Hello everybody. A long time ago, I installed a secondhand Pioneer receiver in my car, along with an IP-BUS iPod dock cable which takes the line-out from my 1st gen iPod Touch to the aux input on the receiver. I also wired the cable to a 12V line so it would simultaneously charge the iPod. Pretty simple and foolproof concept and it worked perfectly. Although I had to manage the controls on the iPod unit itself, I loved having a few gigs of my music on the road. Flash forward to 2010. I now have an iPhone 3G and an iPad that don't work at all with the cable. Whenever I try plugging them in, I get a warning screen saying "this accessory is not made to work with iPhone". I am aware that Apple is using lock-out chips on their newer devices to control the third party accessory market. Is there an adapter or some other workaround out there so I can use this cable? This is what the cable looks like: Thanks for the help.