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I have recently purchased a Hyundai i20 with AVN system. The USB port does not read music or videos. It appears that the USB port and AVN system are not compatible. Has anyone else encountered a system problem and has it been resolved. Would appreciate any help. regards, Pradeep

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    gaurav_sagar Oct 25, 2012

    I am successfully using a 4GB pen drive by this method, but i failed when tried the same with 8GB pen drive.....Please let me know if there is anything I can do for that.

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Hi Pradeep,
To be able to read data (music, video, etc) off the USB you need to format it accordingly:
0. The USB should have data on the boot drive itself 1. The USB needs to be formatted correctly (FAT32 with allocation units of 512KB).
Try this - should work.
Avi (Another i20 AVN User)

Posted on Jan 17, 2011

  • karakumakara Feb 23, 2011

    both of you had received the pre loaded SD card from Hyundai

  • aviseng Feb 24, 2011

    Yes - the preloaded SD card has the navigation software which works with the GPS.

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