1. marlanaleigh's Avatar
    How would you listen to songs from your BB in your car stereo system? I'm assuming through bluetooth.

    Would something like this work? http://shop.crackberry.com/blackberr...medium=content If it were bluetooth-ing to a in-dash car deck with bluetooth capablities?

    If I am totally wrong, someone tell/show me the correct or easiest way to get this to work! My boyfriend is very car and technically inclined so he'd be able to set up the in-dash if I know how to get this to work with my BB.

    I'm upgrading to a Curve with a memory card and I really want to listen to my music through my car with my BB.

    Thanks in advance!
    10-15-08 04:02 AM
  2. astokes220's Avatar
    Well I'm not sure about the bluetooth part...but what I do to listen to my bb in my car is connect my blackberry to the aux jack on my radio and go from there...I love that part on my car.

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    10-15-08 10:02 AM
  3. Chrisy's Avatar
    Well I'm not sure about the bluetooth part...but what I do to listen to my bb in my car is connect my blackberry to the aux jack on my radio and go from there...I love that part on my car.

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    i use the aux input as well with a 3.5 to 3.5 cable. works great. easy and cheap. i just got the cable for the iPod at Wal-mart.
    10-15-08 10:04 AM
  4. John Yester's Avatar
    Well I'm not sure about the bluetooth part...but what I do to listen to my bb in my car is connect my blackberry to the aux jack on my radio and go from there...I love that part on my car.

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    Yep same here the AUX works great work me.....
    10-15-08 10:14 AM
  5. netzen7's Avatar
    I bought mine after upgrading to curve. For sale on amazon or direct from manufacturer. Does ad2p so I listen through car speakers on an fm station, this device does the bluetooth to fm transfer. Also a hands free unit, so I take calls and the music stops - caller voice plays over stereo.
    My only complaint is the mic can be a bit quiet, so you have to speak up for callers to hear you, but overall I love this gadget and recommend to all new bb converts. Example, I bought the bundled version of this that included a bluetooth adapter for my ipod. I've never used it...just use the 8gb microsd in my curve with this wonder of an accessory. Plugs into cig lighter, no wiring required.
    10-15-08 10:40 AM
  6. Jellynutz's Avatar
    Well since I'm a poor college student I drive a 98 malibu which still has a tape/CD deck so I bought on of those good quality tapes that you plug into your headphone jack and it works great!

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    10-16-08 09:45 PM
  7. stxeph's Avatar
    I have the motorockr t505 which I never use but its pretty great. It plays the calls over a speaker for when your driving and also a tranmitter to play over your car stereo from the music you have on your phone. I'm actually looking to sell it or something.

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    10-16-08 09:52 PM
  8. YvilKittyInSpace's Avatar
    My new car has an aux jack. All I needed was a cable that I already had from my previous car. That is the easiest and most painless way to go to use a phone or MP3 player in a car like others have said.
    10-19-08 05:29 PM
  9. JM12345's Avatar
    Well since I'm a poor college student I drive a 98 malibu which still has a tape/CD deck so I bought on of those good quality tapes that you plug into your headphone jack and it works great!

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    Do you get interference? I get it a lot when I hooked up my 8310 to the headphone jack. I am getting the Bold on Tuesday, but I need a solution for this.
    10-31-08 11:42 AM
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