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Cosmo15555



Member Since: 24 Jun 2014
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United Kingdom 2010 Range Rover Sport Supercharged HSE Stornoway Grey
USB flash drive

I’ve formatted a 32gb flash drive in fat32 mode as listed in Manuel then copied some mp3 files to it but car just stays on connecting usb
Any info would be very appreciated
Thanks
Cosmo

Post #558895 Wed Jun 13 2018 8:40pm
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scarey



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try a different flash drive...

Post #558896 Wed Jun 13 2018 8:47pm
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Cosmo15555



Member Since: 24 Jun 2014
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United Kingdom 2010 Range Rover Sport Supercharged HSE Stornoway Grey

I just purchased this 1 which is a sandisk
Will the system read mp3 in separate folders or just files on there own

Post #558904 Wed Jun 13 2018 9:23pm
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RobP



Member Since: 21 Jun 2009
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if standard system then think single folder with all MP3 files in
try just adding a single MP3 file in root of drive and delete everything else to test TDV8 now with extra grin factor thanks to Alive Tunning

Post #558908 Wed Jun 13 2018 10:00pm
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Cosmo15555



Member Since: 24 Jun 2014
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Thanks for your reply when I formatted the drive I did quick format so I have just started a full format then I will put 2 files on with one of them in a folder and see what happens

Post #558911 Wed Jun 13 2018 10:27pm
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scarey



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another option is to try a smaller flash drive, say a 4gb and see if that works....i've never used anything bigger than that so it could be that the 32gb is to big..

Post #558929 Thu Jun 14 2018 8:45am
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HEFF



Member Since: 14 Jan 2018
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United Kingdom 2007 Range Rover Sport TDV6 HSE Zermatt Silver

hi..i some where read about the radio only reads upto a certain amount of gb size usb i think the max was 4 or 8 gb
but please research it .

Post #558935 Thu Jun 14 2018 12:34pm
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Col



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The max size it will read is 32gb as I have used this size, however I think it has to be ExFat format not Fat32.


Cheers
Col

Post #558937 Thu Jun 14 2018 12:46pm
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Cosmo15555



Member Since: 24 Jun 2014
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I have tried formatting to ex/fat but still not reading so will get a 4gb to try
Thanks for all replies
Cosmo

Post #558981 Thu Jun 14 2018 9:13pm
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Col



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Not saying it's the problem but might be worth checking the lead that goes from USB socket through the cubby box lid into the harness, as these have been known to break a wire with continual opening and closing the lid. Not sure what the symptoms would be if the lead was broken as regards to screen message though. Do you by any chance have a USB socket under the flap by the rear air vents between the front seats ?, if so could try a drive in there as might prove something.

Cheers
Col

Post #559029 Fri Jun 15 2018 12:39pm
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HEFF



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i think the newer rrs can support 32gb ...any ways can you let us know the out come when you sorted it.
cheers Thumbs Up

Post #559044 Fri Jun 15 2018 6:59pm
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Cosmo15555



Member Since: 24 Jun 2014
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United Kingdom 2010 Range Rover Sport Supercharged HSE Stornoway Grey

I spoke to rangerover dealer yesterday they said poss problem with usb interface but want to charge me an hours labour to check it out
I’m going to buy a 4gb drive and try that and let you know how I get it
Thanks for all the replies
Cosmo

Post #559098 Sat Jun 16 2018 9:03am
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HEFF



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wow there cheeky.
fingers crossed mate Thumbs Up

Post #559122 Sat Jun 16 2018 1:31pm
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Russben



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Occasionally my 32gb USB takes a while to connect. Leave it a bit longer & see if it connects. I'm not sure if it's related to the amount of info on the USB stick? I've got loads of music on mine. I'm in the shed, I'll be back in the real world in a minute.

Post #560048 Wed Jun 27 2018 5:54pm
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Cosmo15555



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I tried leaving it to connect for about 20 minutes but still not connecting
Has anyone used iPod through the usb lead

Post #560192 Thu Jun 28 2018 8:10pm
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