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My 57 S Type D does not have touch screen sat nav but it does have voice rec and blue tooth for my phone But is it possible to play music from my mobile through the blue tooth and how ? I have connected the phone but no idea how or if it will play my music 

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hi

as simon said, it can't be done

I bought a GEARTIST GB01 there only a tenner now on amazon

and the quality is crystal clear, its a bluetooth fm transmitter and full hands free

you mount it in the car and tune it to a spare fm channel, the lower end is better

then you pair your phone with it and any thing on your phone is played through the car stereo

its also got full hand free built in, if you havnt got bluetooth, but i turn the handsfree option off on my phone, so all the calls come through the cars bluetooth and all the music come through the car speakers, well recomended, I paid £20 for mine, which i thought was great value for the quality, but there only £10 now, superb value

plus if you have a android phone, you can use the ok google function, by saying ok google at any time, you can make calls, send text messages, set reminders and alarms and much more all by voice, I press the voice button on the steering wheel, which mute the stereo and say ok google, jaguar voice does'nt recognise it but your phone does , i just use this as a mute.

cheers

Joe

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David

you say you have connected your phone, do you mean you have paired it with Jaguar voice? Via bluetooth? Or hard wired? Mine is so much older than yours that I have cable connections in the storage space under the central arm rest. The connections in mine do have a USB connection that works, however I am lucky enough to have got my car with the parrot system (I don't have jag voice) although not used that (USB) anymore than once. If you have paired with Jag voice are you able to receive / make calls?

Steve

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1 hour ago, Claws said:

David

you say you have connected your phone, do you mean you have paired it with Jaguar voice? Via Bluetooth? Or hard wired? Mine is so much older than yours that I have cable connections in the storage space under the central arm rest. The connections in mine do have a USB connection that works, however I am lucky enough to have got my car with the parrot system (I don't have jag voice) although not used that (USB) anymore than once. If you have paired with Jag voice are you able to receive / make calls?

Steve

Hi

you pair your phone with the phone bluetooth module to make calls, you can't pair your phone to jaguar voice, you make commands through jaguar voice, but your phone must be paired with the bluetooth module

the usb socket in your car is part of the parrot system, it enable you to use a flash drive and play music off it through your parrot hands free system

some jaguars do have a usb and ipod connector in the arm rest and that is the ACM audio connectivity module, this allows you to play music through a flash drive and ipod through the jaguar speakers and can be controlled via jaguar voice

cheers

Joe

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