Looking for Sony Ericsson W760a: tips & tricks? The Sony Ericsson W760a is a multimedia powerhouse that allows you to play your favorite music and games. The Sony Ericsson W760a tips and tricks below will help you get the most out of your phone.
- Walkman Player. The Sony Ericsson W760a is known for its Walkman player. To play music on your Sony Ericsson W760a using the Walkman player, go to Menu, then Media, then Music. Use the up and down navigation keys to select the song you wish to play and select "Play". By pressing the center navigation key, you can stop the playing music. Using the left and right navigation keys, you can scroll through the various songs that you have on your Sony Ericsson W760a.
- Shake Control. When you are playing music on your Sony Ericsson W760a, you do not always have to use the navigation keys to switch which song is playing. You can switch to the next song on your list by holding down the Walkman key on your Sony Ericsson W760a and flicking the phone to the right. You can go to the previous song by flicking the phone to the left. By pressing down the Walkman button and shaking your Sony Ericsson W760a back and forth, you can shuffle tracks. You can also increase and decrease the volume on your Sony Ericsson W760a by holding the Walkman button and shaking the phone either up or down.
Bluetooth. Your Sony Ericsson W760a is bluetooth compatible, which means you can pair it up with any other bluetooth compatible device, such as a GPS or hands free headset. To turn on the bluetooth feature on your Sony Ericsson W760a, go to "Menu", then "Settings", then "Connectivity", then
Bluetooth", then "Turn On". Once you have your bluetooth compatible device turned on, go to "My Devices", which is under the "Bluetooth" menu, and select "New Device", your Sony Ericsson W760a will automatically locate your device.
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