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Fisher-Price Sesame Street Elmo Knows Your Name Cell Phone


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  • Elmo loves to talk to you
  • He knows your name and will chat with you about your day and the weather
  • This interactive phone also features 5 ring tones and and personalized voice mail from Elmo and his Sesame Street friends
  • It's easy to program through a Fisher-Price website and it's the perfect way to stay in touch with your friend Elmo
  • Mini USB Cable not included
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  • Product Dimensions: 2.3 x 9 x 9.1 inches ; 11.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B000MFJFAE
  • Item model number: K3045
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 18 months and up
  • Batteries 3 AAA batteries required. (included)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #368,303 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Elmo loves to talk to you! He calls your child by name, and says several open-ended phrases incorporating your child's name. This interactive phone also features various sound effects, five ring tones and personalized voicemail from Elmo and his Sesame Street friends. You can easily program it through a Fisher-Price website (mini USB cable not included).

Phone features seven playable buttons, including: Answer/Voicemail Button to answer calls from Elmo and to hear messages from Elmo and Sesame Street friends; Ring Tone Button to change the ring tones on the phone; Number Buttons to hear Elmo identify the buttons; and Operator Buttons. Cell phone measures 9" x 9". Requires 3 "AAA" batteries, included.

From the Manufacturer

Elmo Knows Your Name Cell Phone is the only character based toy that knows your child's name and speaks directly to them so children feel that they are interacting with a "real" live special friend. The phone has 7 buttons for play: Answer/Voice Mail button to answer calls from Elmo and to hear messages from Elmo and Sesame friends, Ring Tone button to change the ring tones on the phone, 123, 456, 789 button to hear Elmo identify the buttons (only 3 buttons for the 9 keys) and *0# button to hear the operator.

Customer Reviews

Just thought it was a cute talking phone.
Michele Benefield
I read everyone else's review and thought, "Nah, I can't be that bad or hard to get the thing to work," but everyone was right...this thing is a waste.
M. Wurm
MAC users are unable to download a name because the process involves downloading a .exe program that requires a PC.
D. Bell

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By K. Cole on December 22, 2008
No fewer than 4 adults and 2 computers were used trying to get this thing to say some other name than "Michael" - I see others had the same problem. After my husband and I both tried it, and the download said "100% successful" a million times, we gave it to my cousin to try it on her computer, thinking maybe it was a problem with mine. She tried it and the same thing. She finally took it back to the store, thinking it was defective, and got a new one. The new one did it too. After we all were ready to throw it through the window, it was discovered that there is some kind of tab you have to pull out of it in order to activate it. NOWHERE in the detailed instructions does it tell you this (we kept it in the box because we were going to wrap it back up for Christmas. Apparently you have to take it out of the box). PLEASE put this little detail in the instructions!!! This is why I gave it 2 stars - the kid hasn't even seen it yet - just based on the difficulty on programming.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Beth on July 4, 2007
We bought this phone for our 6 month old despite the age rating of 18 months. I think we wanted it more than he did! It's really easy to program your child's name into it. It took me about 5 minutes. (I do recommend that you go onto FisherPrice.com and double check that your child's name is available in Elmo's data base.) Our son LOVES this toy and we have since given it to two of his friends as gifts. They love it too! The toy is not overly loud like alot of his other toys so it's great for restauraunts, airplanes and other places that your child might need entertainment.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By G. Manouchehri on January 31, 2010
How hard is it to put NOT MAC COMPATIBLE on the box and how hard is it to MAKE IT mac compatible? HEllo....
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer VINE VOICE on March 13, 2008
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I can connect the phone to my computer and have it recognized. I can click and get a 100% complete message downloading and installing the name, but it never does. I never get the name I downloaded. I've called tech support a number of times. They ask the same lame questions, did I plug the phone in using the USB cable, did I download the name I wanted, did I have the exe file on my computer, did I right click or double click the file, did I have the Elmo icon and how did I click on that. All the time I did tell them I was able to launch the software. When the phone wasn't connected it saw that the phone was not connected. When the phone was connected, it showed the download progress bar and then said it was 100% successful, but it never said the name I downloaded. I found the name on their web site, clicked on it, played it to be sure it was the right name and then downloaded it FIVE times, in different places, incase it was corrupted. Installed it in different places incase there was a corrupt file on the computer, changed the batteries in the phone, took the phone apart to be sure there was no try me tab broken off. It never worked. What a lot of trouble for nothing. I spent over an hour on the phone and another couple hours on my own trying to get this thing working properly... no luck.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By L. Clausen on December 23, 2013
I received this phone a few years ago as a gift. We were able to easily update it to use our daughter's (somewhat rare) first name. We've just recently received a Dora Knows Your Name phone and I wanted to update both phones but the website for the phones no longer supports updating them.

You cannot change the phone to know your child's name anymore.
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25 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Angela Ten Napel on August 7, 2007
Why wouldn't the Amazon bullet points mention that this toy is not for Mac? Here, I'll help you: "WINDOWS ONLY if you have a Mac you will only get an Elmo cell phone not an Elmo Knows Your Name Cell Phone."
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By welshmnky on July 6, 2010
Ok, after reading the reviews regarding the phone being stuck in demo mode, I took mine apart and looked at it.

Looking at the back of the phone on the bottom right, there is a small slot where the demo tab goes in. If you remove it, you SHOULD be able to program it with your kid's name. If that's not the case, take out all the screws (and the batteries) and open the phone. across from where that slot is, there is a tiny white switch, that flips depending on whether or not the tab is in. Using a small screwdriver (or something similar) toggle it to the left (against the case). That should do it!

If not, flip it back and forth until it "springs" against the case. You'll then be able to plug it in and program it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By humdinger on June 9, 2009
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Between my husband and myself we have spent over 35 years in school and it took both of us hours to figure out how to download our niece's name on this thing because we didn't unpackage it all the way before we did it. We bought it as a gift and unpackaged it enough to get to the plug to download her name - downloaded it using 3 computers at least a dozen times. I went back to the reviews and found someone who gave it a bad review because there were no instructions saying that tab in the back of the toy had to be removed before it would say the downloaded name. It was 1AM - I took the plastic off the back, pulled the tab out of the toy and it started saying her name. Took another 30 minutes to repackage it so we could wrap it up for her. FP should put as much ink on the front of it telling you to remove the tab to get it to say the downloaded name as it does telling you the default name is Michael. All of the effort was worth it as our niece loves this and it entertained her on the 4 hour ride back to her home since she loves Elmo above all other things. The look on her face when Elmo said her name was priceless.
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