Rocky997Hi, massively appreciate your efforts I received my Y cable from Design911 which as I say works.with a cheap £15 I link dongle.I had for converting an old Ipod dock. At the sam time I had order a Rennline magnetic phone bracket which I fitted today and whilst fitting it I installed a fast charge cable which is completley hidden and runs off the 12v supply in the passenger.footwell. The upshot is that I can now run my android phone on that mount, in perfect view and run Waze whilst simutaneously using Alexa to either stream music from Amazon music or digital radio. The track listing/control has now become redundant as track info is now displayed on the phone which is right next to the PCM screen. Mapping is up to date and I have full.voice control.with Alexa. The screeen on the Galaxy S10+ is bigger and better res than the PCM.The combination of the Y cable, a decent phone mount with.power and Alexa/Amazon music has given me a perfect upgrade whilst leaving the PCM standard and just using a Y cable and cheap.dongle.Much appreciation for you assistance and effort. For anyone looking for an upgrade, I am pretty happy.with this combo. I have a Bose system and sound is.spot on with no interference.
Rocky997Yes you are correct. A cheap "I link" bluetooth dongle via a y cable in the armrest and then I use Amazon music but as I have my phone on a magnetic rennline mount just by the pcm Screen , I can use see all my track info and have full control via either the phone screen or alexa. I have wired a fast charger in behind the PCM panel so can power the phone as all times. Using Waze on the phone also gives me up to date maps and speed camera detection and keeps the phone screen live with access to the music via the waze app.. I believe spotify is also compatible.
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