Question about Car Audio & Video
There are many possible reasons for this limitation. The most frequent mistake is uploading files that aren't the correct readable format for the stereo. There is a easy way to check this.
Plug in your flash drive into your computer and search the drive for "*.mp3". This is assuming you are trying to play mp3 files. If the results show 93 tracks , this is your problem. You will need to convert the other music to mp3 format before it can be used.
If you supply me with your stereo's make and model and the most prominent music formats on your computer , I will be able to tell you which formats the device supports and make a better recommendation for a mp3 converter.
For a free mp3 converter , search the web or use this one (Click HERE)
Let me know the details and I will get back to you.
Posted on May 05, 2010
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