Radio problems driving me crazy!!!!!

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  1. navybass

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    I have a 2009 Dodge Challenger R/T with the media (whatever it's called) radio. The AM/FM, Sirius, Nav work, but when I try to download music to my hard drive via either DVD or USB, it keeps saying that there are no music files on the media I'm trying to download from. It is extremely frustrating. I know that there IS music files on the media and that my HDD in the radio works. What the heck could be the problem?
     
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    Hey.. Maybe the files are wrong format and the car system cannot read is so it says there are no music files..

    What files are those in your usb ? mp3 ?
     
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    I got half of it working. Found out that the thumb drive has to be FAT32 format otherwise it won't work in the radio.

    I haven't tried downloading them from Disc since I got the thumb drive to work.

    Thanks for the reply.
     
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    Get it to work fully?
     
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    Car technology and computer technology can be a challenge to get in sync
     
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    I did check my radio panel and it's said mp3 and wma i think so not other format works tho.
     
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    You figure out all the issues?
     
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    Once I got the USB to work I didn't bother trying to figure out the CD?DVD issue. Although it will play both CD's and DVD's. I also got the ipod connected to it, so there really is no need to use the HDD.
     

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