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Old 09-06-2024, 10:43 PM   #1
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Default BAII bluetooth phone

Hi guys, I talked to one of you about bringing my BAII down to fix the ICC deadness, I am now thinking about my rather clunky ebay bluetooth adapter, and how that can be replaced with a better bluetooth implementation.

Are there any options that don't involve a new head unit? I just(!) want music from my phone and phone connectivity for calls in/out in a user friendly way.

I have a stereo jack/USB cable that I can manually plug into the phone, then wrestle the phone onto the windscreen mount, surely there is a better way?

I'd like to fix the whole comms/entertainment/hvac thing in one hit, if possible/practical/affordable.
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