HELP! This accessory not supported?!

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  1. Iveysbananas

    Iveysbananas New Member

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    So I bought an iPod touch 2nd gen. I had a dock from my last iPod, which was stolen, it's an ezWake alarm/clock radio. When I plug my iPod touch in the iPod says that charging is not supported, yet it will still play. Is there anyway I can get it to charge?

    Thanks!
  2. mitchell209

    mitchell209 Active Member

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    If it says it's not supported, then it's not supported.
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    manutdfan539 New Member

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    Yeah,
    Buy one that's supported.

    What above post said.

    If its not supported, its not supported.
  4. Duykur

    Duykur Banned

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    Since the OS for ipod classic and ipod touch are completely different, your accesories need to be specially coded/designed to be used with the ipod touch

    your dock isn't
  5. Iveysbananas

    Iveysbananas New Member

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    Thanks

    Well, I figured as much. Guess I need to start looking for a new one. T_T
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    1YNQMWQVHZ Active Member

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    It's a socket charger, right?
    For the 2Gs, some of them don't work

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  7. wearmaize

    wearmaize Active Member

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    The iPod touch 2G uses a different battery than the other iPods. So chargers designed for other iPods usually will not work. Newer docks, though, will. I believe the iPhone 3G and the iPod touch 2G use the same battery, so anything with a built for iPhone sticker on it should work.

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