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Problems with 970FP. Don't work well with ipod classic. Doesn't allowed to listen all the musics from an album. Just one by one. To listen all the musics i must choose an album, it says that it starts to play the first song of 12, 01/12, but suddenly in 3 seconds it apears 01/01 and just permit to listen 1 music. To year another i must go back and choose another song. I can not year an album normally, song after song

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Sorry but the ipod should never "die" when it's plugged in. I own this system and have encountered the same problem. The ipod should be continuously charging if plugged in, therefore it should never run out of juice.
Things I've been told to do f rom Alpine themselves:
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I have done this with some success. The problem returned once in a while, however, for some reason after doing the process listed again a few months back, I've not had the error.

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turn your head unit off, hold the function button and the functions menu to toggle the aux issue will pop up. its like an "off" function setting

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