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Connecting a smartphone or mobile device to your car stereo is a great way to listen to music, audiobooks and podcasts while driving. There's a few ways to accomplish this. First of all, if you have a newer car, it may actually have USB built into the stereo. This should work with most phones and iPods, and actually will allow you to access the audio on the device through the native car stereo interface. This is great because in many cases it will allow you to keep your eyes on the road instead of handling a phone while driving, which in many states is illegal.
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The process of setting up a Bluetooth network is referred to as "pairing," because the network consists of just one "pair" of devices. Although it is often possible to pair one device to multiple other devices, each connection is secure and unique to one particular pair of devices. In order to successfully pair a cell phone to a car stereo, both the phone and the head unit must be Bluetooth compatible. The exact process of pairing a phone to a car audio system varies depending on the specific phone and the way the infotainment or audio system is set up. Most of these steps will translate in one way or another regardless of what type of phone you have, and the car you drive, but the first step, in any case, is to make sure that you're working with the right tools.