We’ve now got our 3.0 TDI Avant (thanks to everyone who helped with my daft diesel questions). The car is awesome. Fast, comfortable and practical. As seems a familiar situation for owners of older Audi’s, we quickly realised there’s no good way to connect a modern smartphone and use Spotify / Google Maps / Waze etc. The car has MMI 2G high with phone prep low. It has: Satnav with DVD in the boot, 6 CD changer in the dash, AMI socket in the glove box, and phone cradle in the armrest. It has Bluetooth for phone calls only. Two of us drive the car and we both have iPhone SEs (Lightning connector). What can be done to enable decent, modern connectivity for the phone? I don’t mind if it’s wired or wireless. If it is wireless it needs to be able to remember two paired devices. I’m software savvy and confident with plug and play type wiring but not so much soldering. If it gets to pulling out pieces of the dash I might be more comfortable with paying someone to do it. Is there anything up to say £350 that will connect without messing about every time? Ideally the phone would charge and connect. Doesn’t matter if the charging is wired and the connection is Bluetooth. I don’t like the sound of the Bluetooth dongles where you have to start the source playing before you can select the input - would rather avoid that if possible. What do people recommend?