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Apple iPhone 5 Tipps & Tricks Teil 2 (Deutsch) Technikchocolate

Hier folgt nun der zweite Teil von Tipps & Tricks für das iPhone. Viel Spaß damit. Facebook: www.facebook.com/technikchocolate.
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Samsung Galaxy S4 – 10 Tipps & Tricks (Teil 1) – androidnext.de

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Question by Christian: Samsung Galaxy S3 Headphones?
So I just recently got the Samsung Galaxy S3, and I noticed it game with headphones. Now I never have used any headphones like these, they have the squishy outsides, versus the standard solid headphones. Now I don't know what it is, but they keep falling out of my ear with the slightest moves. I'm not sure if their is a certain way to put them in, or if you have to push them in. I know they came with the different sized squishy parts, and I've tried them all, but they all seem to fall out, and honestly I'm not sure what one I'm supposed to be using. They sound great, but their a hassle. Is there a certain way to wear them, also what size do I pick?

Best answer:

Answer by John
I have the same model and headphones. I just push the squishy part into my ear canal (not to deeply though). There's no real trick but you want to pick a size large enough that allows the sides of the squishy part to "grab" the inside of you ear canal. Also make sure the wire has some slack so the earphones aren't being yanked out when you turn your head.

Remember that ears come in all different shapes and sizes. It may be that none of the squishy parts available fit you. I had a similar problem with my iPod earphones.. they never fit me correctly. I ended up buying over-the-ear types that worked well.

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