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IPod plays about 5 tunes then stops

Whenever i play any tracks on my ipod after about 5-7 tracks it goes on to the next track but it wont play. it then skips to the next one and so on

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  • eclissold1 Nov 03, 2008

    my ipod plays some songs and not others or just skips songs

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The tracks that the ipod skips would be of certain formats the ipod does not support ..... when you load the tracks with itunes it normally prompts you with a dialogue box and asks whether you want to convert it to the specific format ..... Try reloading this way and it should work .,... if still a problem restore it and reload

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  • Your device is used in conjunction with an iPod music player. It is a base to charge it and if you have the remote you can play songs from across the roo.
  • Compatibility: iPod 3G, 4G, 5G, 6G; nano 1G, 2G, 3G; iPod touch; iPod mini
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  • Includes a remote control that uses wireless radio frequency (RF) technology and works from up to 120 feet away, regardless of barriers such as walls, ceilings or windows
  • Basic functions include: play/pause, next/previous track, volume up/down, song shuffle, and repeat
  • Cradle that comes with this unit connects to your home entertainment system via an included A/V cable
he Belkin F8Z065 TuneCommand A/V Dock with Remote for iPods lets you watch and listen to your iPod player through your home entertainment system, while simultaneously powering and charging it through the docking station. The included wireless remote control allows you to roam freely as you play your tunes from virtually anywhere in your home.The remote control that comes with the F8Z065 A/V system uses wireless radio frequency (RF) technology and works from up to 120 feet away, regardless of barriers such as walls, ceilings or windows, making it perfect for distributed audio systems. The TuneCommand A/V's eight basic functions include: play/pause, next/previous track, volume up/down, song shuffle, and repeat. Used with your iPod video or photo, TuneCommand A/V even lets you watch your downloaded videos, or view your photos on your home television. The cradle that comes with this unit connects to your home entertainment system via an included A/V cable, and it docks, displays, powers, and charges your iPod all at once.
Compatible with any iPod with a dock connector--including the iPod nano 1G, iPod nano 2G, iPod mini, iPod 3G, iPod 4G (Click Wheel), iPod color, and iPod 5G/5.5G Video--via the included interchangeable trays, the F8Z065 comes in a white that perfectly complements your iPod, and it's backed by a manufacturer's 3-year warranty.
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Belkin F8Z065 TuneCommand station and remote, interchangeable iPod adapter trays, surface mounting hardware, user's guide and warranty information.
Product DescriptionTuneCommand lets you roam and play your tunes from virtually anywhere in your home, delivering the flexibility and convenience that iPod users desire. Using wireless radio frequency technology, the TuneCommand Remote works from up to 150 feet away, regardless of barriers such as walls, ceilings, or windows that limit traditional remotes. Connect your iPod to headphones, your home entertainment system, laptop, or computer-even if you stash it away in the glove box, control of your iPod remains at your fingertips.TuneCommand includes a multi-clip, surface-mount hook and lanyard, providing a variety of options for securing your Remote on the road, in the car, or at home. It features eight basic functions: play/pause, next track, previous track, volume up and down, shuffle songs, and repeat. When used with the iPod photo, TuneCommand lets you scroll through your slide shows or presentations-wirelessly.

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I get this a lot with MP3s and it is because of the chips that Apple used in these iPods. It's only in the very latest ones they have solved this by using a different manufacturer. The best way I found to solve this was convert all the MP3s to AAC.

To do this, in iTunes
  1. go to the preferences and in the General section where it says 'When I insert a CD' or similar there is an ImportSettings button. Click this and in here there is a selector for 'ImportUsing' and change it to AAC - The native codec for the iPod. Save all this
  2. then in the main music library select the song you want to repair and right-click (ctrl-click on a mac) then choose 'Create AAC Version'. This will convert it.
  3. Now right click it and choose 'Show in Explorer' (Finder on a Mac) and delete the MP3 version.
  4. Back in iTunes if it made duplicate listings for the song try to play it. If it plays that's the AAC version if it doesn't thats the old MP3 version and needs deleting.
  5. Transfer the AAC version into any Playlists you had associated with it for the iPod.
  6. Done.
Kind of a pain if you've got loads of them to do but it does work. I tried repairing the mp3s in other software but the ipod still had issues with them so AAC is the way to go. (You can also convert them back to MP3 from the AACs which also fixes it but if you haven't transfered the AACs to the iPod it wont recognise the change of file for the MP3s)

Hope this helps you out.

All the best
Sean
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