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== Overview ==
 
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Getting the volume key respons
 
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== Description ==
 
== Description ==
 
The Remote Control API (RemCon) can be used for getting events from volume up/down key events. The RemCon API also provides event types for handling event from other media keys (Play/Pause, Stop, Forward, Rewind); however, events from these keys cannot be captured as they are reserved only for the Music Player application.<br>'''See also'''<br>Utilizing media keys
 
The Remote Control API (RemCon) can be used for getting events from volume up/down key events. The RemCon API also provides event types for handling event from other media keys (Play/Pause, Stop, Forward, Rewind); however, events from these keys cannot be captured as they are reserved only for the Music Player application.<br>'''See also'''<br>Utilizing media keys
 
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Overview

Getting the volume key respons

Description

The Remote Control API (RemCon) can be used for getting events from volume up/down key events. The RemCon API also provides event types for handling event from other media keys (Play/Pause, Stop, Forward, Rewind); however, events from these keys cannot be captured as they are reserved only for the Music Player application.
See also
Utilizing media keys

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