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Check that the iDog is powered on if it doesn't respond to your commands. Press its nose to activate the toy.
Verify that the iDog has fresh batteries installed if the
dog doesn't turn on. Use a Phillips screwdriver to open the dog's
battery compartment, located on the its right back leg. Insert two new
AA-sized batteries according to the "+" and "-" symbols listed in the
Inspect the iDog's connection to your iPod if it doesn't
move and dance to your iPod's music. Plug the iDog's connector cable
into your iPod. The cable end labeled "B" gets inserted into the
headphone jack on your iPod. The opposite end goes into the front left
leg of the iDog.
Make sure your iPod is powered on if the toy is connected to
the media player and is turned on, but not moving to the music. Your
iPod may need recharged by connecting it to a computer with its included
Reset the iDog if it continually freezes or stops moving in
the middle of a dance. Use the tip of a pen, paper clip or similar thin
object to press the reset button located on the bottom of the toy's
If this is one of the original dogs you will need a T6 Torx Screwdriver and 3 A76 button cell batteries (I was told that Energizer 357 batteries are a substitute but they were just a bit to wide and I had to file down the battery well to make them fit). Once you have the Screwdriver and batteries you will need to carefully cut the stitches on the back of the toy, move the stuffing and pull out a small mesh bag that has the voice box inside. Cut the bag and remove the box. Remove the screws, open the box and gently pry up the circuit board so you can remove the dead batteries (paying careful attention to which way they go in). Replace with new batteries, replace the circuit board and push the sliver "button" in the middle of the circuit board several times. If all well then each with each push of the button you will hear it speak. If it does not speak be sure all of the batteries are lined up the same way the original batteries were and try again. Hopefully it is working again and you can finish up by putting the top back on and replacing the screws. Then put the box back into the bag, put the bag back into the dog and sew it up. If that did not fix the problem then you are where I am, which is looking for more help!
The external battery pack supplied in the box with the watch works in "Try Me Mode". There is a reset button on the back of the watch. Reset the unit and the USB port will work. I have two units that had exactly the same problem. Both are charging now!
well its a question on whether the other component had the right input cause the prduct it self had Plugs into almost any music player via the included plug cable * Includes a loud stereo speaker, so you can blast the tunes * Use I-DOG's tail to adjust the volume * Entertains with dog-like movements and flashing lights * Makes a great conversation piece or entertaining gift * Ages: 8 years and up * Batteries: 3 AA (included