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    Default [Dock Connector][Solved] Persistent error message "this accesory is not made..."

    Hi, i got this error message whenever i unlock the phone... basically it hinders me from hearing from the on-board speaker... if i use headphone, it has no problem. the error message is, "This accessory is not made to work with iphone. Would you like to turn on the airplane mode to reduce audion interference? you will not be able to receive calls."

    If i connect the iphone to unconnected iphone dock, the speaker works. Some googling told me to clean the connecting port, and i think i throughly have, but it still gives me the error message. Is there any software to enable the speaker forcefully? or what should i do to fix this problem?'

    thank you very much!

    edit: oh, and also, if i connect the iphone with just usb line, it still gives me the same error message, only if i plug iphone in the dock, i am able to use the speaker.
    Last edited by kwangta; 06-23-2008 at 11:00 AM. Reason: additional info



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    hmm.....you wold normally get that message when you connect to an accessory not for the iphone like a older speaker system or an itrip

    i have a 2 year old ipod speaker that gives me this message

    sounds like to me that you have something in your doc connector that makes it think it connected to an accesory.

    this is not a software problem but a hardware "glitch" like the ear phones are still connected glitch that happens once in a while ( http://www.hackint0sh.org/forum/show...ht=head+phones )
    the solution for that is to force your headphones into the socket HARD and JIGGLE it around then disconnect it

    mayb you could try that with a ipod cable and the dock connector

    let us know if it works
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    so, i've cleaned the connecting port with cutex/qtip, about 5 times... since i couldn't find any other solution...
    and voila!

    it works!

    i guess it was dirty... thanx for ur help!!!

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    glad to know you fixed it.
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