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Hi all, please am looking for some support: I just bought a 2013 RRS autobiography and thought it should support BT audio streaming on my Android device (Samsung galaxy S9), but doesn't seem so. Only BT calls work well.

There doesn't seems to be any button that shows external detected device for audio streaming.

Any help, suggestions would be appreciated.

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MB





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Also - you should have posted on the L320 page.
 

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I have something like that and recently upgraded to this (in the lower thread I beleive)
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01N9EQ5PW/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
it's the Bovee 1000 it's designed for iPod products but my android streams through it too. it actually plugs into the iPod 3opin plug space inside the arm rest. it's fantastic as it's truly integrated BT sound and not the Left and right only from the AUX port.
happy roving...
 

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I posted this within another reply as well...
I have a 2010 RRS SC with the same interior and was equally disspapointed that it had BT calling but not media/audio. I ran with a BT receiver in the AUX port, but the sound was crummy and I had to keep the BT receiver charged. I just bought the Bovee 1000 on amazon and it's the best fix yet. it plugs directly into the arm rest iPod plug next to the USB plug (it comes with the cable). it connects with an Android phone (Galaxy 9 here also) and plays sound beautifully thorugh the system and lets you use steering wheel controls. iPods show song titles, etc., which Androids don't do...who cares tho?
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01N9EQ5PW/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
best of luck,
Kirk
 
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