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  1. hitchhiker90's Avatar
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    Is there an FM transmitter accessory for the 822? I'm looking for something similar to what I have for my ipod. I like to listen to music while driving to and from work and would use the ipod + fm transmitter to listen to music. I'd like to get all my music moved over to the phone and just stop using my 1st gen ipod touch since it doesn't keep much of a charge. For now I just bring up nokia music, click on the offline list and let it play then throw the phone on the dash board with the speakers facing me. As you can imagine the sound does come out and its good but I'd prefer a slightly better quality going through the radio and car speakers.
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    Nokia released Music+ today... which gives you better music quality for $4 a month. But really it sounds like you need a Bluetooth kit for your car so you can stream whatever to car audio. Got an AUX input on your car stereo?

    The FM is currently not supported by wp8 although Snapdragon does support it... hopefully in a future OS update...
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    There are loads that will work, just from any 3.5mm jack like http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B003...r-21&m1k=vb_wp anything like this should be fine
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    Why not considering buying a bluetooth kit for your car. It serves two purposes: listening to music as well as handsfree calling over bluetooth. You may learn more about this product at amazon...
    Amazon.com: Belkin Bluetooth Car Hands-Free Kit for Apple iPod, Apple iPhone, BlackBerry,and Android Smartphones, US Version: MP3 Players & Accessories

    Good luck :)
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    There are plenty of different ones on Amazon. After using a few different ones I suggest just buying one of the larger ones that have a huge range. You can use it in the car and in the house that way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rebornempowered View Post
    There are plenty of different ones on Amazon. After using a few different ones I suggest just buying one of the larger ones that have a huge range. You can use it in the car and in the house that way.
    Unlimited Data + Xbox Music Pass + this = heaven. You know that right? Now to learn to drive...

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    Thanks for the great ideas. I won't get a car kit installed since my car is pretty old now and I'll be getting a new one later this year. Didn't think about bluetooth because its rare for me to use it but I'll look into it as well as the ones that plug into the headphone jack. Thanks!
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    They do when your car is a '97 and in desperate need of replacement

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