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My pioneer inno dosen't reconize that it t=is in the home dock. it charges but it dosen't rotate the screen or play through the adio jack n the home dock, i have to connect the audio cable to the headphone plug on the inno to hear the music.

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  • jonboy122504 Apr 04, 2008

    pioneer inno read the problem duh

  • jonboy122504 Apr 04, 2008

    how would you reccomend cleaning it

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Dear jonboy122504

Sounds like a software issue, please try to either reset the Inno or update the firmware at a more current version.

This piece of hardware has a number of bugs that are solved with these two methods.

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Hi,

Initially and sorry but I have to ask, have you tried cleaning the contacts both on the Inno and the dock?

Posted on Apr 04, 2008

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    Louie Role Apr 04, 2008

    Hi again,

    Normally used are electronic contact cleaner (aerosol). A friendly reminder though, some are strong enough to discolor if not mar the finish of some plastic or paneling/cover.

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    Louie Role Apr 05, 2008

    @maklean, glad that you agree with my proposed solution.

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What mfg and model?

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