card reader
    Insert the microSD™ memory card into the memory card slot, located on the right side of the handset

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    To transfer MP3 files From a Memory Card to the handset follow the steps below:

    While in standby mode, press the OK button for Menu
    Select GET IT NOW, using the navigation keys
    Select Music & Tones (1)
    Select My Music (4)
    Highlight, using the navigation keys, the MP3 file located in the Music Library
    Press the right soft key for Options
    Select Move Song or Album
    Highlight Yes, using the navigation keys
    Press the OK button to confirm moving the Song or Album to the phone memory
    Note: The MP3 files MUST be located in the My Music folder on the memory card

    Caution: Do not remove a memory card from the handset or turn off the handset while data is being accessed or transferred. This could result in loss of data and/or damage to the memory card or to the handset.

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    Sync Music, Using a USB Cable, with Windows Media™ Player

    The Sync Music option allows you to transfer music files from your PC directly to the handset. In order to use this option, you must have Windows Media™ Player 10 on your PC. Windows Media™ Player 10 is only compatible with Windows XP® operating systems. Note: The Sync Music feature is only available in Landscape Mode.

    Note: Windows Media™ Player 11 is not compatible with the Sync Music feature. For setup of Windows Media™ Player 10, refer to the following resources:

    To download the Windows Media™ Player 10: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/mp10/default.aspxon 9

    Tips on getting started: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/mp10/usingplayer.aspx

    Common questions: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/mp10/troubleshooting.aspx

    Troubleshooting error messages:http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/mp10/errors.aspx

    To transfer music files using the Sync Music feature follow the steps below:

    While in Landscape standby mode, plug the USB cable into the handset and connect it to a USB port on the PC
    Press the OK button for Menu
    Select GET IT NOW, using the navigation keys
    Select Music & Tones (1)
    Select Sync Music (6)
    The handset should display the message, “Connected Do not disconnect cable during transfer”
    Open Windows Media Player 10 on the PC and select the SYNC option
    Drag the songs you want to transfer to the right-hand side (The left-hand side of the Windows Media Player will display the files on your PC)
    Click Start Sync, on the bottom right-hand side of the Windows Media Player 10
    A “Synchronization Complete” message will appear on the handset when downloading is complete
    Disconnect the USB cable
    To return to standby mode, press the End key
    Caution: Do not remove the USB cable from the handset/PC or turn off the handset while data is being accessed or transferred. This could result in loss of data and/or damage to the PC or to the handset.

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    Download from Verizon V CAST Music Online Store

    MP3′s may also be available for download from the Verizon V CAST Music Online Store. Please contact your service provider for more details.

    Verizon Wireless Contact Information:

    Online: http://www.verizonwireless.com
    By Phone: 888-466-4646





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