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Hi, I just bought a 32 GB SansDisk Fit USB flash drive.
I tried using it with my Kia's usb poer and it sits there and reads it for a second before either saying "Reading Error" or "Empty Folder".
It has a little under 13gb of readable music on it.
Those songs played when they were stored on a 16GB SanDisk Cruzer Flash Drive.
I was wondering if anyone knew if the Kia USB port has a flash drive size limit.

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USB file system types- FAT32
Car - 2010 Kia Optima Lx 2.4L
 

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I haven't tried a 32 or even a 16 in mine, but all 8Gb drives I've tried have worked. If I had a 32Gb drive I would go try it right now, however I don't. Hopefully someone will answer first, but If I get a chance tomorrow, I will get my brother throw some music on a 32 of his and I will try it. I am going to guess that it is just too big to process, though.
 

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I have the same drive/reader but in 16GB capacity. Never had any issues. Some flash storage drives come in NTFS file format, or multiple partitions or use security software.

Format the whole drive and leave it in fat32 and no multi partition.
 
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