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HONDA CIVIV 2009 WITH USB.. the usb is no longer recognised. The usb stick is fine .

Usb connection is no longer worker. As i tab through my radio aux etc usb is not showing. The usb stick is fine i have checked that.

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Factory stock day 1 radio,?
try another stick with 1 file, you never stated what music file you are
running,
on most car radios, they have limits.
file size
number of folders
and number of files per folder
and file types. MP3 only or????
read the manual on you exact radio so learn its limits.

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SOURCE: Connect iPod to OEM radio for 2001 Honda Accord

Just get the FM transmitter for ipod/MP3 player ( $10-15 in Walmart for example). It will be like an another station in FM at your radio. You can buy even a kit including car charger and fm transmitter in one piece.
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That is what I would have suggested.

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