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I had a Toyota Tacoma pickup a few years ago and the owner manual stated that the maximum number of MP3 files in a folder on a USB flash drive should be no more than 255 (or maybe it was 254). Does anyone know about a limit to the number of files in a folder?
 

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256 files per folder on the Ridgeline and Pilot. Passport should be the same.
Thanks for confirming this. I wonder if it's the same for folders in the "My Honda Music" system. I've transferred all the folders and songs on the USB flash drive to My Honda Music.
 

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256 files per folder on the Ridgeline and Pilot. Passport should be the same.
I found out the hard way...I put 8000 songs on a USB stick for a long road trip and I got tired of listing to same albums so tried to step through collection and noticed that no song higher than mid-200s would show up....so I ended up listing to same 200+ songs for 13 hours :(. So how do you guys and gals separate your music? By artist, or by album or genre?
 

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I have around 1000+ songs which I put into separate folders. In my case, M1, M2, M3, and a couple of other folders that are artist specfic. I have the system set on "random" play so it randomly plays songs from all the individual folders. Each folder contains no more than about 225 songs.
 

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I have around 1000+ songs which I put into separate folders. In my case, M1, M2, M3, and a couple of other folders that are artist specfic. I have the system set on "random" play so it randomly plays songs from all the individual folders. Each folder contains no more than about 225 songs.
Thanks @darksky , that was my next question because shuffle play amongst 255 songs would suck as I recently found out on a 13hr roadtrip
 
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