You can play the HDD like an iPod. It will play by artist or album or genre or you can make your own playlists. You can also play in regular mode, random shuffle mode or repeat mode.Once loaded can you play the songs in any order or do you have ply them like they are still on the CD? Thanks
yeah, be aware you have no access to that hard drive in any way other than via CD. in other words, you can't copy FROM it either, or side-load movies onto it, or anything else.
No, probably not as the hard drive also contains firmware and is used as storage for other stuff.Is there any way to "upgrade" the HDD or Flash drive whatever it has? 2 GB seems puny.
I would have to second the iPod recommendation as it integrates very well with the Odyssey's sound system and also displays album art, which the HDD does not do.I know the Apple detractors won't like it but I would suggest you buy an iPod to store our music, especially since you have an Elite, its got song by voice which works incredibly well, but works only with an iPod not a USB drive. Use your natural voice to find songs, artists, genres, whatever. Its like being on Star Trek.
I have streamed music over bluetooth from my old Nokia phone. However, I was not able to control the phone via the Odyssey's controls and had to use my phone to forward tracks, etc. The only thing I was able to control was the volume level.My wife has her iPhone linked to our Ody and she told me she just uses the bluetooth to stream her music. I havent seen it in action, so I dont know how that integrates with voice commands and the display.
I can use the steering wheel buttons to change tracks up and down on my Droid using streaming audio, i.e. no wires are hooked up to the van from my phone.I have streamed music over bluetooth from my old Nokia phone. However, I was not able to control the phone via the Odyssey's controls and had to use my phone to forward tracks, etc. The only thing I was able to control was the volume level.