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Bose sound-dock portable remote doesn't seem to move between play-lists on the new ipod nano.

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  • william_lang Dec 02, 2008

    New Bose portable does not respond to remote.

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Make sure you don't have any empty playlist that was the issue that I had. I re-synced with the empty playlist removed and it worked perfectly.

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