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Change volume on iPod touch in landscape mode
Authored by: hab136 on Jun 09, '09 09:12:44AM
>Since the iPod touch now has the line out at the bottom

What? It has the headphone connector on the top and the dock connector with line out on the bottom. AFAIK it's never had a line out on top.

>This is one of those hints where I hope someone will say, "you fool, there is a much better way!"

1. The dock has a built-in line out. Not sure why you're not using it - does the Touch not come with it? Charge your phone and play music at the same time, all while keeping it in portrait mode.

If you don't have a dock for whatever reason, they're $29, or for $49 you can get one with a remote even:
http://store.apple.com/us/product/MB125G/B?fnode=MTY1NDA0OQ&mco=MTI4NDA5Ng

2. Use the physical buttons on the side of the device to change volume.

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Change volume on iPod touch in landscape mode
Authored by: asmeurer on Jun 09, '09 12:28:42PM

Using the physical volume controls are great, if your iPod has them. For those of us with original 1G iPod touches, there is not physical volume control.

Personally, I wish that you could disable coverflow altogether. Maybe with iPhone OS 3.0, which lets developers access your iTunes library on your iPod, someone will come up with a better music application than Apple's.



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