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    Default Aux input for audio system

    How can I get input from my android phone to the RT? Can a memory stick be used as an input? Or is I-Phone the only way?

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    Since different years of RTs work differently. Your question cannot be answered without knowing the model year and maybe trim level.

    2018 F3 LIMITED

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    Quote Originally Posted by billybovine View Post
    Since different years of RTs work differently. Your question cannot be answered without knowing the model year and maybe trim level.
    I sorta figured that after I posted.. Being brain dead is fun in groups... It's a 2019 RT Limited.
    The voices in my head say I'm strange...
    What do they know....

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    BT pair your android phone with the Spyder dash. The process is in your owners manual. There are also several videos by BRP. If you wish to see your compatible apps on the spyder dash. It needs to be plugged in. If you only want to use BT that works very well too. Plugging into the USB not needed. Music player, Sirius XM app and most other audio apps work. Audio controls work and display on the right screen. Telephone functions also works but you need a headset paired with the dash.

    Memory sticks don't work.

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    I was disappointed after I bought my 2020 RTL because it won't accept a USB stick. So what I did was buy a 32G mico card for my Android phone and just copy my music from the stick to the card. I have over 10,000 music files and still had plenty of room to move over what I had in the original 2g card.
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