Honda Accord: To Stop Playing Your iPod - Playing an iPod (Models with navigation system) - Features - Honda Accord 2008-2012 Owner's ManualHonda Accord: To Stop Playing Your iPod

To play the radio, press the FM/AM, or to switch to the disc mode. Press the button. Press the CD button to switch to the disc mode. Press the AUX button to switch back to the iPod.

Disconnecting an iPod

You can disconnect the iPod at any time when you see the OK to disconnect message* in the iPod display. Always make sure you see OK to disconnect message in the iPod display before you disconnect it.

Make sure to follow the iPods instructions on how to disconnect the dock connector from the USB adapter cable.

* : The displayed message may vary on models or versions. On some models, there is no message to disconnect.

When you disconnect the iPod while it is playing, the center display and the audio screen (if selected) show NO DATA.

If you reconnect the same iPod, the system may begin playing where it left off, depending on what mode the iPod is in when it is reconnected.

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