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How can I play MP3 on the CD Player? Do I have to create a special folder etc?

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  • awhchan2002 Mar 08, 2009

    Already did, tried that with CDR, CDRW, all these files could be played on my Computer and home DVD player.....asked Toyota HK to check , they said the function was fine...might need to call Toyota again and ask how they do that....

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Make sure the cd player is capable of playing mp3's. Then burn mp3 on to disk and you should be fine. No special folder is needed. Hope this helps.

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