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Old 12-29-2006, 12:42 PM
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Has anyone with the CD-IB100 had a problem with their iPod after upgrading the firmware to 1.2?

I recently updated my iPod (5g 30Gb) to 1.2 and it started doing "weird" things when plugged into the IB100. It would skip tracks and restart from a completely different spot. I eventually reformatted and downgraded back to firmware 1.1, but just wanted to know if anyone else had that problem?

Also, my wife's brand new 5.5G 30Gb also did the same thing. Do I have to reformat that new one and downgrade the firmware also? Will the 5.5G even take the older firmware?
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Old 01-02-2007, 10:07 PM
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This is my first post after reading this forum for a few days and I must say I like this place a lot. I just bought my first ipod last week and its been pretty cool. I've only used it to run so far but I know as the months go by, I'll have more uses for it.

A few days ago, I purchased the pioneer adapter for my pioneer radio (DEH-4800MP) so that I may use the ipod on the road. I specifically bought only because I read that you could bypass the HU and use the ipod to navigate for music. Unfortunately, I've tried every trick that I've read and I still can't get it to work. I really do not like the navigation of the HU but I really like the sound of the adapter. Can any one please please help me with this so I won't return it? Is there something else I can do? I have the 30G 5generation video ipod with the updated firmware if that helps. Thanks again...
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Old 01-05-2007, 01:29 PM
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Help, none of this has worked!

I have a 5.5G iPod Video and a DEH-P770MP with the CD-IB100 (not the ii) and I can not get this to work.

I can get my girlfriend's 5.0G iPod Video to work just fine.

Please someone help!

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Old 01-08-2007, 01:42 AM
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HOLY **** I almost did a back flip when I got it to work. It takes a little getting use to the timing of the whole by-pass but once you get it it works every time. THANKS AGAIN!

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Old 01-08-2007, 01:43 AM
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HOLY **** I almost did a back flip when I got it to work. It takes a little getting use to the timing of the whole by-pass but once you get it it works every time. THANKS AGAIN!

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Old 01-08-2007, 12:31 PM
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Does anyone else have the problem with the iPod continuing to play when you shut off the HU?

I've noticed that both my iPod's (5g and 5.5G 30Gb) with firmware 1.2 and higher will continue to play for a minute or two even though the HU is off. I like just using the HU controls and I'd like to not have to manually shutdown the iPod everytime I turn off the HU.
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Old 02-04-2007, 12:55 AM
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Thankfully, after about an hour of frantic fiddling with the iPod and my Pioneer head unit, I've found a way that reliably allows me to control the iPod using the clickwheel while attached to my head unit with the recent 1.2 firmware upgrade installed on the iPod.

The trick is to have the iPod turned on and at the same time as you plug in the Pioneer controller plug, hold down the play/pause button. If all goes well, the Pioneer screen might come up on the iPod briefly but then it should go to sleep. Press any button again and voila, you should have full control of the iPod again while still hooked up to the head unit.

Whew!!!
Sorry to bring this thread back from the dead. Just wanted to confirm that this method works fine with my 5.5G 80GB running firmware 1.2.1, with the DEH-P9800BT & iB100II.

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Old 03-09-2007, 05:30 AM
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using an ipod 1.2.1 and i cannot seem to control it from the ipod.

i have done the following:

- ipod off
- hold play/pause
- plug in cable
it comes up with tick and it stays there and doesn't allow me to control it.

any suggestions?
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Old 03-18-2007, 02:24 PM
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I have a 3G with firmware 2.3 I am unable to get this trick to work...any thoughts? maybe a different firmware version?

My girlfriend has a Video Ipod with Frimware 1.2.1 and it works great...

anyone able to help?
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Old 06-14-2007, 02:00 PM
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this thread is awsome. i found the original work around with letting the ipod turning itself a long time ago. i never updated my ipod firmware because i didnt want to mess up my work around then about 2 weeks ago i accidentally clicked yes to the update when itunes started up and i havent been able to control it on my ipod since. im just glad someone found a new work around.

great work guys keep it up
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Old 06-21-2007, 11:34 PM
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Thankfully, after about an hour of frantic fiddling with the iPod and my Pioneer head unit, I've found a way that reliably allows me to control the iPod using the clickwheel while attached to my head unit with the recent 1.2 firmware upgrade installed on the iPod.

The trick is to have the iPod turned on and at the same time as you plug in the Pioneer controller plug, hold down the play/pause button. If all goes well, the Pioneer screen might come up on the iPod briefly but then it should go to sleep. Press any button again and voila, you should have full control of the iPod again while still hooked up to the head unit.

Whew!!!

so just to double check, you hold down play/pause while plugging in the pioneer plug then release it when it is in?

i used the pioneer adapter cord for the first time today and i'm already desperate to get a work around. i tried one unsuccessfully so i have high hopes for this.

thanks!
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Old 08-30-2007, 08:19 PM
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Cool DEH P77DH & IPOD 2nd Gen 8GB Nano

I just tried the power off while connecting the dock connector for the Pioneer CD-IB100ii and it worked like a champ. Now I can control my IPOD either from the Head Unit or the IPOD itself. What a fantastic trick. Now I am going to try the same trick with the Volvo Factory Ipod Kit. If it works I will post.
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Old 12-27-2007, 06:36 PM
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cd-ib100 and iPOD touch

Hey just got an iPOD touch to replace my ipod mini and hooked it up to my cd-ib100 (the first one not the 2nd model) and on my head unit the song displays i can scroll through the songs also but there is no sound. In the upper right hand corner of the iPod touch the little play symbol shows up but i dont know whats wrong. Is the iPod touch compatible with the cd-ib100?
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Old 12-28-2007, 02:25 AM
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nevermind

nevermind...did some rewiring and the ipod touch works with the first pioneer ipod adapter...
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Old 12-29-2007, 01:21 AM
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so sad story, my 60 gig got stolen in sept and so i got the new 80 gig classic for christmas. i couldnt get the old work around that worked with the ipod videos to work with the new classic. after doing a bit of digging i came up with someone who figured out a new work around for the classics. quote below was copied from another post. also just for reference i have the newest firmware on my classic the 1.0.3 version

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work around #1

With your car turned off andthe Ipod completely shut down (allow auto shut off which takes about 1 minute), put ipod on HOLD and plug it into the adapter. Wait about 5 seconds or so, then turn the car on. You should see the charge screen on your Ipod. Turn HOLD off and once you dothis it will return to the Pioneer display screen (it may also stay on the charge screen). If you try and press menu it should back out of the Pioneer (or charge) screen and into main menu.'

This seemed to work about three to four times with the IPod Classic but didnt work consistently. What I found out that’s consistent at gaining control of your IPod Classic while connected to the CD-IB100II is:

work around #2

1. Connect your IPod to the CD-IB100II. Switch your vehicle on but don't start it, IPod doesnt have to be off when you connect it.

2. Switch your vehicle off when you see the 'Pioneer' screen on your IPod. If your IPod starts playing, this will not be a problem.

3. When you switch your vehicle off, the “Pioneer” screen will still be displayed on yourIPod. Press and hold the “Menu” button on your IPod this will cause the “Pioneer” screen to change to the IPod’s menu.

5. Start your vehicle you will still see the IPod’s menu and you will have control of your IPod.
i didnt try the first work around so i dont know if it really works but i did try the second and it worked the first try

hope this helps some people and happy listening

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