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I have a 2010 Range Rover Vogue SE and am trying to find a way of connecting my Iphone X to the factory fitted audio system but am totally stumped. Obviously bluetooth isnt an option as bluetooth will only connect my phone capability but I like to listen to my music and sometimes youtube music from my phone. Can anybody help me ??
 

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yep thats the way to go. only downside is you lose the ability to dictate to the iphone as it gets confused having 2 simultaneous BT connections. you need to connect to the oem system for phone use and to the bovee for audio. i have not tried ripping the oem BT module out from the car but thats prob a solution.
 

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Agree completely. Ditto!
 

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yep thats the way to go. only downside is you lose the ability to dictate to the iphone as it gets confused having 2 simultaneous BT connections. you need to connect to the oem system for phone use and to the bovee for audio. i have not tried ripping the oem BT module out from the car but thats prob a solution.
I’ve found that once I make a phone call, the voice dictation will work fine afterwards. Giant pain but it will allow it to work after that with mine at least.


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I Tried it and it works!! thank you so much I! Making the phone call forces it to the correct Bluetooth function and then dictating works. Annoying but livable.
 
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