04-30-2010 09:16 AM
My new toyota Hilux has a USB connection, and when i plugged in my Sanza Fuze, it saw it right away, and it works well with music, all aspects. It can't seem to see audible files, which i believe are .aa files. Can anything be done? I have an aux with a straight through plug in, but of course, that uses the Sansa controls, and does not charge
Anybody any thoughts?
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04-30-2010 10:49 AM
Just an additional point - if your car stereo also has an AUX-IN headphone jack that would work since the "licensed portable device" is actually playing the files. I listen to protected audiobooks in the car all the time using the AUX-IN.
I appreciate the comments on this. I never gave much thought to this not-so-subtle difference between AUX-IN and USB interface car stereo interfaces. Thanks!
04-30-2010 02:55 PM
My latest Audible issue is, my replacement Fuze did not have a "last played" feature, where your default is to start listening where you left off. so I updated the firmware, and that cured that, but now the High Volume feature has vanished, plus the little tranmitter to car radio thingy I use in my other vehicle keeps cutting out. Any views on those?
05-29-2019 01:07 AM
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