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After I dock Iphone 3G in JBL Stage II an error message opens

After I docked Iphone 3G in my JBL Stage II an error message appeared that "Iphone is not designed to work with this accessory and prompts me to switch to Airplane mode to avoid interference". This message now comes up sporadically whenever I unlock the phone or even when I plug my earphones into the Iphone. My speaker also doesn't play music anymore.

This problem persists even with version 3.0 installed and I've also tried to reboot my Iphone and re-sync with Itunes many times - but nothing helps.

Can anyone help to solve this irritable problem?

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Check the iPhone's connector. There may be a pin problem that triggered the issue. iPod/iPhone connectors are known to have such problem.

You can also clean or use cotton bud to clear out any excess dirt in the connector. That may help.

Posted on Apr 25, 2010

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SORRY DUDE... ITS HARDWARE PROBLEM. ONCE YOU WAS CONECT WITH SOME OTHER ACCESSORYS NOT APPLE IPHONE COMPATIBLE , INTERNAL LITTLE SHORT CIRCUITS OCCURS AND BLOWS UP THE CONECTOR AN MORE.
SORRY AGAIN
CHANGE YOUR IPHONE, NO FIRMWARE CHANGE SOLVE YOUR PROBLEM

Posted on Sep 24, 2009

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Blame apple, they designed this iphone os in such a way that they get to decide what happens.

i cant use a dock i bought for mine (video out)

i had the same message
this issue (or in apples case "feature") is built in.

nothing can be done without extensive hacking

Posted on Sep 16, 2009

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Have you tried not setting it to aeroplane mode ? If you cant put up with the error or if their are bigger issues, sad to say you would have to update you jbl stage to a model that supports your version of firmware or phone model

Posted on Sep 08, 2009

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