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So I own a 2008 Ford Fusion. Just recently purchased an iPhone 4S. I have a 2 options when using sync.
1. Play music through bluetooth, select music from my iPhone, & get hands free calls through sync.
2. Charge my iPhone with USB hookup, & have hands free calling with bluetooth, listen to music with bluetooth only changable by sync system. Can't select music through iPhone due to "Accessory Connected" screen when I click on music.
Is there anything I can do to get rid of this "Accessory Connected" screen?
I want to be able to charge, control music from iPhone, and have full hands free calling features.
Any help is appreciated, thanks.
If you need more info let me know...
Not with the way that the operating system works in the iPhone. "Accessory Connected" is the only thing that works if you are plugging in the bottom of the iPhone. If you don't want it to be there, you might look at installing a AUX plug on your stereo system so you can plug the iPhone in through AUX(headphone jack) and run bluetooth handsfree for calls. But otherwise in a short answer, if you wanna listen to your music and its plugged in the bottom, the Accessory Connected will not go away.
I have since changed to a hardwired dock connector in all my cars. I find it sounds MUCH better than Bluetooth and better than the Audio Jack in the car.
These ALWAYS work. Just about any car audio shop can install these at a low cost.
They are unaffected by firmware updates, and they charge my iPhone and iPod at the same time. So when I get out of my car I have a fully charged iPhone.
Go hardwired, it will ALWAYS work.
Yes it does charge your iPhone, but when they is hardwired, thats when they see the "Accessory Connected" as I previously stated, those are the only options that I had described.
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