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Old 01-24-2013, 08:00 AM
kkratochvil kkratochvil is offline
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Mein Auto: 2010 BMW X5, xDrive35d
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Originally Posted by Fleetman View Post
The BMW iPod/USB interfaces.
Everyone has their favourite driving track or two. And now with the BMW iPod and USB interfaces, you can have a couple of thousand. Simply connect your iPod, iPhone, MP3 player or USB stick to the on-board system and choose your favourite songs from your entire collection. Once your device is plugged in, you can access your music library and control the volume using either the radio, the multifunction steering wheel or the iDrive Controller. Now you can have endless musical enjoyment without being distracted from driving.

iPod and iPhone is a registered trademark of Apple Computer.


This is from the BMW website....this change was incorporated, IIRC, in November 2010 for the MY2011....my build date is 2/2011. Prior to the change, my understanding is it required a special interface cord to allow downloading.

I'm going to try again tomorrow and if it doesn't work, I'll try downloading iTunes to a USB stick.
You're mixing playback with The Store in Vehicle capabilities. I think those are two completely diffent things. Everything you described above is for playback and I believe it's accurate and covered many times in different threads. (ie. Combox vs. no Combox, etc.). Store in vehicle means you've got to give the system raw MP3 or AAC files on a USB/DVD and then they're being stored in the vehicle.
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