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Can anyone help me here... Cant for the life of me work out what format music has to be to play it direct from a USB stick in the USB port. Please can someone advise how to do this, most of my music is on ITunes but will not play, a step by step guide would be greatly appreciated.
 

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Hi, this is really simple... the music files MUST be .mp3 format, it doesn't matter how you put them on the USB (you can use seperate folders for each album for example).. the audio will search the USB and list all the music for you...

As far as I'm aware you can't use iTunes to export music, playlists etc.. Windows Explorer is your 'tool' (unless you're a MAC-Man..)

Hope this helps..
 

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OK, so I copy music to Windows Media Player then what?, sorry if this is basic stuff, but it really is confusing me on how to get music from a cd to play on the USB port thru a usb stick.
 

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OK,it's actually a different question you're asking then "how di Irip a CD to .mp3 files.."

Suggest you Google it... once you've ripped them to .mp3 then put them on the USB as I explained..
 

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<a href="http://www.freerip.com/" target="_blank">
There are lots of free programs you can use, this was the first I found on a quick search..

http://www.freerip.com/

Or, I just found this guide on how to rip the files using iTunes

http://www.askdavetaylor.com/how_do_i_have_itunes_rip_cds_into_mp3_format.html

Good luck !</A>
 

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The Nissan Connect system will also play M3u playlists if you have them on your system so you can play your tracks in the order you wish rather than shuffle or alphabetic.
 

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All my tracks are in alphabetical order anyway since the track number comes before the track name... I think you can also play wma files
 

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You can use Windows media player to rip to mp3 as well in case you don't want to look through Google's answers. just look at the Help file.
If you don't have a spare USB stikc then you can get around 12 albums worth of mp3 onto a standard blank CD and I would imagine the CD player in the Juke will play them if
 

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Oh, b****cks hit the send key by accident...

my last post should finish with "the Juke will play them if the system can play mp3s already."
 

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^^^^^

Dougal said:
Oh, b****cks hit the send key by accident...

my last post should finish with "the Juke will play them if the system can play mp3s already."
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in the words of sergey simples!

hope this helps for future edits
Edited by: deks36
 
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