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2022.20.8 lost USB audio source?

beatle

Active Member
Aug 31, 2019
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1,144
Springfield, VA
You could try low level formatting the USB or scanning it for errors. If it comes back clean, this was just a file system corruption (perhaps done by the car) and you can reuse the drive. If it has persistent errors, then it was just a coincidence that it failed at the same time the software was updated.
 

vcor

Tech Specialist
Nov 29, 2012
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California
Also, keep in mind that USB sticks are not rated to work in the automotive temperature range. They often work fine, until they don't. I strongly recommend using SD Drives (with an adapter) as these are rated for automotive temperatures (very high/low). Cabin temps can easily go beyond 140F in the sun, and the drive internally heats up an additional 10-20F. Here's my list of drives with the temperature ranges listed: Recommended Drives for the Tesla Dashcam – TeslaTap
 

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