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  1. Hi guys, I have an app radio 2 and an android device with google play music subscription and obviously am aware of the limitations with it. I know there was a previous thread on this before but it didn't have an answer. Is there a way to stream Bluetooth a2dp on this unit somehow? Even if it means using the 30 pin dock connector somehow? My issue is that I can use an fm transmitter but my car doesn't have a cigarette lighter so I am stuck with just USB devices and honestly I'd prefer an easier solution. Can anyone help?
  2. Don’t know that is feasible but is there anyway that the Bluetooth profile can be changed in AR2 so it can accept A2DP or other profiles? That is absolutely missed in AR2 and other manufacturers had a while ago on the HU!
  3. I installed an x710bt in my car last year and it worked great - until I switched from iphone to android. Now I have a HTC One S. Although the phone works perfectly for making calls, I can no longer play music through my car stereo. Since the x710bt does not support a2dp, I wanted to know if anyone had any experience with installing a Miccus Blubridge ? (http://www.amazon.com/Miccus-Mini-jack-RX-Bluetooth-Receiver/dp/B0038MA11U/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_nS_nC?ie=UTF8&colid=1IZIQDB0Z4S4S&coliid=II60UXCHDLXO5) It seems like I could install the unit, plug in the audio to the RCI connectors that the iphone used to use, and have a fully functional a2dp unit. Suggestions? Comments? Alternatively, I wanted to know if anyone had simply plugged their One S into the usb port and used it as a mass storage device to play onboard music? Thanks.
  4. From the perspective of my Galaxy S3 it connects to my 930BT successfully in both phone and audio mode. However from the Bluetooth screen of the player the phone appears to be perpetually connecting. No songs appear in the directory and although play can be pushed nothing plays. I have played with the Bluetooth settings and re-paired numerous times to no avail. No A2DP success. However today I discovered another way that works. Rather than connect via the Bluetooth settings start with the Android Player app. Use the menu ( lower left) button to share via other device. Select Bluetooth, connect to 930BT and voila, streaming audio. Note that this will not work if your phone is already connected. You must start paired but not connected. Unfortunately this only starts an audio connection. To add a phone connection return to Bluetooth settings an check the phone box. Phone connectivity will then be added and things will work as I had hoped they would from the normal settings screen. Based on the above I'd conclude the AVIC is functioning as it should but the Galaxy S3 lacks the logic to trigger the player to conclude the A2DP exchange. I'll post this to a few Android forums and see if we can get that fixed. Reply if this fixes your problem. I'd like some idea of how many people have this issue.
  5. Pandora on U310BT

    I've had a U310BT for a couple years now and have no complaints running on firmware version 1.003(I believe). The only thing I wish to add is Pandora radio. Certainly, I can connect my phone via the mini-jack port but I would to link it via Bluetooth. I've been reading a bit and it seems many have got custom apps on their head units to do various things but I haven't read anything about Pandora. Has anyone linked Pandora through Bluetooth or know if it's even possible with is unit? I think A2DP through Bluetooth is the feature I'm trying to add.