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IP4 compatibility issue

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I checked the APPLE site regarding the issue with IP4 headphones being compatible with the 3GS or not, and it turns it they should be.

However, for me, the volume control or whatever the "+" or "-" represent doesn't seem to function on my 3GS. Is this function on capable with the Iphone 4 and not the 3GS?

Thank you for your help.
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