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So my battery needed a jump on sunday leaving o'riley's. got them to give me a jump and as i'm driving home, the radio shuts off. now the tv only turns on when I put the truck in reverse. i checked the radio fuse and its good. also opened up the glove compartment and unplugged the blue cable for 15 sec like i saw in a youtube video. I should also add that im able to listen to the radio using the steering wheel controls but only for about 15 min before it shuts itself off.
2014 Yukon Denali - I’ve copied all my mp3 music tracks to a 16GB USB 2.0 flash drive formatted MS-DOS FAT (FAT32). The flash drive containes 4,800 tracks.
Handbook indicates should be able to copy “All Songs” from the USB port in center console to Infotainment’s internal 20GB hard drive and play from there. I am able to go to USB menu, select “record”, select “All Songs”. I’ve left it to work on it’s own but when I return hours later there’s only a couple hundred or so tracks uploaded. Also tried using HD Menu/Record/All Sings but no goodski.
Surely there must be a simple batch mode to do this in one fell swoop? Any suggestions? Do folders & subfolders present any upload issues?
As the title suggests the USB music is exhibiting erratic behavior.
Sometimes folder view is not available (it is not indexing as the flash drive was not removed).
When returning to vehicle and turning on key, the music played will typically be what I was last listening to; sometimes it will randomly play something else.
Sometimes it shows “No Media Found” then after a period of time when it does recognize the USB it shows “No Artist Info”. The song title will display but no artist or album title. When this happens there is no sound and adjusting the volume control has no effect. If I press radio the sound works, then pressing media and now the sound works and the song title, artist and album display correctly.
2017 Silverado LT. The USB is Patriot Slate 3.1 256GB NTFS. I have another one which works fine in a 2017 Corvette. The owner’s manual page 203 states USB format FAT16/32 or ex FAT is recognized but NTFS is not. Page 201 states USB 2.0. However, page 27 of the Infotainment manual states that it supports file systems FAT32 and NTFS. So, what to believe?
What do you guys think? Anyone have the same or similar issues?
Recently had battery drain drastically on my 2016 1500. Does not want to charge on the battery charger. I can get it to start and, when running, the cruise control doesn't work and the USB ports on the center console don't seem to work; however, the USP port inside the storage area of the console does work.
Only thing I had done differently lately is involves messing around with the cruise control, based on reading something in the manual that said that if I held down the cruise control "set" button while in park with the e brake on it would idle at a set RPM. That never happened, but there may be some consistency between doing that and the problems I am having.
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