I purchased one of those small "button microphones" for my iPod Touch 2g, thinking I could use it (among other things) for making Skype calls. I realized that inserting the mic would disable the iPod's internal speaker, but I'd read that the Skype app allows you to override this through some kind of "speakerphone" function. Well I have the mic and the Skype app, but I can't for the life of me figure out how to turn on this "speakerphone" mode to allow the internal speaker to function while the mic is inserted. Can anyone explain exactly how to configure the Skype app to let me do this??? Thanks. ------------------double post merged------------------Well, no responses from other users out there. Good thing I figured out a solution on my own. For anyone else wondering the same thing I was, there is no way to set this up through the Skype settings. BUT, if you have a mic inserted in the iPod (a mic without attached headphones, that is) and make a Skype call a pop-up will ask you if you want to activate the speakerphone function. If you have the regular headphone/mic inserted you won't get this pop-up. Once the speakerphone is activated both the internal speaker and the mic will function, making this just like an iPhone (that you hold to head like a real cell phone) that only works on wifi.