If repeatedly connect and disconnect
iPod/iPhone to the Multimedia system
with USB cable in short time, it may
cause abnormal operation.
• To listen to the iPod sound, reconnect
the USB cable or change the audio out-
put settings in iPod/iPhone to Dock.
• In order to use the iPod while operating
the keys, you must use a dedicated iPod
cable. (the cable that is supplied when
purchasing iPod/ iPhone products)
Using iPod Devices
iPod is a registered trademark of Apple Inc.
iPod mode will not operate if the con-
nected iPod cannot be recognized due
to operation of unsupported versions
that do not support related protocols,
iPod abnormalities, or iPod device
defects. Some iPods with unsupported
communication protocols may not prop-
erly operate with the Multimedia system.
For fifth generation iPod Nano devices,
the iPod may not be recognized when
the battery level is low. Please charge
the iPod for use.
• The time for recognition of iPod/iPhone
may vary depending on device type,
firmware version and iOS version.
• For some iPod Touch and iPhone
※ During ACC ON state, connecting the
iPod through the iPod cable (The cable
that is supplied when purchasing iPod/
iPhone product.) will charge the iPod
through the head unit.
devices, connecting Bluetooth
iPod is operating may result in discon-
tinued iPod sound. When such devices
with Bluetooth support are connected,
this problem occurs as the sound source
is changed from the Dock Connector
(USB connector cable) to Bluetooth.
• To prevent this symptom, Bluetooth
Audio function in the Multimedia system
is limited if iPod/iPhone is connected
to the system through both cable and
Bluetooth. To listen to the iPod sound,
use either iPod menu with USB connec-
tion or Bluetooth Audio with Bluetooth
※ The use of genuine iPod cables sup-
plied by Apple is recommended. (The
use of other products may result in
noise or abnormal operation.)
Search/play orders shown within the
iPod device may differ with the orders
shown within the Multimedia system.
If the iPod malfunctions due to an iPod
device defect, reset the iPod and try
again. (To learn more, refer to your iPod
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