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Boombox not working

RobRoy1

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Mar 24, 2021
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Hi all. After this recent update it says that I can upload 5 custom sounds on USB in Boombox folder but 3 mp3 files i have in this folder are not seen by tesla boombox. Anybody same issue? thanks
 

Mod3l 3 rocks

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Jul 21, 2021
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Hi all. After this recent update it says that I can upload 5 custom sounds on USB in Boombox folder but 3 mp3 files i have in this folder are not seen by tesla boombox. Anybody same issue? thanks
Mine isn’t working either. I’ve tried seemingly everything. Even partitioning the drive. Hopefully it gets fixed with an update.
 

NpOverspeed

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Jun 13, 2020
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Not sure how reliable this is as I have not seen anyone get 2021.12.25.6 but the release notes state that Boombox will be removed with this update.

Moderator-I’m sure the contents of the link is more applicable to a different thread but I figured it is relevant information for the OP.
 

mluu510

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Feb 19, 2020
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oakland, ca
i tried uploading custom boombox sounds to my flash drive and it's not working either. simple file name and Boombox folder, it doesn't seem to recognize it
 

Knightshade

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Jul 31, 2017
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Not sure how reliable this is as I have not seen anyone get 2021.12.25.6 but the release notes state that Boombox will be removed with this update.

Moderator-I’m sure the contents of the link is more applicable to a different thread but I figured it is relevant information for the OP.


Suggests that change is only for cars in Hong Kong (for fairly obvious, not on topic, reasons)
 
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sheilabruce

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Oct 1, 2021
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IF YOU CAN'T GET IT TO WORK, TRY THIS:

Tried every suggestion in forums and watched wayyy too many YouTube videos and the custom horn STILL wasn't working.

Finally, I got it working by naming the two partitioned drives as TESLADRIVE (T: ) and BOOMBOX (B: ).

I then created 2 folders under TESLADRIVE (T: ) named "TeslaCam" and "Boombox".

I created another "Boombox" folder on the Boombox drive. I then placed the songs in 3 different locations to create redundancy hoping one of them would work. I am not sure which one worked, but I'm just happy it worked.

Added music files in these 3 locations:
1. In the Boombox folder under TESLADRIVE (T: )
2. In the Boombox folder under BOOMBOX (B: )
3. Under BOOMBOX (B: ) outside of the folder

My songs were mp3 and WAV and they both worked!

In summary, it looked like this:

TESLADRIVE (T: )
> TeslaCam
> Boombox

nospaces.mp3
nospaces.wav


BOOMBOX (B: )
nospaces.mp3
nospaces.wav
> Boombox
nospaces.mp3
nospaces.wav
 

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