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Hello All,

I have been doing some reading about using bluetooth with the iphone and running the pandora app.

Has anyone had sucess with this? I can't find a place that tells you how to do this.

If you have had success I would love to hear how you got it to work.

Thank you.

Candyman
 

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Candyman - I tried it on the way home and it works.
I plugged my audio/video iphone cable into the red/white plugs on the back of the console and hit the rear AUX button and listened to Pandora in the car.
I don't know if you need to have the rear seat entertainment to have this audio/video input though.

Cheers!
 

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Thanks for the idea. I do have the dvd pkg. Just need to order the cable now.

Thank you for the help.
 

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You're welcome.
I got my Apple cable at Target.
I got the one that has Audio(red/white), video(yellow), iphone connector, and USB...so you can really do just about anything with it.

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The AUX in front of the backseat is nothing but a dumb RCA jack pack. All you need for ANY phone is a simple 1/8" minijack male to RCA Stereo male adapter cord. Radio shack, Target, anybody has these. You will have to control the application FROM the phone though, whereas the lockpick allows you to control Pandora and iPod functions from your steering wheel controls (while also charging the iPod/iPhone) if you have an iDevice. The 30-pin to RCA cable above also allows you output video to a television or any video device, but what you are concerned with is strictly audio.

If you have RSE, you can use this with ANY phone or audio device:

 

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You dont need the aux cable for Pandora (or any other app for that matter).

  • Plug in your iphone to the usb jack.
  • When the Ipod starts playing music push stop on the receiver
  • Push the home button on the phone to get back to the app pages
  • Open Pandora
  • Play your favorite station
  • Enjoy!
 

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Just a note.
I got the apple AV cable because i can also use it to watch videos on the overhead screens.
You obviously won't be able to do that with the simple headphone jack.
 
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