02-14-2015 05:43 AM
I just bought the SanDisk SanDisk Ultra Fit™ USB 3.0 Flash Drive 16GB the other day, and i put music on it through my computer.
I wanted to use it playing music in my car. However when i put the USB in my car radio the music starts playing fast forward... and its with every song i put on there... Is there a way i can fix this?? Or do i need to buy a different USb??
02-14-2015 12:42 PM
Is there a way i can fix this?? Or do i need to buy a different USb??
Well, without knowing what kind of stereo system your car has, what kind of car it is, what app you used to create the music, what OS the app was run on, or how often you have created music flash drives for this car with this system I would have to say it's the music. It's hip hop and has a quick beat to it.
Am I close?
Sorry couldn't resist. Actually I have no idea.
Important files = Backed up files
02-15-2015 04:03 AM
hello, I have the same problem. I use Sony car hifi with 2.0 usb. The USB stick i use is a 3.0 nano. I just copy the songs directly as a map to my usb stick. It is formatted bij fat32. is this enough information?
02-15-2015 06:36 AM
I Have exactly the same problem. It plays the music as if its skipping through it on my car stereo and even if I copy it to the storage in the car stereo, its still skipping through the music. Now before anyone jumps down my throat and says its the car stereo, its definately not.
It happens on ANY device I use the drive on . If I copy music to it, when I try to play back from it on my laptop, it plays exactly as it does in my car. If I plug it into my desktop it does the same. So its a drive problem NOT a car problem. Can anyone at Sandisk help, because this was sold to me as being compatible to play MP3s on with my car and its not even compatible to do so with my PC. (Or my wife's Macbook).
Thanks for any info or advice.
02-15-2015 09:35 AM
there's others with the same issue … on amazon as well as here on sandisk (http://forums.sandisk.com/t5/all-sandisk-usb-flash-drives/ultra-fit-32gig-usb-doesnt-play-in-car/td-... via amazon.com, sandisk was aware of the issue late last year … and was, purportedly, working to resolve the issue.
imagine you might contact sandisk support at 1-866-sandisk … or submit a support request at www.sandisk.com/support. either way … misleading information affects us all.
02-15-2015 10:12 AM
"even if I copy it to the storage in the car stereo, its still skipping through the music."
This suggests (rather strongly) then that your skipping issue is a problem with the audio files themselves, not the drive.
What is the source of the files? Downloaded? From where? Bit-Rate & format? Ripped from your own CD's? With what program? Is the software set to create/write ID3 tags? Do the files play OK on a computer?
Before taking the easy way out and blaming the device that is merely the storage medium (a high-tech bucket, if you will), you might consider spending some time and effort making sure what you put in this bucket is potable.
02-15-2015 10:25 AM
Why should were you downloaded it from be a problem? I just wanted an USB that could play mp3 music trough my car sterio... i had one crappy ass usb before this one that could do it so why not this one?? I think its pretty stupid... and then im being nice...
02-15-2015 10:54 AM
Why should were you downloaded it from be a problem?
Download interference could cause file corruption, original files could be corrupted. it just adds another variable to the problem.
Important files = Backed up files
02-16-2015 06:01 AM
The audio files play perfectly when I play them from source i.e. from the folder on my PC. As soon as they are copied to the thumb drive they play fast forward (skipping) on any device I plug the thumb drive into. If I transfer them to another thumb drive that ISNT a sandisk they play perfectly. The problem is with the thumb drive NOT the files NOT the PC.