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Give up mate, This MP3 player is total garbage, many MP3 just wont play and the Archos Service can\'t help. Archos does not provide an firmware update for this device, even if is poorly working. So, this product is useless as the Archos service. Don\'t buy any Archos products or you will regret.
The Griffin iTrip is a device that is compatible with Apple's iPod and its main function is to allow a user to listen to their iPod in their car. The device sends data through radio signals and it assigns a radio station you want to tune.
Update your iPhone if your Griffin iTrip is not working. This has been known to fix fourth generation iPhones. Plug your iPhone into your computer and launch iTunes. Under the "Devices" tab, click the "Update" button to update your iPhone firmware. Try using the Griffin iTrip again.Perform a soft reset on your Griffin iTrip if it is not powering on. Sometimes the iPhone has problems communicating with third-party devices and can lock up or freeze the third-party device. To perform a soft reset, plug the iTrip into your iPhone and make sure the iPhone is powered on. Hold down the "Menu" and "Select" buttons on your iPhone until the Apple logo appears. Try using your iTrip again after this reset.Make sure that the iTrip is completely flush with your iPhone when it is connected to the iPhone.If your iTrip is set to a station that is close to a major broadcasting station, you may be getting interference. To change the station frequency, navigate to the iTrip playlist on your iPhone.
Normally, your JVC Car Stereo will not allow direct connection to an Apple iPod.
However, there are several aftermarket interface adaptor that will allow you to do so:
1. Connect the iPod to a JVC KS-PD100 which in turn is connected to the CD changer jack of the KD-G720 (rear of the unit). Set the stereo to CD changer external input setting and you're ready to go;
2. Connect the iPod to an FM Transmitter such as the Griffin iTrip (w/ Dock connector) which in turn will broadcast the IPod music as an FM signal. Operating the KD-G720 on FM radio setting will receive the IPod's broadcast music.
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