I just got my new jamo i 200, but all it does is charging my i-pod. If I press the power button, either on the remote or the unit itself, nothing happens.
It just does not switch on. Did I get a faulty unit, or is there anything I should have done?
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You are going to need a computer with the latest version of iTunes on it and unfortunately this will fully erase all data on the device Its called Forced Recovery. So with the device plugged into your PC, iTunes open, if it shows up in iTunes eject it, or cancel the prompt to restore a device in recovery mode.
Hold down the Power button for 3 seconds
Without releasing the power button, also hold the Home button for 10 seconds
Without releasing the home button, release the power button and keep holding the Home button for About 20 seconds.
iTunes will detect an iPod/iPhone in recovery mode, let off button and set down device and hit RESTORE in iTunes.
To replace the battery, remove the two screws on back of the
remote and disassemble. It is a "Button" type battery not sure what the number is but look at the battery and find the number on it and replace it with the same style battery
could be the arm, or the interface from the arm to the pcb. if you can play via the aux input it is the arm, if that fails then it is one of the boards inside, contact place of purchase or b and w service.
Try doing this: Toggle the hold switch and put it back in the off position. Then press and hold the center button and the menu button simultaneously for ten seconds and the apple symbol should come up on the screen. Then it should work like normal. Hope this helps you!
not likely the new 4 gen Ipod has different pin set within its dock connector system for the video output which has made many 3rd party accessories no longer able to charge the ipod but it will still play music