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Ipod wont come up

I have the xdvd710 and i also have 5th generation nano and when i plug it in the screen comes up and it saya the amount of songs there are and connecting but nothing appears on the list. Does anyone have an answer ?

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  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2008

    I have the exact same problem, according to the dual manual this version is not supported. I know the head unit is older than the latest nano version so that is probably why.

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The problem is that your iPod adapter does not have a authentication chip in it. Apple decided to go a new route with the new iPods. They now require a authentication chip if you want to get audio and video out of the iPod using the dock connector. So you won't be able to hook up your iPod to your system using your current equipment. You can either hope that the maker of your equipment comes out with a new iPod cable that has a authentication chip (they have to pay Apple for this so if the company is cheap then you are probably out of luck) or just stick with your older 5G/5.5G iPod.

Posted on Jul 16, 2008

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