You have Bluetooth for phone but if you want to stream music, CarPlay, phone, Nav, etc. then one of your best options are the Tesla unit for Infinity FX/35/37/50/QX70. Here’s the link and there are a ton of YouTube vids on install (professional and DIY) and operation.Can I purchase a used 2010-2014 radio with bluetooth, and will it be a plug n play ? Do I only purchase the radio or also the screen too ? Or is there an alternative solution ?
Yeah Bluetooth 2.0 (audio) was relatively new back then and my 2006 didn’t have it as well. What I ended up doing was stumbling across and buying the USA Spec BT-NIS adapter couple of years ago. Amazon is selling them for $132.56 right now. This is all you need. You’ll have to take the dash apart to connect the module to the radio, but it isn’t hard. There are YouTube videos out there to walk you through the process. The only cons I’ve come across since using it were that at startup you’ll hear “Connected” when the vehicle starts and the device first comes on. Also, you won’t be able to control skipping songs via the steering wheel. Besides that over the last couple years I haven’t had any issues and the device has worked flawlessly. Good luck!Thanks for that. As expected, unless I'm reading wrong, the bluetooth in the vehicle is for phone calls only. The module I made allows for streaming audio.
Depending on the route you wanted to go, you could do a complete nav conversion with a harness adapter kit. That would give you bluetooth plus an host of other newer/improved features. You'd just need the NAV parts themselves from a 2010-2017 vehicle, depending.Can I purchase a used 2010-2014 radio with bluetooth, and will it be a plug n play ? Do I only purchase the radio or also the screen too ? Or is there an alternative solution ?