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By fierceeagle2003, Senior Member on 18th February 2014, 03:49 PM
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http://www.iphonefmtransmitter.com/android-phones/

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http://www.iphonefmtransmitter.com/android-phones/

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Nice, but this should be posted HERE
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Sorry about that

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No worries.

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Or you could get the tape - mp3 converters. I got one from amazon for $0.67. They work like a charm. The only problem is that you cannot control your music from your car's stereo (except for volume of course)
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I fit the htc Stereoclip guts into a monster cassette adapter. Works flawlessly.
Lasts a good 6 hours on a charge. No wires.
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