How does nike+ipod work?

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  1. Justv

    Justv Member

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    So how exactly does tHis thing work? Do i need some kind of nike shoe for it to work? Cause i was trying to use it and it told me to walk arouNd to activate sensor. I tried but didnt work, what else do i need?
  2. MuckYu

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    You don't need a nike shoe.
    Just put the sensor in/on your shoe and run
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    b767forever Banned

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    Where did you get the sensor?
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    You can get it from the Apple Store or an Apple reseller.
  5. MuckYu

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    Got mine from amazon, but the battery drains very fast and you have to buy a new one

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  6. iKeirNez

    iKeirNez Active Member

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    Can you not just put new batteries in?
  7. narwal13

    narwal13 Active Member

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    it's kinda pointless if the battery is one use only.
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    dont bother with the sensor. the new app from nike is called nike + gps, it uses the accelerometer to track your speed, works pretty good on ipod touch 4g

    much cheaper than spending $20 for a sensor
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    How does it work with iPod Touch 4G when it doesn't have GPS built-in?
    Are you sure it works?
  10. iphonealb

    iphonealb New Member

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    Im not sure if you are searching for something like this Pedometer
    You dont need a sensor.

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