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2010 370z Bluetooth Music Stream

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Hi Guys,

Recently purchased the 2010 370z with Bose system. I can pair the bluetooth to my mobile and make phone calls but I am unable to stream music to it? Am I doing something wrong? Is anyone else having the same issue?

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Don't think you can stream music via Bluetooth on your model unfortunately. Its only the 2011+ models. Use the aux, I find it much better. Sent from my SM-N915G using Tapatalk

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You can stream music from phone in 2010 model.  Check your manual

 

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You can stream music from phone in 2010 model.  Check your manual

 

Is that supposed to be "can't"? Or is there a hidden way of doing it. I've got a 2010 and haven't been able to find a way to stream from the phone. There's nothing in my manual that suggests you can. Just use the AUX and a cable as roketrider suggested. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk

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You can't. You can use the aux in port though and it works fine. Sent from my GT-I9505 using Tapatalk

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That's what I thought. But 's post got my hopes up that I'd perhaps missed something. Oh well. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk

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That's worth a look. Thanks for the info. I wonder how it would go with the native Bluetooth pairing for telephone already in the car?

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On your phone you can select which device to Bluetooth for telephone and music independently.

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Actually found an elegant solution to stream audio in my 2010. Works with IOS/apple, android and windows devices. Still using the aux cable in the console, I bought a Coolstream duo Bluetooth dongle which plugs in to the old style apple 30-pin connector. Does a good job, doesn't interfere with the phone Bluetooth connection and you can pair a couple of phones to it to mix the music up. Conveniently also has a 3.5mm plug to enable you to turn any headphones into Bluetooth headphones. About $40 on eBay. Also, as a bonus turns any old 30-pin docking station etc into Bluetooth compatible meaning the old docks can now be used with the lightning plugged IOS phones. I should have bought 3! Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk

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Don't think you can stream music via Bluetooth on your model unfortunately. Its only the 2011+ models. Use the aux, I find it much better. Sent from my SM-N915G using Tapatalk

I agree.

I have a 2012 model which steams fine with bluetooth using the "AUX" button.

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I agree.

I have a 2012 model which steams fine with bluetooth using the "AUX" button.

Do you find your music sometimes stutters and skips? Especially when you just start up the car and the Bluetooth connection just kicks in?

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Has anyone figured out a way to connect iPhone 7? There's no aux connection on the phone. 
I've just ordered a Coolstream duo Bluetooth dongle as recommended above. Fingers crossed.

Edited by Michelle

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Heya Michelle. The AUX connection is on the car, not the phone. In 2010 version that I have, in the console between the seats there is three RCA jacks (red yellow and white). You'll need to get the cable from the Apple Store to fit this or a cheaper equivalent. It's got the male RCA jacks and a USB for power on one end and the old style Apple 30-pin connector on the other end. For iPhone 7 you'll also need the 30-pin to lightning plug adapter if you can't wait for the Coolstream duo to arrive. My advice would be to wait as that adapter is stupid expensive for what it is. The cheap fake ones don't work. Plug all that in the console. When the coolstream duo turns up plug that onto the 30-pin connector and follow the instructions to synch your phone to the Coolstream Duo. Whenever you want to listen to the phone just press the AUX button on your stereo head unit and play your tunes from the phone wirelessly. 1127830ac0a4269e3e43641080eed4f8.jpge6918befdc926d5f7f19b4b2eff7c5c7.jpg Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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Forgot to add, my iPhone 7 works perfectly with this set up. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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