This software enables full compatibility between various USB drives and car stereos for video and music playback. Users can choose the file system that works best with their car stereo.
If you've misplaced the user manual of your car, Car USB Play software comes to your rescue. It can clean up any USB storage device, be it a USB memory stick, USB flash drive, USB thumb drive, USB pen drive, USB mass storage device, or USB portable drive. Once you follow the two simple steps on Microsoft Windows, you can plug the USB device into a USB port in the faceplate of your car, and the music and video on it will play.
In recent years, car manufacturers have developed car audio decks that incorporate USB ports in the faceplate. These systems include car stereo, car audio, car infotainment, autopilot, camera, sensor, ECU (Engine Control Unit), and PCM (Powertrain Control Module). With this, USB flash drives can be plugged into the deck, and music and video files on the drive can play. Moreover, the ECU can be reprogrammed, PCM can be reflashed, and the Autopilot system can be updated via the USB port.
A significant challenge arises because most of the flash drives are formatted in the FAT32 file system by default before use and reflashing. Some car systems require a different file system that allows loading of a single database file larger than 4GB. The Car USB Play Software is designed to assist users in selecting the correct file system according to the make and year model of the car. The software has been tested on thousands of car models, and it ensures that the USB device is compatible with the car system.
Version 3.0: The volume is too big for FAT32 message bug is resolved.