I’ve taken the drive out and plugged it back in – nothing; I’ve turned the whole car off and on again without the USB in / out – still refuses to detect it; I’ve tried both USB sockets – nothing. If the car plays the songs on the thumb drive, the problem is not the car’s USB port. BOOK A SERVICE FORD ACCOUNT OWNER'S MANUAL. They seem to charge devices fine. Use your voice to browse and select music on your iPod or music player. I don’t know what the limit is but my 32GB is enough to break it. Through a collection of current features and programs, and features coming soon, FordPass will provide you with more options so you can go further than you thought possible...Note: If you do not accept the terms and conditions by June 30, 2020, your Owner Advantage Rewards balance will be forfeited. This includes a USB port for playing music stored on a compatible device. SYNC 3 – .mp3, .wma, .wav, .aac, .flac, and .ogg. I am not an apple fan, but this works.
This sorting is independent from where the files are stored. I’ve altered the format to mp3. You can even ask SYNC® to play songs by name.
I insert my 8GB Walkman and after indexing, each album has each song listed twice. Once your device is connected by Bluetooth to your vehicleâs audio system, launch the deviceâs media player to begin playback. So, I’d like to know – 1. We have to say it was very disappointing not to have a CD player in our new car especially as we have recently recorded 100’s of albums onto CD for this very purpose. When playing albums from the USB stick the system plays the tracks in alphabetical order, rather than the proper track order. Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Wargazm, Mar 18, 2011. I don’t plan on doing any folder setup or playlists, etc. Thank you very much. Then it will successfully index your thumb drive in at worst 10 to 15 minutes.
Hi, not sure if this is related, but I have several albums on my memory stick, I have put them in folders, named the folders and numbered them I’ve also numbered the tracks inside the folders, but, there’s always a but, whenever I want to play them they come up in alphabetical order.
So, it’s possible, but just be aware of the limitation of using such high storage capacities.
Dear David – . For those with recent models of Ford cars you may have the SYNC in-car system. Any ideas ? It may be nothing, that’s the name of the female voice that SYNC uses, if you didn’t know. Did you find out what the problem was/is? I still have about 25,000 songs on the thumb drive, but now SYNC only recognizes 14,000 songs. -“Pause” / “Play”
i have a 2012 Ford Explorer. -“What is playing?”, Get in touch with an official Ford representative. The specific information on starting USB playback including what voice commands are available can be found in the. Any ideas? I don’t think you can do that with an ipod (leaving it in your car throughout the summer can cause the battery to fail (it swells because of the heat…not good). But, if you’re worried I’d recommend the USB option. Home > Owners > Technology > Sync Support > Sync 1 > How to play music on your USB device or iPod I believe that they are shown in the order dictated by the track number data and is unrelated to the actual filename you’ve given. I’d recommend http://www.mp3tag.de/en/ as a way to ensure the MP3 metadata is correct. (in my old Peugeot, you could move a fuse one slot to the, say, left which meant the 12V socket only powered hen the car elecs were on rather than being powered all the time). I experimented yesterday and left my phone plugged in and it carried on charging even with all the electrics switched off – is there a way if stopping this? The USB is 32GB, can you give any insight or tell me the type of USB that it will recognize. many thanks. You can manage cookies at any time on the Manage Cookie Settings page but this may limit or prevent use of certain features on the website. Exercise your rights under the California Consumer Privacy ActÂ here. I have music on usb 32gb for 18 months playing fine then just stopped working saying connect a usb device on the dash screen, I have tried numerous usb of different sizes, re formatted using Fat32, the information is on the stick as if I switch just the ignition on it will play the usb as normal for about 7 seconds then throw up the message connect a usb device, so I used a my phone charging cable connecting to the usb in centre console and it does the same thing it charges my phone and connects for 7 seconds then stops working. If you get to this point, try a Master Reset of your SYNC system or MyFordTouch, whatever you call it (assuming this is what you have in your car). You may be on a much more modern sync version, though, so it may work differently.