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Hello everyone,

As you may remember we’ve posted previously about the Smart Wireless Headset pro and introduced all the cool features that make it the ultimate headset for handling calls and even for use as a stand-alone mp3 player (saving your phone battery in the process!).

Since we launched the product we’ve been listening to your feedback across our forums, and in response we’ve further enhanced the experience by releasing a new software update 0.1.C.0.3.

To get the lowdown on how to update your Smart Wireless Headset pro software, click through to our software update page here.

Once you have got your software updated, below are a few tips and tricks to getting the most out of it!

Firstly, the easiest way to get your top tracks onto your Smart Wireless Headset pro? Use the CCR-80 (micro SD card reader included in the kit*), plug the reader into the USB port of your computer, insert your SD card, transfer your music files and then just slide your updated SD card back into your headset and you are ready to rock!

There are also some useful hot key shortcuts on the Smart Wireless Headset pro. When listening to the radio, you can save the radio frequency of your choice by pressing the previous and next track buttons simultaneously on the headset. Thus your favorite station will only ever be a click away. You can also directly access the call log of your Android phone by doing a long press on the answer/end button on the headset making those last dialed numbers easily accessible.

As always, we’ll be keeping you informed on all the latest updates to make sure that you get the best possible experience from all our products.

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

*N.B.: As the kits are differing from market to market, if you do have one without the CCR-80 in the kit content, you can use any micro SD card reader with USB 2.0 high-speed.