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    Itunes music in a SD memory

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    Itunes music in a SD memory
    HI,

    How can i put some of my music from i tunes, in MP3 format in a SD memory to use in my car?

    Is that posible?

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    Itunes music in a SD memory
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    simply copy them over, either from iTunes or the finder
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    Best to copy them via dragging directly from iTunes.

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    Itunes music in a SD memory

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    I didit exactly as you said, and it worked, but why some Mp3 couldnt be readed? no problem with the songs from cd i burned with i tunes, but it didnt worked with the songs downloaded from the itunes store, i changed with itunes to mp3 and copy them, but it couldnt work. i did it with Gorillaz plastic beach album, but my Audi A4 audio system detected as a corrupted archive. what should i do?

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    Are you absolutely certain that all your songs are MP3 format? By default iTunes wants to encode in AAC, not MP3 (and of course all iTunes purchases are AAC).

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    Itunes music in a SD memory

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    im preatty sure i copied only mp3 but ill double check, thanks

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    Itunes music in a SD memory

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    ok, i finally found the problem. Yes i did it ok, but i seems that also copied some kind of hiden files, and my car read them before the correct files, so, i had to scroll down all the hiden files before get the correct files and use them.

    So, the cuestion now is ¿can i erase those hiden files from my SD?¿how do i erase them if i cant see them?

    Thank you

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    Itunes music in a SD memory
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    I believe the tool you are looking for is called BlueHarvest.

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    Itunes music in a SD memory

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    well, it was not exactly what i needed. i just want to know how to see hiden files in my SD memory?

    By the way, the BlueHarvest app seems to be ok, im installing it in trial mode.

    Thanks

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