I have the auxiliar port in the my car radio and I connect the audio cable to my zune but I want to know if there is a device to connect to the car radio and to the zune and wireless send the music playing
Yeah. Try getting the Microsoft or Belkin FM Transmitter. The only issue I have noticed is that if you use the transmitter, it can get "static-y" and the audio cable gives you better volume control. Hope this helps!
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If your Kenwood has an AUX input then you can connect a audio cable from the headphone connector on the Zune to the the AUX input on the Kenwood. Power up the Zune ans set it to music and switch the Kenwood to AUX.
Just download the software from zune.net and then connect your Zune HD to your laptop with the USB cable and you can then add all of your media to the device. In order to wirelessly sync your device you'll need to first connect it with the cable and setup the wireless sync settings. After that you don't need to use the cable to connect your Zune to your laptop.
I am not sure if this is gonna work but, since you've tried all other steps why dont we give this a try too...LOL :-)
To troubleshoot this issue, try one or more of the following methods in the order in which they are listed:
Let your Zune device charge for 30 minutes, then disconnect and reconnect the cable to turn on the player. It can take up to 3 hours to fully charge.
Connect the Zune device to a different USB port on the computer. Use a USB port on the back of the computer. Do not use a USB hub.
Use another supported high power source, such as an Xbox 360 console, a Zune AC Adapter, a Zune Car Charger, or a Zune FM Transmitter/Charger.
Note These devices are sold separately.
If you are connecting your Zune device to a mobile computer, make sure that the mobile computer is plugged in and is not running on battery power. Many mobile computers are configured to conserve power when they are running on battery power to extend battery life. This behavior may affect Zune device charging.
If the Zune device is charging slowly, be aware that, for optimal charging, the Zune device requires at least 500 milliamps (mA) of power. Frequently, USB ports that are located on the front of a computer and on some USB hubs are low-power, 100-mA ports. Typically, the high-power, 500-mA USB ports are on the back of the computer. Additionally, when you suspend the computer or put the computer to sleep, high-power USB ports may be switched to low-power, 100 mA mode.
If the device boots to the home screen but is still not charging correctly, continue with the "Home screen is displayed" steps in the following section.
I found this on the Zune technical support (if this does help, be sure to rate my solution please):
Your Zune device is not detected by your computer or the Zune software View products that this article applies to.
SYMPTOMS When you try to use Zune Software, you experience one or more of the following symptoms: • The Zune device is not detected by the computer. • The Zune device is not detected by Zune Software. In this case, when you pause on the device icon in the lower-left corner, you receive the following error message: No Zune device connected • If you restored the Zune device software, the following messages are displayed on the Zune device: Connect Zune to your PC On your PC, open the Zune software and restore the Zune device firmware
THINGS TO TRY To resolve this issue, follow these steps:1. Update the Zune software on the computer. To do this, click settings, click software, click GENERAL, and then click CHECK FOR UPDATES.
If the issue is still not resolved, go to the next step. 2. Restart the Zune device.
To do this, follow these steps: a. Set the Hold switch to the unlocked position. b. Press and hold the Back button as you press the top of the Zune pad. When the Zune device begins to restart, release the buttons.
If the issue is still not resolved, go to the next step. 3. Disconnect the Zune device from the computer, restart the computer, and then reconnect the Zune device.
If the issue is still not resolved, go to the next step. 4. Connect the Zune device to a different USB port on the computer. Use a USB port on the back of the computer. Do not use a USB hub.
If the issue is still not resolved, go to the next step. 5. When you connect the Zune Sync Cable to the connector port of the Zune device, make sure that both ends of the sync cable click into position. Additionally, make sure that the sync cable is not connected to the device at an angle. 6. Connect only one Zune device at a time. If you already have a Zune device connected to the computer, any other Zune that you try to connect will not be detected by the Zune software. Disconnect any additional Zune devices, and then try to connect again.
If the issue is still not resolved, go to the next step. 7. If a full-screen battery image appears when you connect the device to the computer, you must let the device charge for several minutes before the device will start and be detected by the computer.
For more information about how to charge a Zune device, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base: 927348 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/927348/) How to charge the battery in your Zune device If the issue is still not resolved, go to the next step. 8. If you are using Windows Vista, install the Cumulative update rollup for USB core components in Windows Vista software update. This update resolves some reliability issues in the USB core components in Windows Vista. You will achieve better reliability in various scenarios by installing this update.
For more information about this update, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base: 941600 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/941600/) Cumulative update rollup for USB core components in Windows Vista If you are not using Windows Vista, or if the issue is still not resolved, go to the next step. 9. Examine Windows Device Manager. To do this, follow these steps:a. Click Start, right-click Computer, and then click Properties. b. Click Device Manager. Zune should be listed under Portable Devices. Note If the device was installed incorrectly, Zune may be listed together with a yellow exclamation mark (!). Or, it may be listed under Other devices as USB Device. Double-click Zune, and then click the Driver tab. The current version of the driver that is installed should be 2.3.1035.0.
If Windows Device Manager indicates a device problem, or if the version of the driver that is installed is not the current version, you must update the driver. To do this, follow these steps: 1. Right-click Zune or USB Device, and then click Properties. 2. Click the Driver tab, and then click Update Driver. 3. Click Search automatically for updated driver software. 4. Click Install if you are prompted to do this. 5. After the driver installation is complete, click Close. If Windows Device Manager found the drivers, click Close. If you want to locate the drivers manually, follow these steps:1. In the Zune Properties dialog box, click Update Driver. 2. Click Browse my computer for driver software. 3. Click Browse, locate the \Program Files\Zune\Drivers folder, and then click OK. 4. Click Next. 5. Click Install if you are prompted to do this. 6. After the driver installation is complete, click Close, and then click Close again.
If the issue is still not resolved, go to the next step. 10. Examine the computer for conflicts that involve the USB host controller or the root hub. To do this, follow these steps:a. Click Start, right-click Computer, and then click Properties. b. Click Device Manager. c. Expand Universal Serial Bus controllers. d. Verify that no errors appear in the list of USB devices. A yellow exclamation point or a red "X" next to a device indicates errors. If any errors appear, contact the manufacturer of your computer.
For more information about how to troubleshoot conflicts in Device Manager, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base: 310126 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/310126/) Troubleshooting device conflicts with Device Manager If the issue is still not resolved, go to the next step.
Try this.... Reset Zune: Press and hold the back button while pressing up on the control pad. Connect Zune to a power source: If the Zune device is in sleep mode, this action will wake the Zune device and turn it on. If the battery does not have a charge, you may have to wait several minutes for the Zune device to turn on.
Also, make sure that the hold button on top of your zune is turned to the off position.
Hope this helps
ALL YOUR BASE BELONG TO US - is a video that must have been loaded on the Zune previously.
if all else fails...
If you connected the ZUNE to your computer before installing the software the computer may have installed it as a different device.
Go to Control Panel - then System - Device Manager. Plug in ZUNE player and see if any new devices show as being connected. BE CAREFUL IN DEVICE MANAGER THOUGH, IF YOU UNINSTALL THE WRONG ITEM, IT COULD MESS YOUR COMPUTER UP.