Since I don't use my USB port for my phone or music, it's been sitting unused for nearly three years. Today I plugged my fitbit in and it charged.
Load up your USB, set the player to shuffle, and KUSB is on the air!Music via the USB port is the niftiest feature ever. No more glove boxes or consoles full of CDs or cassettes. No worries about having the media stolen. Flash drives or phones go with us easily. Stuff in the console is also out of sight and the way.
I use SanDisk Crusers (nearly a dozen, built by genre) and have no problems. I think the source of your problem is how you are building the drive for use in the car. Can you explain your process?I put about 10 gigs of music on a flash...does anyone have the issue of all songs creating a copy that doesn't play? Each song I put on gets a copy like this, ".:Song Title:." but it just skips it when it comes up. Since each song gets a copy, they come up often and it's quite annoying, especially because if I want to search the USB, alphabetically all these come up first. Might be my USB, Sandisk I think?
I think either your songs aren't tagged right, or you've exceeded the number of files the car can handle.I keep my iPod classic in there. Something like 55gigs. Only problem is that stuff that is considered a "compilation" doesn't come up when searching, but does on shuffle.
Open Music Folder. CTRL A. CTRL C. Open Sandisk Cruzer. CTRL V. Unplug. Go.I use SanDisk Crusers (nearly a dozen, built by genre) and have no problems. I think the source of your problem is how you are building the drive for use in the car. Can you explain your process?
I've guessing it's some "ghost" file that your music system creates. After copying it to the Cruzer, delete everything that's not a MP3, M4A or other music file. I don't think the Cruze can make use of JPGs or any album art that's not in the music file itself.Open Music Folder. CTRL A. CTRL C. Open Sandisk Cruzer. CTRL V. Unplug. Go.