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I discovered that you could show photos and videos on the infotainment screen via a memory stick in the USB socket.
Now, for some inexplicable reason, it still shows video (when stationary) but refuses to show still photos in either LPG or BNG.
Same pics, same memory stick.
Tried loading one JPG onto new memory stick, same result "No readable files". :evil:
Anybody any ideas what is going on?
Thanks.
 

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Were the pictures displaying before. The max resolution for images is 4 Megapixels according to the manual.
 

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Thanks chaps.
It's a 32Gb stick and the pictures and videos worked off the same stick 2 weeks ago.
All the music still works and the pics are visible in the computer. The car has just decided that 'there are no files to display'.
 

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Might it be possible that the call button problem (which the dealer suspects is a duff unit) may be connected to the pictures problem? Apparently the call button 'brain' is behind the upper glove box but may it be connected to the infotainment screen, thereby causing both problems??
The call buttons have nver worked so I can't really see a connection. Why should the pics suddenly simply not work??
 

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Showing videos will also work from the SD card whilst not moving.

On the old columbus circa 2013 you used to need a music file on the card for it to be recognised.

Not played with that much as yet though, might have a dabble this afternoon
 
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