USB formatting problem

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SurfBoi
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Post by SurfBoi »

Hi.
I'm using a Samsung USB-C 128gb flashdrive (the blue-metallic one) and I keep getting a fault-message on the display complaining about the formatting. I can access all files and play music-files, but the player reject the usb when I've been parked overnight.
I tried fat32 and ntfs formatting with similar results. Does anyone have an idea as to how I'm supposed to format, or if I need another size/supplier of USB-stick?
Thankful for replies.
Jan
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Phorridge
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Post by Phorridge »

Have you tried exfat?
SurfBoi
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Post by SurfBoi »

Apparently max size is 64gb...will try that.
/Jan
tarbat
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Post by tarbat »

The manual says: "the USB drive must be FAT32 or NTFS formatted and have a minimum capacity of 8 GB and a maximum capacity of 64 GB"
SurfBoi
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Post by SurfBoi »

So...tried a 64gb Philips USB-stick and problem still persists. fat and ntfs tried.
Gazawebb
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Post by Gazawebb »

Just go on the play store and download Audiowagon - I'm currently using a Samsung T7 1TB drive, fat32 formatted with about 50 albums and 300+ MP3 single. it also has an EQ for better sound :).
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