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On my iHome the screen says AUX and i don't know what that means. When it says AUX my iPod won't play. How do i get that off?

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My iPod has a bigger case so not I won't fit on my ihome I only use my ihome for music but my iPod won't fit so I bought an aux cable for my IPod, wene I plugged it in it didn't work the cable worked


Your video ran out. Anyway, you could try using an adaptor so your iPod will sit on your music box. If that fails, connect via your aux lead, gently pull your aux lead out of the back of the box gently and slowly giving it a wiggle, you might make the connection. Other than this, as you've not provide enough footage, you might need to buy a new aux cable that fits. Not all products are compatible with iDevices, you should check the instructions to see if your model of iPod is compatible.

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I bought I Home keyboard IH-K231MS today and I don't have a MAC will it work with HP computer or any other computer ?.


Don't know for sure, but the special keys need a driver you have to install (which is written for an Apple machie, so probably won't work. The normal key may work, but you might have to ID the keyboard. If you can connect an iPod to a PC via a USB cable to sync it (have never used a pc so don't know if that's possible), the PC may be able to see the iPod.
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Ihome won't play ipod, even after resetting ipod


When I first got my ipod touch and my ihome I had no problems and then all of a sudden everything worked except for the ihome wouldn't play music. It charged properly and the alarm and clock worked fine just the music wouldn't play. So I assumed it was the ihome and took it back and exchanged it only to get home and have the exact same problem. So I reset my Ipod and it worked. To do it you have to hold the sleep button until the red slider appears. Slide your finger across it to turn off. Press and hold the sleep button until the apple comes on. Next I sync'ed and looke dfor an update. After all this I docked it and it worked.

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