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iPod Touch - iTouch (2G) won't display composite video out


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iPod Touch 2nd gen, software 2.2, running Griffin A/V cables (from dock connector on iPod to Yellow(video), White/Red(audio)) on inputs to 3 different projectors. None of them has recognized an input and displayed my pictures. Pictures are in the Photos folder, running as slideshow. Full battery.

I could get it to work at the Apple store when using their Apple Universal dock and playing the music at the same time. Remote could not control picture forward/backward, it just controlled the music.

Has anyone succeeded in /equipment? Probably most importantly, does anyone know if Apple is aware and will fix in a software update?

Intent is to use this to display my presentations. Thanks for your time.
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