I had a similar issue after I updated to iOS 4 on my iPhone 3GS. I think I've resolved the issue by doing a hard reset on the phone. You can do this by disconnecting the phone from your stereo and then holding down both the Home and Lock button (top of the phone) at the same time. When you see the Apple logo, you can release the buttons. Now plug the phone back in and enjoy the music againisiciliani said:Sometimes my ipod is recognized and other times no. After service it seems OK for couple weeks. Then sometimes no and sometimes yes. Then it does not recognize at all.
Can anyone help??
IOS4 is causing havoc on all mobile platforms that dont update through an internet connection.texlaker said:Sounds like this is a consistent problem with the Terrain. I wish GM could have some of the seamless tech options that Ford has with its Sync platform.
You guys may be right about the IOS4, however, I seem to recall these issues popping up in forum post even prior to the latest OS updates. Having said that, I do wish that the Terrain's bluetooth software downloaded the paired cell phones' address books and/or allowed bluetooth streaming of music. That is something pretty standard across the Ford line and even amongst Hyundai and Kia.bballr4567 said:IOS4 is causing havoc on all mobile platforms that dont update through an internet connection.