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When there's no Ipod plugged into the front USB port on my Sony CDXGT740UI it displays the usual NO DEV. When I plug my Ipod into it seems to fail to recognize the Ipod and I get NO SUPRT on the display. I've tried two different Ipods with the same result. How do I fix this?

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Common issue with the sony models your usb port is bad. easy fix is auxilary cable input in the front from ipod or back in the unit but cheapest is a 10 dollar adapter for fm / blu tooth streaming. theres your solution thumb me up sorry bad news bout the usb

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