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post #71 of 73 Old 4th June 2019, 10:19 PM
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Will this still work if my navigation screen isn’t working?

I have that issue where my navigation is corrupted so the screen stays blank, because the battery died, but I can still control the radio by blindly scrolling through channels.

All I need is to stream Spotify through my phone which I can control through my phone. Hopefully it works, thanks for all your effort.
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Will this still work if my navigation screen isn’t working?

I have that issue where my navigation is corrupted so the screen stays blank, because the battery died, but I can still control the radio by blindly scrolling through channels.

All I need is to stream Spotify through my phone which I can control through my phone. Hopefully it works, thanks for all your effort.
Sorry for the late reply! Yes it would work, but it'd be really hard to use it without the MKIV in working order as you will not be able to enable pairing.

I can make it work for you by allowing you to initiate pairing via the command line interface, but that would be a PITA for you.

However, wouldn't a GROM BT3 make more sense for you? The big value add for my unit is the OE integration which you will not be able to take advantage of
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Sorry for the late reply! Yes it would work, but it'd be really hard to use it without the MKIV in working order as you will not be able to enable pairing.

I can make it work for you by allowing you to initiate pairing via the command line interface, but that would be a PITA for you.

However, wouldn't a GROM BT3 make more sense for you? The big value add for my unit is the OE integration which you will not be able to take advantage of
I decided to just purchase an MK4 Unit from eBay since my MK3 is broken. So I will go ahead and buy your solution, as I am trying to keep the OEM look. Looks like it is close to release, looking forward to it.

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