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FS ipods, bluetooth, and vodafone laptop data card, iphone bluetooth module, iphone griffin case

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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months agoFeedback:49 Positive/1 Neutral/0 Negative
ipod 1
bare ipod shuffle in silver 1Gb £12

ipod 2
bare ipod 20Gb monchrome with clickwheel, currently sad face and sometimes folder icon messed about with it BUT I cant get it working £14

bluetooth ipod transmitter
plugs into dock connector and bluetooths the music (A2DP) elswhere - eg bluetooth headphones pretty sure its made by jabra, also works with iphone £14

bluetooth hands free kit/stereo headphones sony ericsson
not sure of model number but these were really dear :( and only got minimal use. they work with the transmitter above and are fully boxed with charger, I will also include a genuine in car charger by SE (that includes a little torch :) ) £28

vodafone pcmcia data card for a laptop
i got this second hand and have never used it but bought from a reliable source, it has a little hole in it to put a sim card in (exact model number escapes me at mo) £11

griffin elan case for iphone (1st gen) £8
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months agoFeedback:49 Positive/1 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
so no charger for the shuffle? is it working?
#2
i'll offer £6 for the faulty ipod
#3
Fully working but no charger, and that could be an issue. It doesnt charge like a normal ipod. Its a special cable that goes into the earphone socket.

But if you already have a shuffle, you have the cable.

Stev
#4
pikachu12
i'll offer £6 for the faulty ipod


DEF cant do it for £6 - sorry

Steev
#5
whohasmyname
DEF cant do it for £6 - sorry

Steev


lol its ok i knew it was a long shot
#6
I'll take the shuffle at £12 + ? for recorded
PM/email your paypal addy or i can payin at your bank over the counter monday AM
Cheers
#7
Have you tried the 'loose HDD connection' trick with the iPod? The sad face folder icon is usually for that reason.
Google is your friend
#8
Whats the condition like of the faulty ipod ?

I'll offer £10 delivered depending.
#9
£7 for the faulty iPod here
#10
How about £14inc for the shuffle via paypal and to include recorded del.
Can post tom if payment is made tonight.

For iPod. If I get £10 in my pocket you can have it for that. £11 by bt and it's yours.

Steev
#11
Can i get pic's please and the condition of the ipod (faulty)
#12
Hi

pics of the ipod are not possible at this time but its fair to say it is in VERY used condition.

It would not be suitable as a gift :)

Steev
#13
ok - rule me out then - ty
#14
Shuffle posted :)
#15
Interested in iPhone Bluetooth module - are you able to post a pic? Also, how old is it? Thanks...
#16
Will try to post one later. I've had it working with my iPod (fifth gen) and my first gen iPhone, not got round to trying it with my second gen iPhone.
#17
whohasmyname
Will try to post one later. I've had it working with my iPod (fifth gen) and my first gen iPhone, not got round to trying it with my second gen iPhone.


Thanks...I'll check back later to see if you have been able to do pic. Or if this product is still online and you have a link to the description, that would be good too.
#18
http://www.engadget.com/2006/07/02/jabra-announces-ipod-bluetooth-adapter/

thats what it looks like

and here are some people talking about it..

http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=344566

Camera out of action at the monment :(

This comes as unit only, you need a usb to mi ni usb to charge it up

Steev
#19
looks like it could be an easy fix for someone:

http://digg.com/apple/How_To_Fix_an_Ipod_with_the_Sad_iPod_Icon

I'd have this if I wasn't buying a Wii, it's a good price. Good luck with the sale.
#20
whohasmyname
http://www.engadget.com/2006/07/02/jabra-announces-ipod-bluetooth-adapter/

thats what it looks like

and here are some people talking about it..

http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=344566

Camera out of action at the monment :(

This comes as unit only, you need a usb to mi ni usb to charge it up

Steev


Thanks, but I'll pass as I don't feel confident to proceed, even though I know you have some feedback on here...it just seems a little odd, as you say in your original post that you're "pretty sure" it's by Jabra, but you've linked to a picture of something that plainly says "Jabra" on it. So either it is or it isn't. Also, you didn't mention the lack of charging equipment till now, and didn't answer my question about how old it was.
#21
No problem, Im sure after selling a £160 iPhone Im now going to rip someone off for the sake of £14.

Originally said "pretty sure" as it was in the bottom of a drawer unused when i posted from my iphone whilst at work the other day. Only on handling the item could i confirm it was indeed by the good people of Jabra.

It was supplied to new to me without "charging equipment" as it draws power from the PC, the cable is included.

As for how old is it, no idea.

If its not worth "risking" £14 on - fair dos BUT dont over analyse the situation and in the process taint my character as a trader, like most of us here Im trying to get a few extra quid for xmas and I have LOTS of very positive feedback an a number of different forums.

Steev
#22
whohasmyname
No problem, Im sure after selling a £160 iPhone Im now going to rip someone off for the sake of £14.

Originally said "pretty sure" as it was in the bottom of a drawer unused when i posted from my iphone whilst at work the other day. Only on handling the item could i confirm it was indeed by the good people of Jabra.

It was supplied to new to me without "charging equipment" as it draws power from the PC, the cable is included.

As for how old is it, no idea.

If its not worth "risking" £14 on - fair dos BUT dont over analyse the situation and in the process taint my character as a trader, like most of us here Im trying to get a few extra quid for xmas and I have LOTS of very positive feedback an a number of different forums.

Steev


Ummm, I think you need to calm down a little bit. I posted some perfectly valid and justified concerns and you seem to have taken it as a personal attack. I don't know you - all I had to go on was this post plus the few instances of HUKD feedback that you have. You didn't originally say anything about feedback on other forums, so how exactly was I supposed to know that? It's pretty easy to see why I wouldn't be confident about the sale based on what you presented prior to your most recent post. I doubt you're trying to rip people off, I think you've just been careless and unclear about listing the details of this item. This in itself isn't confidence-inspiring, which is why I'm passing on the sale.
#23
"Calm down"?

Are you on crack mate?

Steev
#24
whohasmyname
Fully working but no charger, and that could be an issue. It doesnt charge like a normal ipod. Its a special cable that goes into the earphone socket.

But if you already have a shuffle, you have the cable.

Stev



Well after bying the right cable im afraid to say the shuffle isnt as advertised. On/Off button doesn't work and the shuffle doesnt seam to charge correctly or even hold its charge.... Whats the chance of a refund?
#25
N1XUK
Well after bying the right cable im afraid to say the shuffle isnt as advertised. On/Off button doesn't work and the shuffle doesnt seam to charge correctly or even hold its charge.... Whats the chance of a refund?


Glad I steered clear of this guy's bluetooth adapter. Good luck getting a refund, N1XUK.
#26
N1XUK
Well after bying the right cable im afraid to say the shuffle isnt as advertised. On/Off button doesn't work and the shuffle doesnt seam to charge correctly or even hold its charge.... Whats the chance of a refund?


It worked perfectly when last used.

This sounds rude but are you sure you are using it correctly?

If you knoe someone with a new gen shufflr you need to look at the quick start guide.

Each button has multiiple functions which are context specific, I will try to find a pdf of the guide in question.

I would much prefer you tried this first (obviously)
Thankyou for the pm - without email notification I was not aware there were any further replies.

IF THIS STILL DOES NOT WORK ONCE WE HAVE FOUND THE INSTRUCTIONS I WILL HAPPILY REFUND ON ITS RETURN.

Steev
#27
Chia
Glad I steered clear of this guy's bluetooth adapter. Good luck getting a refund, N1XUK.


He wont need any luck :)
#28
Page 8 of this is sort of whay I mean - but not quite the document I had in mind.

http://manuals.info.apple.com/en/iPod_shuffle_Features_Guide.pdf

HTH

Steev
#29
whohasmyname
He wont need any luck :)


OK, fair enough. Glad to see you back on the thread addressing his concerns.

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