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Use my HTC Incredible In My Car

Discussion in 'Android Audio and Video' started by Comicsnut, Sep 20, 2011.

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    I have some music on the SD card of my HTC Incredible and have listened to them in my car via the USB cable in the past.

    However, I never know exactly how it works. It seems like it's a crap shoot whether it will work or not. I usually select "Mount As Drive" and then my radio seems to sense something, but then simply goes back to AM/FM.

    What should I do to be able to plug it in and play tunes?

    Should the songs be in a certain named directory? Should they all be in one directory (meaning: I have Music>Artist A, Artist B, Artist C...) so should I dump them all into the "Music" directory?

    My Music directory is located at /mnt/sdcard/Music. Should it be somewhere else? Named something else?

    Sorry if this is very simple, but I don't get why sometimes plugging it in I just randomly start to hear music, and other times nothing at all.

    Thanks in advance...
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    This question has more to do with car, or more specifically the head unit you are using than the droid incredible.
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    How's that?

    Sometimes I plug it in & can navigate the filesystem...other times it simply says "Files Not Supported".

    It's a crap shoot.

    So says my ADR6300.