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I have the 430 Radio. I want to transfer music from my IPOD Nano to radio. But when I plug IPOD into front USB (on radio face), & touch "Front USB" & "Add Music Files" on radio screen, it reads "No Supported Files Found." When I plug it into center console, radio reads "Reading USB" & then it plays songs on IPOD without any problem. Just can't transfer music.
Am I doing something wrong?
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Dealer upgraded software awhile ago.
 

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iPod files are .AAC files, you need to convert the songs on your computer to .MP3 then put them on a portable jump drive and transfer them to your radio that way...

...I could be wrong
 

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iPod files are .AAC files, you need to convert the songs on your computer to .MP3 then put them on a portable jump drive and transfer them to your radio that way...

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OK...makes sense...thanks!
 

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have to go MP3. I got frustrated too. so now I have 3600 songs with room for almost 7 gigs more on the hard drive and looking for more and another 1200 on my Ipod with room for another 250 -300 songs:headbang2:
 

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Why not just stream from the Nano via the USB port.
 

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iPod files are .AAC files, you need to convert the songs on your computer to .MP3 then put them on a portable jump drive and transfer them to your radio that way...

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I just bought a '12 Challenger with the 730N and I added about 1200 songs all in .AAC format from iTunes... I did it with a USB jump drive though. If anyone finds out how to do it from the iPod itself, I would be interested in knowing how. However, it could be different than yours since its not the 430...
 

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I haven't looked into it, but can you upgrade the hard drive space?
I believe you can, but IIRC the computer will only recognize up to a certain size---80 or 120GB? Can't remember.

And solid state is your friend in a car. Bumps will destroy a standard HDD over time.
 

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I had to use a 2GB flash drive since the system would not recgonize a 16gb, but have not tried anything in between.
 

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Possible Fix?

I also had similar issues to these... The solution I found was the thumb drive needed a Image file on it also for the system to recognize it!! weird but as soon as I did that and plugged it back in Voila.. it found the image and ALL the .mp3 files on the thumb drive! removed the image file and it no longer found the rest of the files? Worth a shot :icon_confused:
 
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