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FM Radio/Bluetooth

Discussion in 'Music & Media' started by tweacle, Jan 7, 2014.

  1. tweacle

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    Hi there

    I have the HTC one of which is well impressive. What im trying to do is use the FM radio on it via Bluetooth. My car does not have bluetooth and I have to use a bluetooth receiver on AUX on my car radio whilst using google navigation. The phone keeps tellin me to plug a lead into the headphone socket of which I do to make the FM radio to work but then nothing comes through the Bluetooth cos it thinks that ive got earphones plugged in.

    Is there anyway round it.

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    Why not just plug a jumper cable from the headphone jack of the phone to the aux input of the radio and eliminate Bluetooth altogether?
     
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    Or if there's no Line input on the radio, there's most likely one on the FM transmitter. I've used that method successfully with non Blue-tooth MP3 players in the past.
     

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