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Zip your iPod, new case announced

lajo,, i saw the new iskin at your site, and it is SO cool!! by i already ordered my maclear,, when the new iskin goes on sale, can we not include the maclear and get it a little bit cheaper?

Posted by kawabunga on June 23, 2003 at 11:11 PM (CDT)

ackNOWLEDGE Announces iSkin eXo for new iPods

the zip case will fit around your new iPod inside of an iSkin eXo, so you can use it at night when you put your iPod to sleep or when you travel or use it to put your sync, remote and earphones in. You will love the case because it is made from ultra clear PTU which is 6 times better than PVC. Well you will see it for your self when you get your iSkin. iSkin: you have 2 site   www.iSkin.com in Canada and my site www.iSkin.biz in China. I am the designer and manufacturer of some of the recent iSkins and of Maclear. By the way I am open to people submitting design that they may want to manufacture and sell through our network or resellers. Let the creative juices flow

Posted by Lajo Cymbalski on June 23, 2003 at 9:26 PM (CDT)

ackNOWLEDGE Announces iSkin eXo for new iPods

These new eXo cases look absolutely marvelous. I’ll probably order from thethinkdifferent store and get the free MacLear Zip case with it.

Does an ipod with the zip case fit inside the iSkin? Also, what exactly is iskin’s website?

http://www.lajo.biz/iskin/—or
http://www.iskin4ipod.com/

Posted by Squibbles on June 23, 2003 at 9:17 PM (CDT)

ackNOWLEDGE Announces iSkin eXo for new iPods

I just noticed your comment about using the docking with our new iSkin exo. You can -  because of the flexibility of the Japanese silicone that I used, you can pull down on the lower part of exo (touch control wheel) and expose the sync port and once charged pull it back over the sync port to its original position. I will have some photos of how to do in a day or so. And now you know how to slide exo onto your iPod, it goes through the display opening. Both ends are covered for maximum protection unlike our previous design. This is very complicated to do because it involves a 7 part mold instead of a 3 part mold. We did it all for you to give you the best case every.

Posted by Lajo Cymbalski on June 23, 2003 at 5:20 PM (CDT)

Dell no longer selling 10GB iPods

Yes it appears that way man.  I have a friend that ordered his the same time and is still waiting.  I have my old one so I am good and havent opended the new one yet.  I am trying to decide on speakers for the old one.  Any ideaS?

Posted by Andre Lee on June 23, 2003 at 5:10 PM (CDT)

Dell no longer selling 10GB iPods

No, I have not received it, and my Dell account has been charged, they do not know what they are doing over there, they can’t give me a straight answer on anything.  They don’t know when they are coming in, if they are coming in, how many are on backorder, etc.  What a mess!

Posted by dymk on June 23, 2003 at 5:08 PM (CDT)

ackNOWLEDGE Announces iSkin eXo for new iPods

Looks like it won’t work with the dock like the one posted on ipodlounge last week from www.speckproducts.com

Posted by lea on June 23, 2003 at 4:31 PM (CDT)

ackNOWLEDGE Announces iSkin eXo for new iPods

if you go to this website -> http://www.lajo.biz/iskin/exointro.asp

you can see all the features of the thing, which includes a hole for the dock + headphones…

Posted by colinp on June 23, 2003 at 4:08 PM (CDT)

One million iPods, iTunes sells five million songs

Does that mean they sold ~600k of the gen3 ipods?  I remember hearing the installed base of gen1 and gen2 combined being 400k.

Posted by Albert on June 23, 2003 at 2:53 PM (CDT)

One million iPods, iTunes sells five million songs

Does anyone know the breakout of G1 / G2 / G3 ipods in this million unit number?

Posted by K-pod on June 23, 2003 at 2:34 PM (CDT)

ackNOWLEDGE Announces iSkin eXo for new iPods

Ya i think they do, look closely at the bottom of the picture, it looks like a hold for the dock connector.

Posted by jimmy on June 23, 2003 at 11:08 AM (CDT)

VW Audio Interface Adapter

I think it depends on the car, antenna and such.

iTripo in:
Toyota truck=bad
Jetta=OK
66 Mustang=good

go figure.

Posted by Paul on June 23, 2003 at 9:51 AM (CDT)

VW Audio Interface Adapter

It’s funny, my itrip sucks in my volvo, but works great in my girlfriend’s golf. I’m ready to suck it up and get a tape adapter i think. I hate the wires, but the itrip isn’t working out for me.

Posted by morgan on June 23, 2003 at 9:01 AM (CDT)

ackNOWLEDGE Announces iSkin eXo for new iPods

I dont get it, why cant we preorder them??!?!?!

and do they have a hole on the bottom for the dock connector?

Posted by bob on June 23, 2003 at 9:00 AM (CDT)

iPod Software 2.0.1 Update Released

well, my 15gb is now (un)happily on its way back to the maker via Airborne Express. After attempting the update, I called tech service. they advised to let the battery drain and then try to reinstall after 24 hours.

after 24 hours, it was deader than dead. reset buttons did absolutely nothing. Its on its way back…hopefully I’ll get less of a lemon this time…

Posted by todd on June 23, 2003 at 8:12 AM (CDT)

Apple Store: Refurbished 20GB iPod for $299

No problems as of yet, and it does look like a brand new model to me.  No scratches or wear of any kind.

Posted by Kador on June 23, 2003 at 7:57 AM (CDT)

Dell no longer selling 10GB iPods

Did anyone recieve their May 15th order over a week or two ago and hasnt yet been charged for the order?

Posted by Andre Lee on June 23, 2003 at 7:12 AM (CDT)

Illegal Downloading Hurting Music Sales

Record Exec : “I don’t understand it! We’ve spent the past 50 years creating a ‘youth culture’  that’s rebellious and anti-authoritarian so they’d buy the music of our carefully groomed ‘rebels’, and now these kids are disobeying the law!”

Posted by eustacescrubb in Yellow Springs. OH on June 23, 2003 at 6:54 AM (CDT)

iPod Software 2.0.1 Update Released

Update of v 2.0.1 firmware on 30G iPod using Windows XP went very smoothly.

FYI for those who haven’t done it yet:

1)Download the software
2)Double click the setup file you just downloaded to install the software.
3)Reboot your computer
4)Place your iPod in the dock
5)Start the iPod Manager/Updater program

Some helpful hints that worked for me:
a)I did all my downloading and installing without the iPod in the dock(some people experienced trouble when rebooting with iPod in dock)

b)Once the iPod is in the dock and you start the updater, be patient and WAIT for it to recognize the iPod(The update button will initially be grayed out, but will become activated once it sees the iPod)

c)READ the updater as it’s doing the update and follow the instructions. (Your computer screen will read “Updating firmware please wait” or “Updating firmware please do not disconnect”).  When the whole process is completed it will let you know you may disconnect the iPod. Make sure you do it properly by stopping the device in Windows first of course.

d)I did NOT lose all of my MP3s already loaded on the iPod.  Updating firmware should not do that.  Restoring will. 

Not that it should matter much but, I have a 1.5Mhz AMD processor and the actual updating process took somewhere in the neighborhood of 2-5 minutes from start to finish.

No more skipping songs after playing only a portion of the file, Whoooo hoooo!!!!!

Good luck!

Posted by Max on June 23, 2003 at 4:58 AM (CDT)

Warning: Don't buy an European iPod, its volume is too low

Hi all,

I’ve installed update 2.0.1 yesterday and alleluia! the sound cap seems to be off (or set much higher). I don’t have to listen to my iPod at 95% as before. Around 60%, it is already more than ok.

For info, I downloaded the update through software update, so if there was meant to be any restrictions for Europe, it would have picked it up.

This closes this issue, doesn’t it?

Posted by Christopher on June 23, 2003 at 4:38 AM (CDT)

iPod Software 2.0.1 Update Released

Dont for get that if you are using an unpowered firewire cable you need to plug your Ipod INTO THE POWER TO COMPLETE THE UPGRADE. I forgot and though that I had blown it up.

Posted by Andy on June 23, 2003 at 3:38 AM (CDT)

iPod Software 2.0.1 Update Released

Dont for get that if you are using an unpowered firewire cabel you need to plug your Ipod INTO TEH POWER TO COMPLETE THE UPGRADE. I forgot and though that I had blown it up.

Posted by Andy on June 23, 2003 at 3:36 AM (CDT)

"iPod 2.0.1 Software: A Closer Look at What's Fixed"

i dun think we have to do the restore to be able to update.  However, i dunno how to fix the problem :( I Just hit the update button, and it automatically work. But one thing for sure that u dun have to hit the restore button.

Posted by tk on June 23, 2003 at 2:01 AM (CDT)

VW Audio Interface Adapter

a cassette works in my wife’s 2001 Jetta TDI.  We have the “regular” single CD—not the high end one.

The sound is ok, but I hate all of the wires.  Still, my iTrip fuzzes out if I go anywhere with radio signals of decent strength.  I think for long trips, until I get a way to hard wire it into the system, a cassette is how I’ll go.

Posted by Paul on June 22, 2003 at 11:36 PM (CDT)

VW Audio Interface Adapter

Some of the newer head units have “smart” features like auto rewind that interfere with the normal operation of a cassette audio adapter. I’m pretty sure the stock VW head units have this feature/problem (although I’ve never tried a cassette adapter in mine).

Posted by Ed on June 22, 2003 at 9:59 PM (CDT)

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