Question about JVC Car Audio & Video
Posted by Anonymous on
Make sure you have the USB device formatted as FAT and not NTFS, it won't read NTFS. Pretty much all car radio/head units are like that. Don't make seperate partictions, just one, it won't read more than one partition. Hope that helps.
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