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Sorry you cannot....they do not accept any other memory other than its built in memory.
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Charging


Some Pure-Fi's has a problem charging 2nd Gen Touch iPod, even when proper supplied adapter is used. You can try pressing the iPod further into the connector and see if it stays charging. If not, you can tilt the Touch slightly forward to make proper charging contact with Pure-Fi's iPod connector.

If you only charge your 2nd Gen Touch in your Pure-Fi, or other devices less thick than the Touch, like iPod Nanos, then you can stick a spacer on the Pure-Fi behind the Touch to always properly tilt it slightly forward. Only space it slightly forward just enough to cause it to charge so as not to stress the connector.

Stick-on chair/furniture protectors work good for this. If they are too thin, stick one on top the other till you get the thickness you need. Do not use any thicker a spacer than needed so as not to stress the connector any more than needed to make charging contact Use thinner stick-ons, like double sided foam tape, to get the final spacing you need.

The added advantage to a proper spacing between an iPod and Pure-Fi, is it relieves connector stress when plugging in and using an iPod while plugged in, since the taller Touch iPod cannot tilt backward. If you place your spacer at the very top of the Pure-if back panel, then iPods thicker, but shorter, than the height of your space can also be used.

Hope this helps everyone with this irritating Pure-Fi design problem.

To view the charging/not charging status on the 2nd Gen's screen, turn off the 2nd Gen and the Charging Icon will show when contact is being made.

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I have a foryou car stereo and when I plug in my


does the radio support ipods or does it support memory sticks
i would check but i can not find a manual for your radio
im guessing that the radio does not support ipods it supports songs on memory sticks.

i recomend that you put some songs on a memory stick or through itunes make your ipod enable disk use

and put the songs on the device using my computer and then try and play some songs

May 12, 2010 | Car Audio & Video

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How can i transfer music from my ipod touch to my ps3


you can not transfur music from ipods

unless you have enabled disk use on the ipod and you have saved your music there

if you have enabled disk use and saved the music to the hard drive of the ipod

connect the ipod to the ps3
in the musci section scroll down untill you see the ipod name or a memory stick icon
click triangle and select display all media
find the music that you want and

if you want more than one song copied click triangle on one song and click save multiple or mark multiple (along those lines) and then click the save button


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I bought a second hand ipod touch with lots of music on there already, if i use my comutar to put more on there will if loose the memory?


you can always monitor the available space on your ipod touch on itunes. on itunes click on the ipod touch icon then click on settings. from there the available memory or space will be displayed.

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Bad Signal


Try connecting to a different router, at a Starbucks or other "free wi-fi" location. If you get more "bars", your iPod Touch is NOT the problem.

Access the web-interface on the router, and ensure that the router is set to maximum-power of its wireless signal-strength.

Get a friend to copy the CD onto a USB memory-stick,
and install the software from the memory-stick.

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Ipod touch 1g , home button sticking, physical problem with button not software, what can we do?


open up your ipod and clean it or try to just clean it from the outside with a q-tip and rubbing alcohol,,, but DO NOT PUT ALOT ON IT..just a LIDDDOo bit

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Pc freezes plugging in usb devices - ipod & memory stick


i have had a similar problem before. if you touch the usb port w/ finger before yopu put in usb device does it still lock up comp. if not there is a grounding problem with port. you computer will not see it ever. check wireing to port and to riser on mother board. or add on pci card.

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Unable to load MP# files from memory stick on to iPod


You should go to www.limewire.com and downlaod limewire and manually download each song and it'll help you have the music in your i-pod. Yoy can also open i-tunes and connect your i-pod home of your i-pod and check the box that says manually manage songs but that will erase the music you have in the i-pod but will allow you to put the mp3 files on the i-pod.

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from what I read the dual is not ipod compatible. Use teh aux in port instead to playback or use a memory stick in the usb port

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Memory Stick error c:13:01 My old 512 MB memory stick is working fine. However, recently I brought a 2 GB memory stick and when I put it inside, the camera (Sony DSC S40 cyber shot) shows: MEMORY STICK...


Is your new 2GB memory stick is original from Sony or after market? some of them will not detect in CAM because the contact on MS were not touched iside the slot of CAM
Reinsert your 512 MB MS if it work fine then change your 2MB MS
Good luck

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