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Updated my ipod software and now it wont play on my home theatre system

My ipod touch 1st edition would play on my home theatre system but now that I updated the software on my ipod, my home theatre system does not read it anymore...when I connect the ipod to the docket, it does charge and my home theatre system also plays a old ipod nano I have but just not my ipod touch.

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This is always tricky with 1st generation iPod touches. After a while they can't handle the new software anymore and some functions won't work anymore. Maybe try to downgrade the software. Otherwise you should probably get a new iPod.

Posted on Sep 09, 2012

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