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So I have a 2012 is350 f sport which does not have Bluetooth streaming music as an option as this only came in the my13 August 2012 build.

I was wondering if anyone can give me some advice to how I can get this feature.

Can I buy the stereo from the later build and have it installed? Will it fit? How much am I looking at spending?

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So I have a 2012 is350 f sport which does not have Bluetooth streaming music as an option as this only came in the my13 August 2012 build.

I was wondering if anyone can give me some advice to how I can get this feature.

Can I buy the stereo from the later build and have it installed? Will it fit? How much am I looking at spending?

Do you have the ML Stereo or the standard one? If the standard one, people have replaced their whole console with FlyAudio which will give them the full functionality e.g. onscreen display, GPS etc etc

If you do have the ML system - I also have this problem and have looked at alternate (besides plugging in the audio cable) - I read somewhere one of the alternate is to install/purchase something like a BlackBerry Music Gateway.

The BlackBerry Music Gateway is one of those must-have mobile accessories. It's small and versatile, allowing you to wirelessly stream music from your BlackBerry or other phone or tablet (Android, iOS, Windows Phone) to your traditional home and car audio systems.

Now you can enjoy the music on your mobile device through the power of your home or car stereo speakers.

Wirelessly play the music on your smartphone, tablet, or computer through your home stereo or car stereo using the BlackBerry Music Gateway. Just plug the BlackBerry Music Gateway into your stereo system, and pair it with most BlackBerry using Bluetooth connectivity or NFC technology, then fill any room with your music. It’s really that simple. You’ve got full control over playback, change tracks, volume, and play or pause because most BlackBerry is your remote control.

Wirelessly play music from:

  • Bluetooth enabled laptops and personal computers
  • Bluetooth enabled smartphones
  • Bluetooth enabled tablets

Connect BlackBerry Music Gateway to:

  • Bookshelf or computer speakers
  • Stereo system
  • In car stereo system
  • MP3 Player docking station

Features:

  • Connect via Bluetooth or simply tap to connect your NFC enabled device.
  • Compatible with any smartphone, tablet, laptop, or desktop computer that's A2DP enabled

Additonal Informartin:

  • Smartphone, tablet or device must support A2DP and AVRCP Bluetooth profiles
  • Smartphone must support Near Field Communication (NFC) for tap to connect feature. (NFC technology is not enabled for all carriers. Please check with your service provider for availability).
  • Connect using the RCA or 3.5mm auxiliary cables included in the box

Includes:

  • Music Gateway
  • 3.5mm to 3.5mm cable
  • 3.5mm to RCA cable
  • Micro-USB charger
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