I formatted my stick on Win 10 with no issues.I would try forcing a format of that stick - a full format - into FAT32 and see if that fixes it.
If it's bigger than 32Gb or so, you can find some free formatting tools on the 'net that will cope with bigger stuff.
FAT32format from Softonic is one I use.
Don't format it in Windows 10 as exFAT or something - try FAT32 first
The front port (by the QI charger) is the only one capable of Android Auto or Apple Carplay.I think you misunderstood me. Both ports under armrest charge my phone just fine, but they don't seem to transmit/received data, i.e. for Apple Carplay
Ah right, thank you for confirming, that explains the behavior in my car perfectly.The front port (by the QI charger) is the only one capable of Android Auto or Apple Carplay.
The others will all charge, and quickly.
USB-C is generally able to feed 3 amps or so
All ports can attach a USB stick with some music or video on and read them.