Question about JVC Car Audio & Video
good luck reading them at all ...
due to the media the data will go away after time specialy if they have been packed in boxes against one another.
that is just fact.
but you can find drives at flea markets ebay an df computer shows.
Posted on Jun 13, 2008
SOURCE: jvc kd-g441 usb car stereo unit
Here's what Halford's told me to do; Remove the unit (by taking off the front bit, then using the keys to get the main bit out). You should see a red and a yellow power cable. Take the red and yellow cables out of the sockets, and swap them. This apparently re-orients the power and allows the unit to store data and resume playback etc more effectively. Hope it helps...
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
You can use any non powered USB drive (gains its power from usb only). You just have to plug it into your PC and select Properties > Format then make sure you format it in FAT12, 16 or most commonly (recommended) FAT32 file system.
Once you've done this you can transfer all your music onto it then plug it into the USB port lead from the back of the head unit
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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