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Hi,

I've had 'Chas' my C-HR for a year now and love it but it's come back from it's trip to the dealer for it's first service and recall work with an irritating issue.....

Basically, car was picked up and taken for service, the guy driving must have adjusted just about every function going, who knew the heating went up that high!! :roll: l

I have a memory stick in the usb port with hundreds of tracks on, prior to service could random through all tracks on all albums, now it keeps creating playlists and I can't get it to go back to full range of music. Can't even get it to go up to 100 tracks. Have studied the manual which tells you how to activate the 'similar songs' playlist but not how to get rid of it.

Can anyone help please? :?
 
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The same thing happened to me!

What I did was:
1. Select "Browse"
2. Select "Songs" (not Artists, Albums or Others)
3. When the full list appears, select one of the songs.
4. When it returns to the main USB screen, make sure Random is selected and Repeat is not.

it then started playing random tracks from the whole list of songs.
 

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Hi,

Sorry, my English is bad.
I have Toyota C-HR with Toyota Touch® 2 with Go. It has no CD player. I copied my CDs to my computer and I want to listen them in my car.
I have format USB stick as FAT32 and I created folder named perkele.
The first CD is AC/DC Back in Black Track_01.wav - Track_10.wav
The second CD is David Bowie Lodger Track_01wav - Track_10.wav
The third CD is King Crimson In the court of the Crimson King Track_01.wav - Track_05.wav

Could someone help me to create the playlist, please. I need only the first record not the whole file.I don't understand very good what is written in this forum.

This is how I tried but won't work:
/perkele/ACDC/Back in Black/Track_01.wav
 

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This is how I did it (on Linux Mint):

1. Rip CDs with ripper program. I used Asunder. In Asunder you can select directory where to rip and file format (I choose mp3).
2 When all CDs are ripped copy directories to USB stick root.

This is in Linux. I don't know how complex it is in Windows ;)

Here is the playlist aka m3u file (example Deep Purple Fireball - track4 is not ripped):

Deep Purple - Fireball.mp3.m3u

#EXTM3U
#EXTINF:205,Deep Purple - Fireball
01 - Deep Purple - Fireball.mp3
#EXTINF:413,Deep Purple - No No No
02 - Deep Purple - No No No.mp3
#EXTINF:321,Deep Purple - Demon's Eye
03 - Deep Purple - Demon's Eye.mp3
#EXTINF:321,Deep Purple - The Mule
05 - Deep Purple - The Mule.mp3
#EXTINF:498,Deep Purple - Fools
06 - Deep Purple - Fools.mp3
#EXTINF:386,Deep Purple - No One Came
07 - Deep Purple - No One Came.mp3
 
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