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Docking problem my ipod 80 classic would not play on phillips screen. the ipod screen says tv out enabled connect, please connect video accessory

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Re: docking problem

What do you mean rolling back previous version

Posted on Mar 18, 2008

Re: docking problem

It is a problem with the latest version on IPOD... Rolling back previuos version will work, but I don't know if we're loosing features on IPOD enhacements.

I do have the same problem and I am in process to send a Help Request either to MAC IPOD and/or Philps to get together and offer an solution.

Posted on Feb 06, 2008

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