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This kit only works properly with an older generation of iPod. Newer generation iPods require a 5V power supply and so have a different pin-out for the connector to avoid overvoltage to the device, and so won't charge while in use (would have to be charged from some other source).
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This kit only works properly with an older generation of iPod. Newer generation iPods require a 5V power supply and so have a different pin-out for the connector to avoid overvoltage to the device, and so won't charge while in use (would have to be charged from some other source).
You can buy an adapter to correct the charging issue.
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