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    How to use the Jukebox and load music.

    G'day,
    I have a GO720
    M6****B
    9.430.890926.103
    10012
    Australia 890.4278.
    Win7 OS.

    I don't get how I can load some mp3's onto my SD card and play them (through the car radio if possible).
    Is it one of those "Apple" type deals where all music comes from TT ??
    I have all the TomTom stuff on the inbuilt memory and an empty card.
    Can anyone put me on the path here please ??

    Cheers ............. Mike B

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    Re: How to use the Jukebox and load music.

    I don't know if the Go720 has a build-in fm transmitter like my Go730 but if so just make a directory named mp3 put there the mp3's as lose files or in there own directory and off you go.
    If you startup the TomTom it takes some time to read a list of the mp3's.
    If you have the fm transmitter, activate it in the speaker menu, choose a channel in the TomTom and the same on the radio.
    If no internal transmitter but a line out on your Go720 you can always use an external fm transmitter.

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    Re: How to use the Jukebox and load music.

    A GO 720 has a fm transmitter.

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    Re: How to use the Jukebox and load music.

    Thanks,
    I am working that way, I loaded the mp3's via TT Home and it created the 'MP3' directory and then I loaded the songs across.
    However when I select the jukebox it finds no files.
    Should I be waiting longer for the files to be found? I only put across about 10 files.
    I'm using a 4gig FAT32 format card.
    It appears to be only looking at the internal memory when searching for the music.

    Cheers ....... Mike B

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    Re: How to use the Jukebox and load music.

    It does'nt matter where the files are located, internal or on SD Card or both. If they are there you should see them loading in the upper righthand corner. If only ten it take less then 3 seconds. For testing make a mp3 directory (use lowercase letters) in internal memory and put there just one or two files and try again. If this works then something is wrong with the SD Card.

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