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U s b port on my 2009 tucson ,is it to play from

U s b port on my 2009 tucson rdaio/cd ,is it to play from memory stick or i.pod,no info with vehicle can you help (f.lancaster)

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Most are used for ipod, alot do take flash drive and jumpdrives too though.. its not going to hurt it if you plug it in, just put the stereo in ipod/aux

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Is the USB port located next to the aux ipod jack under the center console (factory installed), or is it in the glove box (dealer installed)? If it is dealer installed, it might not be properly connected...

Mini says that the aux input is easier to use, but the USB audio interface (SA 6ND, SA 6NE) supports the common compression formats MP3 (mp3), AAC (aac, m4a, m4b), WAV/PCM (wav) and WMA (wma, asf) as well as playlists in the M3U format.

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Lo and behold, a list of titles came up on the two-line display in the speedo!

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