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Question About Samsung Muse

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#1 BestBro


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Posted 13 June 2015 - 04:00 AM



I have a question about the Samsung Muse:


I would like to use it for running. However, it would be best for me to keep the mp3 player hidden underneath the T-shirt, so that I can clip it to the waist of pants or so... My question is, are the buttons of the Samsung Muse pressable even when you don't touch them directly but through a shirt material? Do they respond to a change of temperature or do they respond merely to pressure, too?


If Samsung Muse does not have this function, are you aware of any mp3 player that does?



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Posted 13 June 2015 - 09:58 PM

I no longer have mine. I gave it to a person in need. But mine did not respond to thermal activity, only by touch. I cannot verify that today, but that's how I remember mine behaving.

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