Does the SD Card need to be formatted in a specific type to be read by the Q50? I want to load music on it.
I believe that you can use a SD card reader to play music files if you plug the SD card reader into one of the car's USB slots and it doesn't require a separate power supply. As previously stated, the SD card must be formatted in FAT32 and the music files must be in a readable format (see page 4-6 of the InTouch Manual). I haven't tried this though.Bump from the dead:
Above they made it clear that you cannot use the actual SD card slot to read music off an SD card
Is there any way to use the USB with an actual SD card slot reader or use a BlueTooth SD card slot reader to get music from the SD card?
There should be some way to make this happen.
Ok, the USB drive must be formatted with FAT32 for the InTouch system to read it, then you download your music files that are in the proper format (MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG2.5, WMA, AAC[MPEG4]). Plug the USB drive into one of the Media Hub USB slots in the center console.I mean what program plays the music from the stick? Keep in mind I've only had my Q50 since Tuesday night lol. Haven't had time to go through everything yet.
You can easily just copy and paste from iTunes. It puts them in the .M4A (AAC) format. I don't know if that file extension is recognized but give it a try on one or two.Got it, thanks. Thinking about it now I have no way of putting music on a stick any longer. My PC laptop died and we've gone all Mac the last few years. Don't use iTunes as I find it to be the clunkiest app ever. I've been using Pandora online radio for years now. Ah well.
That's all I do now is stream Pandora stations with my iPhone X plugged into the USB slot. And to think that at one time, Infiniti promised us we'd have Pandora as an InTouch app.Got it, thanks. Thinking about it now I have no way of putting music on a stick any longer. My PC laptop died and we've gone all Mac the last few years. Don't use iTunes as I find it to be the clunkiest app ever. I've been using Pandora online radio for years now. Ah well.