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    Anyone know what is the largest supported flash drive this deck can handle? i have tried 2 64gb (pny/centon) formated as FAT32 and they both have problems playing songs, when i only had one or two songs on the pny it would play but as soon as i loaded more music (folders etc) it would say unplayable format (although all songs are .mp3). I thought it was the usb cable but i got my hands on a ipod classic and it works fine. I'm thinking 32gb maybe? but wanted to see if anyone could verify, Pioneer tech support failed me the other day so i would "try again" but i don't think i would get a answer.







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    Re: Pioneer AVH-P4400BH largest supported flash drive?

    SDHC is up to 32gb, which is what most things support. Larger cards, 64gb, 128gb (SDXC) is still relatively new (2010) and still isn't implemented in a lot of electronics, although being formatted in fat32 will help compatibility in older products supporting SDHC



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    Re: Pioneer AVH-P4400BH largest supported flash drive?

    Thanks i know that but this particular deck doesn't support sd cards at all, only FLASH DRIVES via usb.




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    Re: Pioneer AVH-P4400BH largest supported flash drive?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sosi View Post
    Thanks i know that but this particular deck doesn't support sd cards at all, only FLASH DRIVES via usb.
    sorry I thought I read SD card. Norco and Valium have me a little off.



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