Bro, forget about the ipod, im gonna order the proper cable UD-IU50 something like that, the problem is the CHECK USB, when i connect my pendrive 4gb datatransfer, the flash of the usb pendrive works, it seens to read, but it does NOTHING, doesnt show nothing, just CHECK USB....
I have vista 64 like u said, i formated in FAT32, and it doesnt work, i did the thing of the ignition
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behind the unit where the connection wires are, is a black cable that has a usb plug in the end of it.
although to play ipods in the unit, pioneer recommend using the CD-iU50 adapter cable. a normal ipod cable may work with certain ipods so i would try that first. I am pretty certain that it just wont charge certain ones. if you bought the unit new it should have had a usb extender cable included in the box.
to access the cable you will need to remove the source unit to plug in your ipod cable.
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check pendrive with other computers.If it is not working then pendrive having problem. Otherwise check your smps, some times if you connect more peripherals, pendrive will not detect because of power problem.
hi im josh in cebu phils. friend if not detected the problem is you usb port or the flash disk. if you tried using your flash disk in other computer and you are sure that it is functional. then go to your usb port.check the connections.check also the confg.from the device manger if the printer port works. then dont forget that windows 98 and older versions of windows dnt automatcaly detect usb.good luck .
To my knowledge, ERROR 19 on a Pioneer DEH series indicates failure on the USB connection. This is usually reserve for an iPod direct connection. If you are using such a device, pls:
check the Pioneer CD-IU50 USB Interface Cable;
reset the iPod;
disconnect the iPod and try again;
reset the Pioneer by removing the yellow and red connections. Pls note that some versions would require a security code when reconnected. Pls have this ready if and when your particular unit has a security/anti-theft feature;
reference page 32 of the manual.
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