Blue tooth

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    Can a factory installed stereo that is blue tooth enabled be paired with the 910 so that audio cables would be unnecessary?
     
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    This is something I would like to try. I heard that not all bluetooth stereos will connect via bluetooth with the unit.
     
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    Got any idea what the proceedure to try would be?
     
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    If you come across a stereo with bluetooth, make sure its on or activated.
    On the unit (910), go to preference page 6 of 7. Select Speaker Preferences. Check both options: Play music over external speaker; Play spoken instrucitons over external speaker. Select done it will ask you if you want to connect to a speaker device using bluetooth, select yes and go from there.
     
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    I bet my camry will not do this. I has blue tooth for the phone but I cannot find anywhere directions for linking it to anything else.
     
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