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I bought the CQ-RX300N today and when i connect my ipod i get a USB -E1- Error... The unit appears to have a Ipod setting but it doesnt detect that its an ipod connected A flash drive with music on works fine but i cant find any reason for the Ipod not to work

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  • nik43uk May 23, 2009

    I have the exact same problem. hooked it all up today and this is what i get. did you find an answer?



    I have just emailed panasonic to ask if it is because my ipod is updated to 1.3 and the stereo isn't uptodate to know this software. is there a firmware available to update the stereo. No response yet.

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I had the same problem where my shuffle just turned off as if it ran out of battery power, and when i tried to plug it in the computer it wouldnt recognise it or i would get an unknow device error. I tried many of the 5r as much as i could but didnt work. Then finally yesterday i tried something new. I pluged the ipod into the computer and left it pluged in to the usb port and i noticed that every time i would lift the ipod from the dock (not all the way) that the light would blink green one time. So what i did was i positioned the ipod back on the dock then lifted it until the green light blinked and i turned it on, and it works now, the battery is charged. However i havent tried to plug it back in the computer to see what happens but i can listen to my music now.

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Start with this troubleshooter
if you need more assistance, let me know.
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This may be part of you problem........................

Hi this is the solution to the issue with the USB Error.

I recently bought one of these head units and found that when I inserted a USB it comes up with a 'USB Error'. Well I searched on Google and found others with the problem but no solutions. So I played around and here is the solution that worked for me.

Try lots of different USB Drives. Mine started to work with the forth one I tried. The size doesn't seem to be the issue as I tried a variety of sizes both small and large. But the one that works is a old one I have had lying about for ages (512mb) so it maybe USB 1 it may not be but that is my best guess.

I have been using the USB almost exclusively now without any problems.

I have yet to try the SD MMC Card so I can't comment on how that works.

Hope this helps somebody out because this seems to be so far a great little stereo, if you can find a USB drive that will work with it.

Best regards

dunncha.

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the el cheapo cameras from radio shack have the cable you need right in the package... transforms a mini to a reg. sized USB .
These cameras are like $6 and serve as web cams and ultra small keychain digital cameras , so you get the added bonus of those 'free' features going this route.

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You have to turn off the "DEMO" mode on your Panasonic radio. Check your owner manual for more detail. By default the radio run in "DEMO" mode when you use it for the first time!

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Last Modified: January 28, 2009 Article: HT1320 Old Article: 61705 Summary Learn how to reset or restart iPod following a freeze.
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