Pajero Sport 2014 USB on radio does not start where it ended when vehicle is restarted

DeonCil
Vehicle: Pajerosport 2.5
Country: South Africa
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Pajero Sport 2014 USB on radio does not start where it ended when vehicle is restarted

Thu Jun 01, 2017 9:04 am

Hi guys. Just a small frustration I have with the USB on my Pajero Sport 2014 radio. When playing the usb and then switching off the vehicle the usb starts playing right from the beginning of the playlist on the usb when vehicle is restarted. Is there any setting in the radio of firmware upgrade I can do that will simply let the usb play from where it was switched off.
Sean Carritt
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Country: Zambia
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Re: RE: Pajero Sport 2014 USB on radio does not start where it ended when vehicle is restarted

Wed Jun 07, 2017 7:23 pm

DeonCil wrote:Hi guys. Just a small frustration I have with the USB on my Pajero Sport 2014 radio. When playing the usb and then switching off the vehicle the usb starts playing right from the beginning of the playlist on the usb when vehicle is restarted. Is there any setting in the radio of firmware upgrade I can do that will simply let the usb play from where it was switched off.
Hi Deon how you doing? To me Deon this definately sounds like a setting to me. Another way to check. Set the clock on the raidio. When you turn on the raidio again and it has reset then that means maybe it was not connected the right way but if not then I would say it sounds like a setting.

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Going 4x4
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Re: Pajero Sport 2014 USB on radio does not start where it ended when vehicle is restarted

Thu Jun 08, 2017 9:07 am

Hi,
Had the same issue here when using a aftermarket 32GB USB.
However,
After changing to a "Sandisk" usb device, the problem is solved.
Keep in mind that this audio set-up is FAT32 and if your present usb does not conform to this, the problem will stay.
Regards,
Johan

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