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thunder

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Yes, you can but if you use Google Auto and usb music from a stick in your hub, the phone doesnt charge the battery.
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pugdog

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I've tried a 4 port hub before and it hasn't worked :( I want to be able to listen to my music from a usb stick and also use Android Auto at the same time.
 

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I've tried a 4 port hub before and it hasn't worked :( I want to be able to listen to my music from a usb stick and also use Android Auto at the same time.
Thats not possible. You can listen to music and charge a phone. But thats not because of the Hub, Thats because of the radios firm-/ software.
 

pugdog

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Thats not possible. You can listen to music and charge a phone. But thats not because of the Hub, Thats because of the radios firm-/ software.
Thought that may be the case, just some wishful thinking. It's annoying not to be able to listen to usb music and use Google map on the system.
 

pugdog

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Since you have already your phone connected, why not just dump your audio files on your phone?
Most of the time I only need to listen to music without needing to use google map, but mainly it's a pain having to plug and unplug the phone whenever you get in and out of the car (which also includes opening and closing the music app)
 

asd

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Or making Apple Car Play / Android Auto available by bluetooth / wlan. Then there would also be a sense for the Qi induction charging station:rolleyes:
I am not sure that Bluetooth, even 5.0 has sufficient bandwidth ACP/AA...
As mentioned elsewhere - AA has plans for future wireless support, question is, will it be possible with a software/fimware upgrade to make i30N unit compatible.

I would not mind having 2 usb ports, maybe one with higher power output, so you don't need a 12 v usb charger to actually charge a device reasonably fast.
 

Tim96

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I am not sure that Bluetooth, even 5.0 has sufficient bandwidth ACP/AA...
As mentioned elsewhere - AA has plans for future wireless support, question is, will it be possible with a software/fimware upgrade to make i30N unit compatible.

I would not mind having 2 usb ports, maybe one with higher power output, so you don't need a 12 v usb charger to actually charge a device reasonably fast.
There is wireless CarPlay already in the new bmw models, so it’s not a problem with bandwidth but more with power, so you have to plug in your phone eitherway.