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My usb on my alba ICS162 cd player in my car is not taking my ipod cable and its saying there is an error when i plug my ipod to it

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: ipod connection

Take it to the dealer who installed the Alpine and have him plug in a short extension cable for you.

Posted on Jul 12, 2008

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This may be part of you problem........................

Hi this is the solution to the issue with the USB Error.

I recently bought one of these head units and found that when I inserted a USB it comes up with a 'USB Error'. Well I searched on Google and found others with the problem but no solutions. So I played around and here is the solution that worked for me.

Try lots of different USB Drives. Mine started to work with the forth one I tried. The size doesn't seem to be the issue as I tried a variety of sizes both small and large. But the one that works is a old one I have had lying about for ages (512mb) so it maybe USB 1 it may not be but that is my best guess.

I have been using the USB almost exclusively now without any problems.

I have yet to try the SD MMC Card so I can't comment on how that works.

Hope this helps somebody out because this seems to be so far a great little stereo, if you can find a USB drive that will work with it.

Best regards

dunncha.

Posted on Sep 21, 2008

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The USB connector is at the end of a short black pigtail cable permanently attached to the back of the unit. There should also be an extender cable shipped with it. Plug the extender cable onto the pigtail and let it hang down below the dashboard, then plub your iPod docking cable into that. Or if your iPod cable is long enough, you might not need the extender. If someone installed your system and didn't plug the extender cable in first, you might have to become a contortionist to get to it. Good luck!

Posted on Sep 27, 2008

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SOURCE: connect ipod to cd player wit built in aux input.

VERY SIMPLE SOLUTION FOR DEH-P5800MP!!!!!!

Turn unit off by holding the Source (volume knob) button until power is off.

Now, hold down the Function button (FUNC) until the unit turns on. You will now be in the Initial Settings menu, a special menu. Press the Function button (FUNC) again until you see the word AUX, press up to enable it, then press the Source (volume knob) button until you see AUX. It works now, congratulations.

Posted on May 25, 2009

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I have used the Apple iPod cable with no problem in the Elantra USB port with an iPod Nano & iPod Classic. You have to change the music settings, skip songs, etc. from the iPod which is distracting while driving.

I purchased the cord made by Hyundai at the dealership, that plugs into both USB and aux port. The music titles, album info etc show up on the radio screen, and you can use the buttons on the radio to change the tunes, view artists, albums... (safer while driving!). I've seen sellers on eBay that sells the Hyundai made one (cheapest starts @ $24+ w/ s/h - link here) http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/NEW-HYUNDAI-2009-09-iPOD-INPUT-USB-AUX-AUDIO-CABLE_W0QQitemZ230379648893QQcmdZViewItemQQptZCar_Audio_Video?hash=item35a3b2777d&_trksid=p4506.m20.l1116, as well as copycat ones - I wouldn't buy a copycat one (my opinion).

Do you have a case on your iPods? I have experienced the "reading error" with the Hyundai cord on my son's iPod Classic (he has a leather case on it). It seems to do that because the plug going in to the iPod is not making full contact with the iPod because of the case. When he takes the case off and reconnects, there are no further problems.

Hope this helps, Good luck!

Posted on Sep 21, 2009

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