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I have a 2010 911 Turbo with the multi-media interface adapter in the console. The iPod may play for 20 minutes or 2 hours. It will then cut out and revert to the radio. Also, the iPod will not charge. Has anyone else had the problem? Any suggestions. Thanks.

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Just a thought: I had the Porsche iPod interface in my 2006 911S (just sold and will be returning to the US where I hope to buy my next 911). Though it worked with several iPod generations, it would only charge generation 3 iPods. Your 2010 Turbo is not charging your particular iPod (what generation is the iPod?), and may be switching to the radio once the iPod runs out of power. You may want to try a different iPod with the same vintage as the car, and may find that it will charge the iPod and keep playing. Curious to hear the outcome. Best of luck.

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I have 2010 C2. Ipod iterface works well with ipod touch or iphone but has trouble with older ipod classic. I think its a softwear compatabilty issue with older ipods

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I have 2010 C2. Ipod iterface works well with ipod touch or iphone but has trouble with older ipod classic. I think its a softwear compatabilty issue with older ipods

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Does Porsche have a web page for downloading firmware updates? I solved this problem on my '11 VW by downloading an interface update from VW's page that they maintain just for this purpose...

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Not sure about the firmware updates but I'm guessing the dealer would have to do it. I've been in contact with JMehl and the problem is resolved. It turned out to be a bad interface cable. He replaced it and everything works fine now.

Jermmy

Edited by Carmon997S

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