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Whats up loaded music on flashdrive put picture does not show up..help

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Only a couple of mine are showing up. My guess is that the pictures are either the wrong format or that there is simply no photo loaded in the particular MP3.

Posted on Jan 15, 2008

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For the pics, make sure the usb is not selected as the source, in other word when you hook up the usb, go and the press the radio butten, the go back to the background options and the "change" icon should be highlighted

Posted on Jan 27, 2008

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