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  1. JimmyJam

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    Is there a way to play the music on my phone through my Infiniti G37?

    There's a USB input in the center console, which works great with my wifes Ipod, but when I plug my incredible into my car using my usb cable, i can't seem to get it to work.

    I've tried it in charger mode, as well as mounted, and no dice. :(
     

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    Does the car have bluetooth you can sync it that way..
     
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    Yah I can't get mine to work either through my Pioneer head unit which also has USB on the front. Maybe try enabling USB Debugging? And I would imagine it needs to be on Mounted mode.

    My unit says Unrecognized file, so it appears as if it's seeing something. Maybe it's looking at the internal storage rather than the SD card.
     
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    Yes...and I have it hooked up to my bluetooth for making calls, have no idea how to use it for streaming music. Any tutorials you know of?

    Thanks for the response!
     
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    I use my bluetooth to stream music all the time (not in Infiniti though). Make sure the phone is synced properly and check any car settings that might say "allow bluetooth streaming" or something like that. Of course, make sure the Aux is enabled as opposed to FM/CD. Try starting up some music on your phone then mess with the car settings until you hear it playing through the speakers. You shouldn't hear any music through the phone's speaker if synced properly.
     
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    Jimmy, I thought that interface was exclusively for Ipod though...at least it is on my 06 G35.

    P.S. How do you like the 37? is the paint as good as they say?
     
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    There was a problem with the phone thinking there was a headset plugged into the jack and so the phone wouldn't play music. I downloaded a headset blocker from the market and it solved the problem for me. I'm not sure if this is the problem you are experiencing or not...
     
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    Huh, I just went to the Infiniti site and I see that they are going to be offering a smaller engine in the G next year...a 2.5 L V6.

    Anyway, do you not have an AUX port?

    As for the bluetooth, the stereo will need to have support for streaming music (check your owners manual). NOTE: My 2009 370Z doesn't support it; your G may not either.

    Does the USB port on the phone support audio out? Don't know and didn't know if it does. You may need to locate a 3.5MM to USB cable or adapter of some sort.

    Do you have any other connections in there? Is there an audio/video RCA? Could definitely find a cable for this..either to the 3.5mm or this HTC Droid Incredible Accessories, Cases, Covers, Batteries & More
     
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    No worries, they have been planning on releasing a G25 for some time. They will still have the G37. :D
     
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    My Pioneer head unit worked great with my phone until 2.2, when it would no longer read from the SD card. I moved some of my music to internal storage and that seemed to fix it, but I have way more music than internal free space :\
     
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    I have this exact car with the exact problem. I however have an rca input in the console in the middle that does video and left and right audio. You have to buy the cable that will convert your headphone jack into the rca output, can get it for 10 bucks at radio shack. But I have not been able to stream the audio via bluetooth, only can do phone calls.

    And yes the G37S is fantastic
     

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