iPods don't have Bluetooth
Just plug it in behind the screen
When I pair my iphone via bluetooth, it doesn't let me hands free ask to play a song. Is this not possible over bluetooth or I doing something wrong?
My iPhone music and Pandora are nice. Is there any way to play iHeart Radio from my iPhone through the infotainment system? I haven't discovered how, if possible, to add iHeart app to my system. Reception of my favorite radio stations is not always good so I was hoping to use iHeart to solve that issue.
Anything that comes out of the iPhone can be played thru Bluetooth...
Dont be a sheep
Anything that comes out of the Android can be played thru Bluetooth...
Thank-you! I just needed a little prodding. Connecting iPhone to Bluetooth was a little slow, but connection was made. My iHeart Radio stations came on just great. Every little techno-skill I gain increases enjoyment of our car! Now I can focus on the Nav system!
Your help is appreciated.
My C7 was built Nov 1st 2013 if it matters. I'm using a 16 gig SD card in the SD slot in the armrest. I'm having trouble getting my C7 to do what the manual says regarding SD cards (or USB thumb drives, for that matter). Namely,
1) The car does not recognize (or display) folder structure; i.e. In "menu" where the option is supposed to be located, I think, it does not appear (or anywhere else I can find).
2) Regardless of how I've arranged the MP3 content on the card the car arranges it the way it wants to: by title, album, artist - and does so alphabetically. This happens even when I've renamed the song files preceded with a number such as the way computer folder structure works when "arrange by file name" is selected. The car ignores the file name and still arranges them alphabetically.
3) No option I can find appears for "play all" so I have to select a new song or album each time.
4) It does not recognize playlists created in either WMP or Amazon Music, or else it does and only does what is described in "a)" below.
I have tried a number of things thinking the files might have the wrong or incomplete or corrupted hidden file info such as:
a) format a thumb drive or SD card and put the songs (only a small number - like 40 for test) and playlist file (created by either WMP or AM) directly on the card or thumb drive.
The car finds the playlist and plays (or lists) only 5 of the 43 songs.
My Sanza MP3 player works fine plugged in with the "stereo mini-plug" into the armrest plug.
Does anyone have some answers for me? Does your C7 recognize the folder structure of your SD card and display it onscreen to select from?