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The ordered USB BT adapter is in. Initially I had in mind to connect this directly to the AUX input in the back seat area (still an option). But due to the fact that the Ipod connector is more or less technically outdated, I'm considering to use that particular audio channel in my RRS 2011...

Are there any other owners that did this already ? Secondly how do you get inside this mid console/arm rest ? Does some-one has a wiring diagram of this part of the car (incl wire codes ?)
 

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I have 2011 RRS HSE Luxury. I use a Tune2 Air Bluetooth connect that plugs directly to the factory iPod cable inside the center console. Works perfect, shows all display onscreen and steering wheel controls work fine.

ViseeO Tune2air WMA1000 - Wireless Bluetooth Music Interface Adapter for Car Audio Integration https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00B52LLJ6/ref=cm_sw_r_awd_zc0gwbM4AQTRH
 

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Tune2Air is the best solution I've come across so far, it really does work well. You can connect any bluetooth device to it, not just ipods, although with my Android phone the song display is usually wrong, but the steering wheel controls still work perfectly.

They also make one that has the MMI cable built in, don't get that one, it is a slightly different connector than what is in the LRs.
 

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ditto on the tune2air.. like previously said, you want the WMA1000. My vehicle did not come with the original ipod cable so i bought one on ebay for less than $20 i believe and it works great.
 

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Okay, not exactly what I was aiming for but let's give it a try. Thnx !
 
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