Audio Player 1.31
Audio player for screen reader programs like MSpeak or TALKS, supporting seeking, bookmarking
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Future upgrades are free for registered users.
[ISO] codes shows supported languages/countries.
For the best size/quality, use 16kHz mp3 files from S60 1st Edition to S60 2nd Edition FP1 phones (e.g. Nokia 6600, Nokia 7610), 44.1kHz is available only for newer phones (e.g. Nokia 6680, Nokia N70).
Nokia 7650 has a limited memory, therefore it is recommended to use low bitrate and frequency files, e.g. 32kbits, 8kHz.
You may use the free winLAME encoder to convert existing files to lower bitrates and/or frequency.
Seek: press the joystick left or right for a long time.
Playlist repeating: repeat the playlist or stop when all files have been already played.
Playlist shuffling: songs come in a random order after each other.
Bluetooth headset: switch this on and restart the program if you want to use your Bluetooth headset .
Screen always on: the screen will not go to standby when playing.
ID3 charset: you can display speacial accented characters in the title/author of mp3 files. For Latin-1, use ISO 8859-1; the list of common character sets are listed in help.
Tips and FAQ
Switch the setting in "Menu > Tools > Manager > Options > Settings > Software installation" to "On".
For Nokia 7650 and Siemens SX-1, Bluetooth headsets are not supported. For Nokia 6600 phones, you have to switch Bluetooth headset on in Settings.
WAP: If you have WAP access, the easiest way to install the program is to go to wap.viking.tm and download it there.
PcSuite: download the SIS file, then install it using PcSuite (this requires that you connect your phone to your PC with infrared, Bluetooth or a cable). PcSuite is loacted on the CD-ROM shipped with your phone, or can be downloaded at the manufacturers' homepage (e.g. www.nokia.com).
If you are unable to save the SIS file, click on it with the right mouse button, a select "Save target as..."
Restart your phone.
Restart your phone.
After a successful purchase you will receive the 5-digit registration code. Download and install the trial version of the program. After starting it, press 'Register', then enter the registration code.
If the registration fails, or you haven't received the registration code in 24 hours, contact us.
Newer versions use the same registration code.
Most Nokia phones support only 16kHz, mono audio, so it is recommended to resample your mp3 files (usually 44.1kHz, stereo) e.g. with the free winLAME program [tutorial in pdf] (e.g. to 92kbps, 16kHz, mono).
If you have SX-1, Nokia 6630 or a newer phone supporting 44.1kHz, this process is not recommended!
You need to plug in the earphone about half way, wait a second and then plug it in the rest ( usually this works, but not for all phones!)
Use Menu/Manager or Menu/Tools/Manager to remove the program.
If it does not work, then you should install a file manager utility (we recommend FExplorer), and remove the program installation folder in \system\apps.
Install the new program without removing the old one (the program should not run on the phone). If you are asked to enter the registration code, enter the old code (but usually the program remembers the code).
Future versions are free.
Wireless Link: Requires an infrared or Bluetooth adapter. After connecting the phone to the PC, click on the appearing icon to transfer mp3 files to the phone. For phones with MMC, it is highly recommended to use the MMC card for storing messages (set 'Memory in use' in Menu/Messaging/Settings/Other to 'MMC'
PC Suite: Requires Bluetooth or cable. PcSuite is loacted on the CD-ROM shipped with your phone, or can be downloaded at the manufacturers' homepage (e.g. www.nokia.com).
If you have a phone that does not have a built-in mp3 player, then you have to disable the automatic conversion of mp3 files to wav files [how to switch this off]. Use File Transfer to copy files to the phone.
Memory Card (MMC, RS MMC): Requires an MMC/RS MMC writer. Copy the mp3 files to the MMC directly, then instert the MMC into the phone. Fastest and easiest method.