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What filesystem is it formatted with?I just verified that a sandisk usb with MP3 files, which plays perfectly on my S90D, always shows “loading error” on the Model 3. The song icons do show but in gray with “loading error” displayed.
Come on Tesla... push some new(er) versions and start clearing up some of these problems. Oh yeah, I’d like to have WiFi enabled too please!
FAT32. Works on Model S. Clearly the 3 can read the drive;all the albums show up but they are in gray and when I try to play one, it does show (again in gray) all the track names. But nothing will play.What filesystem is it formatted with?
Strange. Others have said they can play music from theirs it just doesn't give them many options and it doesn't remember the last song played.FAT32. Works on Model S. Clearly the 3 can read the drive;all the albums show up but they are in gray and when I try to play one, it does show (again in gray) all the track names. But nothing will play.
Sounds more fundamental a bug than reading the file system.
I have 2018.4.9 firmware.
Yes, also .m4a files won't play. So at least the media player DOES work it just has indigestion with anything but .mp3 music at the moment. That is with 2018.10.5loading error on any AAC files. All my MP3 files play fine. No AAC? no Car Play?---someone doesn't like Apple.