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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Britney, May 5, 2010.

  1. Britney

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    I connected my phone via USB to my RR sport to upload audio files to the RR hard drive. However, I keep getting connection error. Apparently my device is not being recognised as a storage. I did the unmount thingie.
    Help Anyone?.
    Also, I am wondering how I can play audio from my phone through the RR audio system.
    RR is 2010.

    TIA.
     

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  2. dmodert66

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    This probably doesn't help at all, but my PS3 sees it as a USB drive and I can play video from there. Not sure on car audio, sorry...I guess it depends on the USB profiles that the device you are connecting to..

    I know you said "unmount thing", but did you try it the other way? Ie..."Mount USB device"?
     
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    some devices like the xbox 360 doesn't see a mounted droid for some reason. could be the same issue with your RR
     

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