1. RichardCook326's Avatar
    Hi, my car radio has the option of playing music from an external mp3 player via usb but for some reason when I plug my storm in it comes up with an error saying that it cant read it, I have tried with songs on media card and on the phone but had the same problem.

    Any ideas?

    Cheers.
    02-17-09 12:46 PM
  2. BlackBerryBob's Avatar
    With some stereo's you have to switch over to the AUX mode. Have you done this?
    02-17-09 12:48 PM
  3. stormtrooper254's Avatar
    Have you switched the car stereo to AUX mode?
    02-17-09 01:03 PM
  4. RichardCook326's Avatar
    I think it detects when player is plugged in, but will double check...
    02-17-09 04:00 PM
  5. RichardCook326's Avatar
    Yep no matter what option I used (AUX or USB) it still chucks up the same error
    02-17-09 04:34 PM
  6. mikells43's Avatar
    if its a newer chevy, mine works. i have a 2007 hhr and i just plug and play. i can even use my phone if it rings and press speaker i can hear it on the speakers of the car so i can talk taht way. cause god knows the bluetooth on the storm sucks
    02-17-09 05:38 PM
  7. Hats235's Avatar
    I have a pioneer bluetooth sterio and i can play music via bluetooth
    02-17-09 05:55 PM
  8. yehudahleib's Avatar
    I have a pioneer bluetooth sterio and i can play music via bluetooth
    I have a kenwood 7" LCD H/U... I bt my storm's music as well. It's not as loud as I like.

    But the H/U I have has iPod, USB, and AUX inputs... I have an 8GB thumbdrive plugged in.. it's pretty sweet.

    Storm really isn't the best device to plug into a stereo for music....
    02-17-09 06:23 PM
  9. yehudahleib's Avatar
    if its a newer chevy, mine works. i have a 2007 hhr and i just plug and play. i can even use my phone if it rings and press speaker i can hear it on the speakers of the car so i can talk taht way. cause god knows the bluetooth on the storm sucks
    Interesting... the BT on my storm works great in my car for phone calls.
    02-17-09 06:25 PM
LINK TO POST COPIED TO CLIPBOARD