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How to Utilize Note 3 with a Sony Double Din

3rd March 2014, 10:25 PM |#1  
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I am curious if anyone knows how to use the Note 3 with a Sony Double Din.

I can use BT of course but I would like to transfer movies to the head unit via files on my phone. I know I could just use a flash drive but I am trying to eliminate that. The head unit does not recognize my phone and is not compatible with the USB. Assuming this is because my Note 3 does not have the correct driver.

My phone is rooted and I would think there is a work around, I have searched for Sony Drivers just don't find a definite solution to download to my phone.

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4th March 2014, 12:01 AM |#2  
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I am curious if anyone knows how to use the Note 3 with a Sony Double Din.

I can use BT of course but I would like to transfer movies to the head unit via files on my phone. I know I could just use a flash drive but I am trying to eliminate that. The head unit does not recognize my phone and is not compatible with the USB. Assuming this is because my Note 3 does not have the correct driver.

My phone is rooted and I would think there is a work around, I have searched for Sony Drivers just don't find a definite solution to download to my phone.

Thx

Does your head unit support android? Probably not, it's not a driver issue on the phone its your head unit not being compatible with Android/USB etc...

My KDC x395 supports iPhone but not android properly.

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4th March 2014, 02:04 AM |#3  
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I would think there is a solution...
4th March 2014, 02:54 AM |#4  
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If your phone supported usb mas storage it may work. Doubt it though. Tried that before.

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16th March 2014, 02:09 AM |#5  
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If your phone supported usb mas storage it may work. Doubt it though. Tried that before.

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If I was a skilled developer I could figure it out...

Guess I am stuck with flash drives, fail...
16th March 2014, 02:11 AM |#6  
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Does your head unit support android? Probably not, it's not a driver issue on the phone its your head unit not being compatible with Android/USB etc...

My KDC x395 supports iPhone but not android properly.

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The head unit supports USB, just not mine. Guess I am stuck with Sony flash drives.
16th March 2014, 10:08 AM |#7  
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The head unit supports USB, just not mine. Guess I am stuck with Sony flash drives.

If your head unit supports USB then it should work. Originally the note 3 couldn't enable USB mass storage mode but now the compulsion kernel supports it. If u are rooted u can install the compulsion kernel and then download the sg USB mass storage enabler app. Then once u connect it to your Sony head unit with a cable it will read it as if it's a flash drive.
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