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  1. Light Speed1's Avatar
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    is the best solution right now an auxiliary cable from the headphone jack to an aux input port?
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    That will work, but I use bluetooth to accomplish this. Nice and clean, no cables.
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    Where do you configure the OS to send audio over bluetooth?
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    First you'll need a bluetooth car kit that supports A2DP.

    I'm not sure if there's any setting required on the phone itself - I'm still waiting for mine to arrive.
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    My car's native system supports it, but most don't.
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    Sorry for bumping an old thread. But I have a question on the subject. I have a 2010 Audi Q5 and it has an iphone/ipod cord in the glove compartment. which was fine when i had my iphone 4. but with my WP7 HTC Surround, the connectors are different. the cars bluetooth syncs my phone no problem but I cant listen to music from my phone. The Q5 has HD space to upload music to, but without it being connected to the car I cant do anything. Any ideas?

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