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As long as you have a safe place to mount or place your phone and the necessary range or cable to send a al to your in-car audio system, you can use an Android or iPhone as your mobile audio entertainment system while in transit.
Four options are possible which will allow you to playback music stored on or streamed via your smartphone to a typical car audio system. There are various ways in which this can be done. For instance, you might have a standard line-in connector mounted on the front of your car audio system, providing easy access.
Alternatively you may need to work the connection around the back of the dashboard in order to hook up your phone and enjoy the tunes you have stored on it. Older audio systems with a cassette tape player will allow you to use a cassette adapter, a small, low-cost device which connects to the headphone jack on an MP3 player or phone allowing you to play music through it and into the car audio system.
Note that when using the analogue option you have two volume control options, that of the audio system and that on your Android phone. Many modern car audio systems have Bluetooth as an option for playing music across a short-range wireless network. In order to take advantage of this, begin by activating Bluetooth on the car audio system, making sure that it is discoverable.
Below this, wait for the screen to update and display your car audio system, selecting it to pair. The cool thing about Bluetooth is that it will pair automatically in future; the not-so-cool thing is the impact on battery life, resulting in you keeping your phone charged while using it.
You do have one other option and that is to use an FM transmitter, although how you achieve this depends on the hardware. Some Android phones come with built-in FM transmitter functionality, in which case you can use this natively or with a free app such as Quick FM Transmitter and then broadcast the MP3 and other audio files on your phone to your car radio.
Typically this will work in a similar manner to the analogue cable solution, although the FM transmitter may require exclusive access to the in-car charger. Despite the wealth of alternatives for playing music in your car from an Android phone, it is surprising to find that most people tend to opt for the FM transmitter or cassette adapter options.How do i hook up my cell phone to my car radio
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