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Smartphones and Sync 2

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Are there any differences between connecting an iPhone and an android operated phone to Sync 2? I think you can message from sync with and android phone connected but that’s about all I know. 

I’m  contemplating moving to android from iPhone.

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I think android has always allowed bluetooth connection and apple by cable. That's my understanding.

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9 minutes ago, gillyallan said:

I think android has always allowed bluetooth connection and apple by cable. That's my understanding.

My iPhone connects through bluetooth. Allows me to read or listen to messages and make calls etc through sync. 

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Ahhh Ok. Sorry original poster I'm mistaken on ios.

 

Does that also include music on ios?

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20 minutes ago, gillyallan said:

Ahhh Ok. Sorry original poster I'm mistaken on ios.

 

Does that also include music on ios?

Yeah. Plays music from iPhone library or Spotify. 

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I only ever connected via bluetooth with Android and the wife connected her Apple device via cable. The cable device would always override the BT connection when playing music. I could read/listen to texts and pretty sure I could send preset responses using my android device via sync. It’s not until you get android auto on Sync3 that you can dictate messages though.

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