In this video, Dirty shows you how to install an auxiliary Bluetooth input for your car stereo. These units will work with any device that accepts a 3.5mm (1/8″) stereo jack or R/W RCA plugs.
The second portion of the video just demonstrates how the automation works and how I have mine setup.
► Click here for my Tasker profile:
With Bluetooth enabled on your phone, you will automatically connect to the unit when the vehicle turns on. You do not have to have the rooted Tasker profiles setup to be able to stream to the car stereo. You will just have to manually push the play button on your phone to get the music going.
The quick and dirty review is this: I love both the phone mount and the Bluetooth unit. They both perform as expected and audio quality is crystal clear (or as crystal clear as a factory BOSE system can provide.) There is no noticeable background noise introduced with this device, which was really a nice surprise.
I highly recommend the mount and the Bluetooth receiver, and a link to buy them for your own project is provided below.
► Bluetooth AUX Adapter:
► Magnetic Car CD Slot Phone Cradle Holder Thing:
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The Camera: Samsung Galaxy Note 3
The Car: 2008 Inifiniti G37S
The Wheels: 2016 Niche Targa M130 (F: 19″x8.5″ 25mm offset; 245/40ZR19, R: 19″x9.5″ 35mm offset, 275/35ZR19)
The Bike: 2008 Honda CBR 1000RR