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Hi
Looking for a bit of advice please (in as non-techy a way as possible)
I find the radio unit a bit of a pain and thought that the SD slot would be may saviour.
Copied a playlist of over 100 tracks onto a Scandisk 32GB card.
I just wanted a random playlist of favourites for longer journeys.
The unit seems to read the card no problem and plays the music - but only around 15 of the tracks then starts again.
Most frustrating. Am I missing something basic here?
Many thanks.
 

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I managed to solve the problem so I thought I'd post this in case anyone else has a similar issue.
Looking into things a bit more deeply it turned out the tracks which played were all in MP3 format and those that didn't were (I think) M4A - which is an Apple format used in iTunes.
Mr google helped me find a piece of software called Switch which can transfer files into different formats.
Long story short I transferred them all into MP3 and now have my full playlist working.
 
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