When i plug in my ipod after pressing play on a song, the ipod doesn't load correctly (the word "load" keeps blinking on the screen). Then it displayes "E-60" and does not play. There is nothing about an "E-60" error in the troubleshooting guide.
First, run a chkdsk (or scandisk) to your Ipod from your computer (like any other hard disk drive on your computer)since it is probable that the Ipod's hard disk drive may contain errors. Then, follow these steps:
1.) Disconnect the Ipod from the KCA-IP500(the Ipod interface)
2.) Press and hold the middle button and the top button at the same time.
3.) The Apple Logo should appear.
4.) Reconnect your Ipod to the KCA-IP500
5.) The head unit should display loading and then respond to the IPOD interface.
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I have had problem with the unit freezing up. To resolve this, I remove the ipod from the dock
be sure a song is playing on the ipod; replace it into the dock; when the message - no disk - appears, then press the red "A" button to select ipod. That brings up song list and hitting the center SELECT botton on the remote, it plays the song correctly.
HOWEVER, if I hit the return button in the middle of play, I cannot go back and play a different song. The unit freezes on STOP. Or if I wait until the end and go back to the song list, then it starts to play the next song with no sound. When this happens the display on the unit flashes "MUSIC" / (play time), repeatedly.
The Samsung help-line thinks this is a problem with the iPod dock and are sending me a new dock. But I don't think that is where the problem is. I think the HT-C6600 is defective.
I had this exact same problem. Here is how I just figured out how to fix it. First of all, my friend as an iTouch as well, so I plugged his iTouch into my DEH-P4000UB, similar to your 3100UB, and it actually worked and played music. So I went to my Music then selected a song and pressed pause. I turned on the car and then plugged the USB cable into my iTouch, exactly the same as yours. When I replugged my iTouch into my deck it gave me a different error this time, Error-19. Refreshing but still frustrating. So I turned off the car, unplugged the USB cable and tried it one more time. This time I selected "Repeat" on the song, don't ask me why, but this is exactly what I just did. I turned on the car, plugged the USB and it worked!!!
I understand your frustration and I've been dealing with it for a while now. So hopefully this helps. Good Luck!
follow Apple's 5 R's: These are for Nano, but they apply to all iPods: Reset, Retry, Restart, Reinstall, Restore Remember these five basic suggestions if you have a problem with your iPod nano. If one of the following doesn’t help, read on for solutions to specific problems. â Reset your iPod nano. See “General Suggestions,” below. â Retry with a different USB port if you cannot see iPod nano in iTunes. â Restart your computer and make sure you have the latest software updates installed. â Reinstall iPod and iTunes software from the latest versions on the web. â Restore your iPod nano. See “Updating and Restoring iPod Software” on page whatever.
if you've used wmp to rip and encode the cd to the wma file standard,
the ipod won't play them. the ipod doesn't support wma or ogg vorbis
(and doesn't support the pro part of mp3 pro) you need to encode your
files to either mp3 or aac (or leave them as wav files, though these
are very large) for the ipod to play them. this may be causing the mmjb
check out the software compendium on info on alternatives to rip, encode and transfer to the ipod.