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I have a 32GB USB flashdrive filled with folders containing mp3 tunes. The system allows me to easily pick a folder and play the mp3's. My problem is I have to press the switch on the steering wheel to go to the next tune. In my other cars, after one selection is played, the next plays automatically. I suspect it must be a setting but I haven't been able to find it in the manual or by experimenting with the controls. Anyone have any ideas?
 

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I loaded 6gb worth of songs on a 8gb USB drive and it plays the next songs without pushing down on the switch.
It could be the format method of my flash-drive. Can you tell me the format of yours - Fat 32, NTFS, etc.? Thanks
 

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I have 128 USB with no problems...
Note you will have to select the first time, on the right side, the icons for random / replay... (these are not required but available... )
 

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I have 128 USB with no problems...
Note you will have to select the first time, on the right side, the icons for random / replay... (these are not required but available... )
Thank you. Once I selected the correct icon, all went well!
 

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I have a USB flash drive, formatted FAT32, with music in folders, not in folders, in .mp3 format, in WMA format. When I plug it into the port, the display says There are no Media files available. The files are all visible on a laptop. Any insight?
 

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I resolved my issue. I was using the Flash Drive from work and it is encrypted and both the work terminal and my laptop have the software installed to read the drive without a password. If the drive is inserted in any other device, a password is required to access the file information. Once I used a different Flash Drive, everything is fine. It reads the folders and plays both .mp3 and .WMA files. Now I just need a larger Flash Drive so we can load up some cross country driving music.
 
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