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IPod Support for Samsung HT-X50

Whenever I hook up my ipod nano to the usb port of my HT-X50, the tv displays weird 4-5 letter combinations, instead of the song and artist name. This makes navigating to a desired song impossible. Is there a compaibility issue? The box says iPod support. How can I fix this problem? Thanks yall.

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  • ipodproblems Feb 03, 2008

    I have the same issues, how do you fix it!?

  • Anonymous Jul 04, 2008

    ipod will not play

  • Anonymous Oct 26, 2008

    whenever I hook up my ipod to the Ht-X50 I do not even get the menu. Nothing happens.

  • paul_specter Nov 24, 2008

    when i connect my ipod using the usb cable, the file and song names are random letters. I tried going through samsung to solve the problem, but all they told me was it is not the correct connection. yet im using the cable that came with the stereo unit....

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The ipod scrambles the names of the tracks making it impossible to find songs, thus encouraging you to buy an official ipod player.its all about money

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