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09-08-44-013D Information on USB Command and Control Multimedia Player Interface List of Supported Devices - (Jun 26 2012) Entertainment Audio-Visual - part 2

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A low battery condition on the iPod may notallow it to connect to the radio. The iPod may need to be charged before it can becontrolled by the radio.If the customer receives a “Device Not Supported” message on their radio or is havinggeneral iPod/MP3 connection issues (and they have a supported device), they may needto reset their iPod. To reset the iPod:For the iPod Nanos and Classic, Toggle the Hold switch on and off. (Slide it to Hold, then turn it off again. Pressand hold the Menu and Center (Select) buttons simultaneously until the Apple logoappears, about 6 to 8 seconds. You may need to repeat this step.For the iPod Touch and iPhone: Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button for a few seconds until the red slider appears,then slide the slider.Have the customer check their cable for quality.Aftermarket cables can wear from use. The customer may need to purchase a new USBcable.Verify that cable extensions are not present. The extra capacitance may cause toolarge a signal drop for the iPod to communicate with the radio.If the customer receives a “Device Not Supported” message on their radio with an iPodconnected (and they have a supported device), the customer may need to download thelatest firmware from the Apple website (Please visit www.apple.com for more information).

Validated Apple Device – Both Charge/Support Digital Audio (For All RPOs)

For further information on identifying iPod models, please visit http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1353

#09-08-44-013D: Information on USB Command and Control Multimedia Player Interface/List of Supported Devices - (Jun 26, 2012) Entertainment Audio-Visual

Brand

Name/Description

Number

Apple

iPod Classic 5 & 5.5 Gen

1

Apple

iPod Nano 1Gen

2

Apple

iPod Nano 2Gen

3

Apple

iPod Nano 3

4

Apple

iPod Classic

5

Apple

iPod Touch 1Gen & 2Gen

6

Apple

iPhone (User must switch to "airplane mode”)

7

Apple

iPod Nano 4 GEN

8

Other Validated Device— Both Charge/Support Digital Audio for Buick LaCrosse, ChevroletCamaro, Equinox Only (RPO KTA or KTB)

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Important:: Must be set to MTP (Mass Transfer Protocol) in the MP3 Player device setting.

Brand

Name/Description

SanDisk

Sansa e280

Toshiba

Gigabeat

Philips

Philips GoGear

Sony

Sony NWZ-A828

Sony

Sony NWZ-S616F

Insignia

Insignia

Iriver

Iriver Clix

Iriver

H10

Samsung

S5J AB/XAA(4GB)

Samsung

T10

Samsung

Yepp S5

Microsoft

Zune (Gen 1 & 2)

Important:These devices (and additional MP3 players) may be capable of connecting to the otherUSB options by internally setting the MP3 device to MSC (Mass Storage Class) mode.In this mode, the USB port will see the device as a flash drive. Please have the customerrefer to their MP3 device manual on how to set the device to MSC. If the device isnot able to be set to MSC, the customer must use the AUX jack.

Note:MTP mode must be used in order to transfer ANY Digital Rights Management (DRM) protectedcontent.

Non-Validated Apple Device

Important:The following devices are NOT supported by USB interface. Apple does not support digital media transfer from thesedevices through the USB port. The customer can still listen to their older iPod onvehicle by connecting it to the Auxiliary Input Jack using a standard 3.5-mm (1/8-in)stereo cable.

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