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Alpine CDA-9886 error 1

I get an error 1 display when I plug my iPod Touch in. The owner's manual instructions did not work.

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If your head unit in Ipod mode reads "error 01" followed by "searching", remove your Ipod from the connector and let the battery run out. Once the battery runs out, hook your Ipod up to your computer for charging and launch your Itunes when your battery regains some power. Your Ipod will then be detected by your Itunes and your good to go again to hook up to your Alpine head unit. This fix worked for me as the "error 01" and freezing has only happened once to me.

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Try turning off the password lock or password if you have one. That fixed mine. I had an identical problem.

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