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Does the iphone need to be connected via usb port to play music or will it connect via bluetooth to play. ??

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Hi steve.
It can all be done via the bluetooth
 

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Hi there,

I think it's best to connect thru the USB as you can control the tracks from the audio unit/steering wheel(andit will keep charging..)if you use Bluetooth then you have to control them from the phone itself.. not very safe and could and you with a fine !!!
 

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Yup I second what 5523_Juke says, after playing about it's much easier to listen to music via usb with the iphone as you can choose what to play via the touch screen much the same way you do via a usb stick.

Using bluetooth audio all you can do it next/back via the Juke and it starts on the same song each time and eats battery :)
 

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heres a question... I have an ipod classic which sits in the car pretty much all the time and holds oodles of music, however |I also have an iphone4 which is updated daily and I tend to use for podcasts etc....
could I have the ipod attached via usb and still access the phone via bluetooth?? I could then hide the ipod away without need to access it on a regular basis
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The HTC HD2 connects via Bluetooth and you can control folders and tracks from the steering wheel / stereo - is this not the case with the iphone?

The battery life has not been a problem either, a long journey would def require to be on charge tho


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Bo & Luke Juke said:
The HTC HD2 connects via Bluetooth and you can control folders etc and tracks from the steering wheel / stereo - is this not the case with the iphone

The battery life has not been a problem either, a long journey would def require to be on charge tho
Interesting, when we had it connected via bluetooth it would just list the song and that was it, no browse/mix or anything at the bottom of the screen. did you have AUX twice?
 

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iamdabe said:
Bo & Luke Juke said:
The HTC HD2 connects via Bluetooth and you can control folders etc and tracks from the steering wheel / stereo - is this not the case with the iphone

The battery life has not been a problem either, a long journey would def require to be on charge tho
Interesting, when we had it connected via bluetooth it would just list the song and that was it, no browse/mix or anything at the bottom of the screen. did you have AUX twice?
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Re; (did you have AUX twice?) do you mean AUX switched to BT audio?
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Sorry I meant hit the AUX button twice? didn't try that yet... but when you're on bluetooth audio with the iphone you just get the track name and that's it...
 

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My wife has a Samsung Vodafone 360 (rubbish phone! - but thats for another forum!!) 360's BT is very limited in the Juke
. I was wondering what phone to get next but may hold on to the HD2 for longer - was thinking of the new HD7 when it hits the shops? I will check it out in the Juke and feedback info as and when available


Edit added; does anyone have an HTC Wildfire connected to the Juke as this was a poss alternative to my wifes Samsung.
Thanks
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Thanks for your replies - I think I have my head round it now - just need the car so I can try it out !!!!!
 

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Right unless I'm being an UBER TARD there's noway to browse tracks etc you want to play via the stereo when streaming over bluetooth (tried on both my HTC Touch Diamond, and the wife's iPhone) It'll play music over the bluetooth and you can select next/back and stop but that's it!

If you connect the iphone via usb we get a nice folder structure etc and can choose the song to play which is cool (although slightly dangerous whilst driving) Keep your eye's on the road n' all that!

Also I'm calling out Nissan, they must have some kind of preference towards Apple devices. Each time I get in the car first (With my phone on bluetooth) wife will get in 5-10 secs later yet HER iphone connects to the bluetooth first! so unfair ;)
 

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Which of your phones did you link 1st to bluetooth??? Most in car blue tooth devices will go through the list and connect to the 1st it finds. Unfortunatly, if you connected your wifes after yours it will be the 1st that the in car blue tooth will try to connect too... The solution is simple... Disconnect yours and then reconnect so it's the 1st to be contacted.. that's if it's that big an issue... My husbands Parratot device in his 1series does exactly the same thing.
 

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Will that be the case for the sound system with the Acenta Sport Pack or does it have to be the Premium with the NIssan Connect system?

Just wondering if I will be able to see tracks in the head unit and control the Ipod Touch via the steering wheel with this lesser sound system

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