Is it possible to pause, stop or rewind audio playback on Nokia phones

We’re starting to use audio recordings related to specific pregnancy risk
factors, and some of the recordings are a bit long (e.g. 90 seconds).
While audio playback can be started and restarted on my Nokia 5130 using
the ‘#’ key, I have not found a way to pause, stop or rewind the audio. Is
there perhaps a separate key combination that can be used to pause, stop or
rewind an audio recording that is currently playing?

We’re using a combination of Nokia 5120 and Nokia C2 phones.
(I found this pagehttps://wiki.commcarehq.org/display/commcarepublic/Turn+up+the+volumethat describes how to adjust the playback volume)

Thanks, Ray

Ray,

Unfortunately there are very few input modalities available for interacting
with audio in a way that is both intuitive and feature rich. Right now
we’re erring on the side of fewer interaction modes (there are basically no
free keys for doing so, so it would need to be an interactive set of
buttons on-screen, which most of our low-literacy users would have an
extremely difficult time with).

One possibility is to look into Nokia phones which have explicit media
interaction buttons. In the past I’ve used a Nokia X-Press Music model
which had play/pause buttons which worked correctly with the audio (and I
believe video) playback used by CommCare.

-Clayton

··· On Tue, Jan 3, 2012 at 10:46 AM, Ray Brunsting wrote:

We’re starting to use audio recordings related to specific pregnancy risk
factors, and some of the recordings are a bit long (e.g. 90 seconds).
While audio playback can be started and restarted on my Nokia 5130 using
the ‘#’ key, I have not found a way to pause, stop or rewind the audio. Is
there perhaps a separate key combination that can be used to pause, stop or
rewind an audio recording that is currently playing?

We’re using a combination of Nokia 5120 and Nokia C2 phones.
(I found this pagehttps://wiki.commcarehq.org/display/commcarepublic/Turn+up+the+volumethat describes how to adjust the playback volume)

Thanks, Ray