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Old 03-04-2013, 01:01 AM
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Re: 2014 sd card capacity?

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Actually I think it runs QNX..
Quite a few in car devices run on QNX. Ford and others use QNX as well.

It's not the same as the BlackBerry OS - it's the underlying tech that is the same. So don't get all hot and bothered about having BlackBerry apps running in your car or something.
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Re: 2014 sd card capacity?

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You are right!!! This is the same OS that the new BlackBerry is running. Still *NIX system, not Linux though ...
Brings back memories of hacking an IOpener from Netpliance back in 2000.. I think one of my first experiences with QNX.
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Old 03-04-2013, 06:50 AM
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Re: 2014 sd card capacity?

QNX isn't just BB, that is just an addon to their system. I want to doubt the OS on this is BB10.
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Re: 2014 sd card capacity?

I'd try plugging an external CD/DVD into the USB slot and see what happen. Since mine is Windows 8, that is all I have to do.

BTW the largest SDHC card is 32GB, 64 and larger is SDXC. Not all devices know how to read.

For decent performace particularly with video you need a class 10 or UHC-I (not 1).

BTW I agree about SSD (Solid State Drive), have 32 and 120 GB & just saw a 480GB. Not completely shockproof but rated for 150Gs. Only caveat is that to see max speed you need either SATA 3 or USB 3.0. Canuse with USB 2.0 (Clover Trail limitation) but about 1/5th the speed.
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BTW the largest SDHC card is 32GB, 64 and larger is SDXC. Not all devices know how to read.
I hope the 32GB SDHC Class 4 Kensington card I ordered from Bestbuy will work in the 14 WK2. It shipped out today.
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I hope the 32GB SDHC Class 4 Kensington card I ordered from Bestbuy will work in the 14 WK2. It shipped out today.
From what I've been reading ... it should.
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Re: 2014 sd card capacity?

The SD card might work better for us. I think the 2008 models have around 17 GB of space for music. It it will support 32GB cards, then I'll probably burn some of my CD with a higher bit rate.
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Does anyone know how to copy an iTunes playlist over to the SD card and have the UConnect system recognize it? I know you can manually put the music you want into folders as a pseudo playlist but it would be nice if you can copy the ones in iTunes.
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Re: 2014 sd card capacity?

I think you need to use something like Winamp. iTunes will not copy to SD card. Winamp can and also can read iTunes playlists - at least that's what I've been told. Never tried it though ...
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Re: 2014 sd card capacity?

I bought a Transcend 32gb class 10 card from Amazon...worked like a charm. Loaded up about 700 songs to it last night and popped it in the Jeep this morning. Took about 20 seconds to pick up all the files, no problems with playback.
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What file format were you using?
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What file format were you using?
Yes, I'd like to know that too. Anyone using .wma?
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