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Accessories Pioneer radios. Only iphone friendly grrr

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Kingmanny, Jun 27, 2011.

  1. Kingmanny

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    Anyone figure out how to use Pandora on an Evo while its connected to a Pioneer 4300avh radio? Iphones r completely compatible to these radios. N hardly any radio headunits are Android friendly.
     

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    Those rcas r fine to load sound n video but I wanna actually use Pandora n other apps that iPhone uses
     
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    As long as the sound comes out of the 3.5mm port you can use any program you want, including pandora.
     
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    Exactly
     
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    I think he wants to control it like an ipod, I don't think that's happening other than maybe with some bluetooth in dash units, no?

    I've been doing the 3.5 plug bit, it's not very clean but it works.
     
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    Clarify. By "iPhone compatible" are you referring to connecting via the iPhone/iPod interface? If so, that's completely irrelevant.

    Bluetooth AVRCP, on the other hand, should work with any device that supports it.

    It's cleaner than many of the other options out there (e.g. FM transmitter, casette adapter, bluetooth A2DP in some cases).
     
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    Bluetooth A2DP works great for me. Excellent sound quality.
     
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    I'd like to try that bluetooth to the dash unit biz, shame I bought a new head unit a few weeks before I got the phone. With no BT of course.
     
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