31147 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Apr 13, 2008 1:57 PM by franciscoandre
I don't know at all why isn't your iPod Touch being recognized by the PS3. Although you may find [this article|http://www.appleinsider.com/articles/08/04/09/iphoneto_interface_with_playstation_3_blu_rayplayback.html] interesting and helpful in the future.
P.S: Sorry for this possible threadjack.
Hope this helps!
I know exactly why your iPod touch isn't recognised by the PS3 but the iPod nano's are.
It's because the iPod touch doesn't have a 'Disk Mode' which allows it to be seen by other devices as a USB Mass Storage device.
There's no workaround for this for the PS3, but there is some third-party Mac software which allows the iPod touch and iPhone to be used as a disk when connected to a Mac.
I thought that, but not exactly. The OP stated:
I have tried my brothers new iPod Nano (4gb) and my old iPod nano...
As much as I know the 3G iPod Nano, doesn't have the "Disk Mode" just like the iPod Touch