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    Default Smeg audio jukebox

    Has anyone conquered the art of transferring music from a USB flash drive to the jukebox.
    Weíve tried and occasionally succeeded but no longer for some reason.
    Itís a ďChillout:111 pieces of classical music for relaxationĒ which is obviously a compilation.
    I can find it (only) in ďmanage jukeboxĒ but canít get anywhere beyond that.....not even find/play in Media List.
    The instructions are perfunctory graphics and probably ok if you donít actually need instructions.
    TIA



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    This seems to be similar to my problem, if only I understood exactly how you do it..........Iím pre computer savvy.



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    The solution is NOT to strip all the file info (name, artist, album) from the files, but to have them on the USB stick as individual files and not in any folder or file structure (and with no other files or folders on the stick).

    The Jukebox will read the name, artist and album info on each file and you can also create folders (albums) of your own on the Jukebox.

    I challenge you to watch this Youtube video without falling asleep or yelling at him to speed up a bit:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sx5NG11MvcA

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    ^^^^ thanks for the link. I have a project. ))))))


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    Itís the only downside to be just one of a handful of owners it seems.


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    Hello, most likely nothing to do with it.
    My albums went on the USB as individual folders. No good, on shuffle, would keep shuffling the first album or folder. Then I opened up each folder and copied the contents across to the USB. Still no good, it would play all tracks numbered '1' first, then '2'.
    In end I went through the list of individual tracks, re-numbering them from 1 to 1500 odd.
    Now when I add a new album, I re-number, continuing on from the last one.
    The USB is used in my 10 year old Hyundai. I did originally do all this for my DS, but the wind noise made it pointless.
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    Iíve got approximately 110GB on the USB stick but Iím not sure if the supposed 4000 track limit means it wonít read them all.
    If it seems Iím somewhat clueless itís because I am, with this techie stuff.


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