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May 28, 2017, 12:25:23 PM


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In my search for getting bluetooth streaming for my car that has 6FL USB/AUX in the armrest, I bought one of these.
It arrived Friday, and I plugged it in, paired it and got music, but no track detail. So, despite their claims, it doesn't always pass through the A2DP info.
Being a little racked off with the result, I did a bit more research and found that the go to solution is a ViseeO tune2air WMA3000B
I got it off Amazon for £66 (cheaper than the BMW Y-Cable) on Prime and it arrived yesterday.
Plugged it in this morning, paired it according to the instruction, and voila, External Devices now shows my iPhone and all the music on it. I tried my Audible app and all is good.
My phone stays connected to the car too while sat in the cradle, so when a call comes in it just pauses the music and instantly switches to the car BT for phone calls. Perfect.
If you have the 6FL USB/AUX but no BT streaming in your car, this is the perfect solution to not having to use the Y-Cable and have something plugged in.

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