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Bluetooth issue

evoy2k2 Aug 17, 2019

  1. evoy2k2

    evoy2k2 New Member

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    hey guys, Recently purchased A3 2011 sline.

    Noticed my model hasn’t got Bluetooth and I currently have the concert standard radio!

    I’m having issues with aux connection and have replaced 3 leads but think the aux plug is faulty!

    Anyways, Is there anything I can do so I can get Bluetooth, like an suitable adaptor etc??

    Thanks in advance
     
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  3. Grey_Man

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    A lot of people get the Apple Car Play or Android equivalent, I bought my car in March and found a lead in the glove box which connects to my phone to play music and the hands free connects automatically to my phone now when I get in the car, I now have an accessory that plays music via my phone and this device without wires, just plugs into your cig lighter socket.
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  4. NHN

    NHN Retrofitter - Audi - VW - Skoda - Seat Site Sponsor VCDS Map User

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    Bt for music or phone or both?

    I can fit a few systems, WhatsApp me if of interest.
     
  5. evoy2k2

    evoy2k2 New Member

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    Those devices reliable that plug into cigarette lighter ?
    Only want to use Apple Music from phone to play through car speakers
     
  6. evoy2k2

    evoy2k2 New Member

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    Mainly for music! Long as I can use Apple Music to play through car speakers
     
  7. Grey_Man

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    Yes mate they are fine, easy to use and work perfectly.


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  8. NHN

    NHN Retrofitter - Audi - VW - Skoda - Seat Site Sponsor VCDS Map User

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    FM transmitters, unless they block reception from other stations or you live, drive in an area where that frequency isn't used, are a pita tbh.

    You're lucky if yours works well, but most frequencies are clashing & it's very inconvenient, which is why a dedicated bt or wired solution is best.
     

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