Acura TSX 2010 + Incredible + PandoraSupport


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  1. njohnston

    njohnston New Member This Topic's Starter

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    I have a 2010 Acura TSX. I hook up my bluetooth to my new Incredible. I then change my radio to the Bluetooth Audio setting. I can hear Pandora play in my car. (wireless) Pretty cool hu?

    Then, I accidently bump the channel up button on my stearing wheel... and my mind exploded.

    The channel up button on my wheel told Pandora to go to the next song!

    This phone rocks!
     

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  2. alancorp

    alancorp Well-Known Member

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    Any luck getting music to play thru the usb port? I have no luck, but yeah bluetooth works fine but sound is not very loud
     
  3. wooddroid

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    I just connected my Incredible via bluetooth to my truck today and was extremely happy with the fact that I was able to play Pandora over my sound system. The fact that I will be able to skip songs with the channel up button is icing on the cake. Sweet!!!!!! Great find!
     
  4. pirate943

    pirate943 Well-Known Member

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    are you guys getting good quality on Pandora in a car? i have it set up through an aux to my deck and i hear weird poping sounds...i know its not my car or phone or cable because when i play songs from my sd card it sounds fine.
     
  5. mikejaret

    mikejaret Well-Known Member

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    its called the A2DP bluetooth profile. Almost all new phones have it....its just that a lot of cars dont! fortunately my 2010 camry does.....
     
  6. wils

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    It's probably Pandora itself. Make sure you go into preferences and select the highest quality in terms of sound. That should fix your popping noises. At least that's what did it for me.
     
  7. totaldis

    totaldis Well-Known Member

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    I run Slacker Radio through my AUX in and it is Crystal Clear with plenty of volume
     
  8. TrumpetMan

    TrumpetMan Well-Known Member

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    I do the same thing on my home stereo. In the past I'd use my iPod but now I plug in my Inc and Pandora then let it go. My wife was amazed. My e-music account got the ax though, saved me like $12 a month.
     
  9. nazquel83

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    alancorp - yes i did get the usb working on my tsx 2010. its a little glitchy though. if you connect it you might get "unsupported", but then just hit the talk button on the steering wheel to activate a bluetooth phone (which does not have to be connected), then quickly cancel out of it. should do the trick.

    for those of you using A2DP, may i recommend USB instead, because you can cycle through your songs using the car's dashboard instead of fiddling with the phone itself. particularly useful when using the phones navi.
     
  10. IcedTC

    IcedTC Well-Known Member

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    I have a 2009 Lancer with bluetooth but tried to play pandora through my speakers wout any luck.

    My phone is detected/works for all phone calls via bluetooth, etc. but no pandora sadly. Is this an option i'm missing or is it that my bluetooth might not have the audio setting i would need?

    Much thanks.
     
  11. alancorp

    alancorp Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the tip. I'll give it a try.
     
  12. aevanee

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    Actually I believe it is AVRCP that allows the basic functions (play, pause, next song) to work. My head unit has AVRCP 1.3 which allows for music data to be transmitted through bluetooth (song name, artist, etc) but unfortunately for some reason it doesn't work with the Incredible. I've been trying to find out what version AVRCP the incredible supports but I haven't had any luck.
     

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