Question: How do I connect my phone to my aux in my car?

Locate the Aux Input socket on your car stereo or dashboard. Plug one end of audio cable into the headphone socket of your smartphone. Plug the other end of the cable into the car stereo Aux Input socket. Set the car stereo source to AUX Input.Locate the Aux Input socket on your car stereo or dashboard. Plug one end of audio cable into the headphone socket of your smartphone. Plug the other end of the cable into the car stereo Aux Input socket. Set the car stereo source to AUX Input.

How do I connect my phone audio to my car?

Just use an 1/8 to 1/8 auxiliary cable (available at RadioShack or any electronics store) and connect it from your phones headphone jack to the car stereos aux input. Some cars come with bluetooth built into the stereo, and if your car has it, check the owners manual to find out how to pair it with your phone.

What can I use if my car doesnt have an AUX?

If your car or radio doesnt have an auxiliary input, youll be better off with an FM transmitter. Effectively, the FM transmitter of today is a Bluetooth receiver, but instead of sending the audio to the stereo via an auxiliary cable, it broadcasts it over an open FM radio frequency.

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