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My DEH-P690UB doesn't read my ipod

It is supossed that my pioneer premier DEH-P690UB can control an Ipod through it's USB port, but when I connect it it reads " N/A USB ". According to the manual it means that those devices cannot be used with the unit's USB port. I don't have any problem with the USB Flash memories, it can read the music from every single flash drive I've tried. Hope somebody can help me to solve this problem because the user's manual or troubleshooting guide doesn't say anything about it. Thanks beforehand.

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  • Cesar Mendez Aug 20, 2007

    Yes, it is a 5th Generatios Ipod Video.

  • TaylorSPL Nov 10, 2007

    I have the same problem. Ipod mini and external hard drive show up as N/A USB, and USB Flash drives work fine. My buddies iPod mini works on his 6900UB but won't work on my 690UB, so it's got to be a setting or software version on the deck.

  • Anonymous Jan 22, 2009

    My 16GB works one day and not the next. Thought for a while it was the cable I was using, but that turned out not to be the case.

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  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    I have a pioneer DEH-X6600BT. I copied my song list from itunes onto a 16gb USb flash drive. When I plug it into the Pioneer it says NO MEDIA. Am I doing something wrong?

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I spoke with my friend at local car audio shop, apparently even though they don't say so pre-5g ipods are not supported without the ipod adapter box. I think I paid like $30 bucks for it and now my mini works fine with the deck.

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Ihave a samsung yp-k5 and I also get N/A USB reading and then my player mp3 says loading? whats up with this?

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