Question about JVC KD-G720 CD Player
I have been using a 4gig thumb drive on the USB input on the front of my reciever w/ no problems...I just purchased a 30gig Zune and it keeps flashing "check" and won't play. The manual said to try and keep from having an abundance of folders and subfolders. I had my songs organized by artist, then album and I deleted all the album folders so all the songs just fell under the artist name, (no subfolders) and it's still not working. I also have some video and picture files that may be causing it not to read but I'd rather not delete if I don't have to. Am I simply going to have to cut down? Thank you for your help Bryan Jenkins
I dont think a zune is capable of being directly read from in a unit such as this. When you plug your zune into a computer for instance, you need special software to upload and edit music on the device. I dont think the device pops up as a drive in "my computer" if you are using a drive "usb key" that does simply pop up on a pc, and it works on your deck, this would prove to me that your deck is simply not capable of reading the info on your zune. aka, there is no way to install drivers on your deck that are capable of reading off the zune. Your usb key works because it simply reads as a drive. this isnt really a solution, but maybe check with the manufacturer of your deck. send them an email and see if there is any way to make a zune read properly.
Posted on Aug 22, 2007
I had the same issue with the in dash stereo I bought. I thought I would be slick by hooking up my zune to the usb and it would work perfectly... not so much. However if your stereo has an aux hook up on the back of the unit and feed through any part of your dash. I fed mine through my glove compartment that way there was no cord flopping around when I wasn't using my zune.
hope this helps
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
Well, there is no way to install drivers on your deck, but there is a way to install "Fixes" to your Zune. Look for various "Fixes" on the net, once your zune is acting as a Flash Drive, try it than and tell us what happens.
Posted on Nov 30, 2007
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