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Reply #25
or of course you could just format the USB drive as NTFS
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Reply #26
I've never seen a car stereo that could read NTFS?

mp3 playback order in car stereo (USB stick)
Reply #27
I've never seen a car stereo that could read NTFS?


My Sony MEX-BT3600U reads NTFS drives with no issues. It was only when I used a FAT32 one that I got any issues with playback order.
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Reply #28
My Sony MEX-BT3600U reads NTFS drives with no issues. It was only when I used a FAT32 one that I got any issues with playback order.


Interesting. The manual talks about Mass Storage Device rather than FAT32/NTFS so it's possible it doesn't use the file system on your headunit? But car stereos are still maybe 5 years behind even the cheapest of MP3 players in what they can do which I find really disappointing. Mine doesn't even keep settings if I disconnect the battery.

mp3 playback order in car stereo (USB stick)
Reply #29
That will be your continuous feed, check the wiring manual for your car/stereo (will be the 12V usually red or orange from the car side) if you are not comfortable fiddling with the wiring slip into a sound shop they will fix it for around £15 (GBP)

EDIT: Sorry just read that  it is early... I thought you meant when you turn off the car
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Reply #30
open notepad, copy & paste and save as sortsubfolders.bat in the root of your usb flash drive, double click on sortsubfoder.bat, done!
it work with FAT32, NFTS and every kind of Windows.

@echo off
rem save this batch on the rooot of the drive you want to be sorted
setlocal
chcp 1252 > nul
set  SORTINGORDER=/oneds
if x.x==xx (
  echo Error: Parameter missing: please specify a folder to sort.
  goto :eof
)
if not x%2x==xx (
  echo Error: Stray second parameter '%2' found. This script only takes one.
  goto :eof
)
pushd . >nul 2>&1 || (
  echo Error: Cannot change into folder '.'. Does it exist? Do you have proper access rights there?
  goto :eof
)
set TEMPFOLDER=zzzzzzzz.tmp
for /r  . %%f in (.) do (
  echo ...now sorting folder '%%f'
  cd "%%f" || (
      echo Error: Cannot change into folder '%%f'. Do you have proper access rights there?
      goto :eof
  )
  if exist "%TEMPFOLDER%" (
      echo Error: Cannot create temporary folder '%TEMPFOLDER%' in folder '%%f' because a file or folder of that name already exists. Will not clobber that.
      goto :eof
  )
  md "%TEMPFOLDER%" || (
      echo Error: Cannot create temporary folder '%TEMPFOLDER%' in folder '%%f'. Do you have proper write rights there?
      goto :eof
  )
  for /f "usebackq delims==" %%i in (`dir /b %SORTINGORDER%`) do if not "%%i"=="%TEMPFOLDER%" move "%%i" "%TEMPFOLDER%" >nul
  cd "%TEMPFOLDER%"
  for /f "usebackq delims==" %%i in (`dir /b %SORTINGORDER%`) do (
      echo    %%i
      move "%%i" .. >nul
  )
  cd ..
  rd "%TEMPFOLDER%"
)
popd
echo Sorting completed.
pause
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Reply #31
I know it's an old thread, but I just found this...

http://www.compulsivecode.com/Project_CopyInOrder.aspx

Cheers,
David.