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Ipod connectivity I purchased an indash car stereo. It does not have a cd playeer, but it does have a usb port, sd card reader, and aux input. The only reason I purchased this product was to play my ipod through the usb port. However, I cannot get the ipod to play through the usb port. Everytime I hook it up it links and says loading, then it just stops and does nothing. I have done everything that I can figure out, even with the manual and I still cannot get it to play. can anyone help me with this problem? Please?

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Don't use the USB port. Use the Aux input

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