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Panasonic cq-rx300n usb freezes with differant memory cards

My panasonic cq-rx300n which im running with a usb memory card quite often freezes. Ive used a 4gb pen drive a memory card with both a 2gb card and also a 8gb but the same problem happens. The only way to get it to start again is to press the scr button back to a usb device.

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Unless your USB port can read your phone, this will not work. The USB port is typically for USB memory sticks only. My Juke had the same issues, and I realized that the radio would need to be able to Run Windows Media Player 10 or better to work. Most radios don't have any Hard Drive memory, so unless yours does, you may need to find a different route.

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hold right track button until it resets

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