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  • Apple radio remote

    question: I have an ipod mini. At the apple store, they have a product called the radio remote, that allows you to have fm radio on your ipod and control it with the included remote. On the package, it says it is compatible with the nano and ipod with video (these are the new ipods). and it requires ipod software 1.1.
    SO, noticing that I have 1.4.1 on my ipod, as well as a dock, it only makes sense that it would work on mine as well, even though it is not listed on the package. The only problem I could see is a graphics one, as mine has a monochrome lcd screen. Does anyone know if this product will work on my ipod?

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    Re: Apple radio remote

    I think the answer is no, but the folks at the apple store should be able to tell you more.

    Originally posted by sleepyjeff
    Before we totally disregard extremism; lets remember the lesson of the 3 little pigs.

    The moderate pig lost his house to the wolf too
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    • #3
      Re: Apple radio remote

      Originally posted by Hippie View Post
      question: I have an ipod mini.
      To support the radio remote you need 5th generation ipod (video) or nano. So no, the remote will not work for you. You can get the OLDER generation remote (no FM radio) that would work as long as your headphone jack has that small slot jack next to it.


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        Re: Apple radio remote

        ah, gotcha...too bad I only wanted this thing for the radio.


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