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decolicious
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Registered: ‎19-10-2012
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listening in my car

I want to listen my playlists in my car. I can plug in my usb in my car. Only the playlists aren't found. What to do?
(android phone)
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neo-x
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Re: listening in my car

You have a premium subscription? You logged in to the device with the right credentials where the premium subscription is active?

Can you play music at all with / without USB cables. I haven't heard of the possibility to listen to Spotify music through USB before.

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Re: listening in my car

The question was if I can play spotify in my car using usb from phone to car. Listening to your comment it is not possible...a shame I think
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decolicious
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Re: listening in my car

Neo-x is it at all possible to use your phone as a sort of ipod in your car? The car only sees mp3's i think. Thanx.
neo-x
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Re: listening in my car

I havent' run in to this before. You can connect it to a the car stereo via 3.5mm stereo jack or such, or if the stereo supports bluetooth A2DP.

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decolicious
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Re: listening in my car

Thanx,I will try the stereo jack. Have a good one! :-)
neo-x
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Re: listening in my car

That one acutlaly works good :) I myself use a Samsung Galaxy Note in the car. I have the phone dock set up so I just plug in the device to the dock. Dock has the power cable + the stereo cable already connected. I stream music from my Spotify every single day. It goes anywhere I go. Everythings working :)

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Re: listening in my car

I have a note aswell. Do I plug in the cable where the earphone goes? Or am I to green? Haha
neo-x
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Re: listening in my car

Yeah the 3.5mm stereo jack to the earplug hole. Does the car have 2 x RCA connectors or a 3.5mm stereo jack or what :) Anyways, I'd say having the dock / craddle is great. Surely only problem is that if I upgrade to Note II the same dock isn't working anymore.

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Re: listening in my car

The car has a 3.5mm stereo jack and usb dock..I can connect the Ipod to usb and perhaps I can use the stereo jack for my phone to use spotify. I can plug my phone into the usb only the car will just play my mp3 sounds
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