2010 Jaguar XF 5.0

As like most of you, I have a host of music I purchased and wanted to play it in my XF.  I purchased a memory stick and downloaded the music to it and it was not compatible with the carís audio system.  I searched the internet and found a service that could convert all my music to MP3 files for a small charge.  This is a link to it   https://developers.zamzar.com.  I converted all my music to the memory stick and installed it in the car and all worked well.  I was back to hearing my music!

It is a simple process.  You just upload your songs from your computer, then select what you want to convert it to and select the convert and in just seconds it is done.  One of the short falls of the plan I got was that you can only upload 5 songs at a time.

I hope you find this helpful. 

 

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