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I recently bought a 2011 LR4 and since it does not have bluetooth audio for listening to music, I did some research and found a lot of folks were using the Bovee 1000 bluetooth adapter that plugs into the cars native iPod port. Everyone raves about it, but I have yet to get mine working. I've got my iPhone 6 connected to the Bovee device and the car recognizes it, but after a few moments, I get a device error. Any one else experience this or know of a way to fix it?
 

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I use the Bove 1000 in my L322 HSE - it is plugged into the "iPod Jack" in the center console.
My daughter received the "device error" when connecting her phone. After doing a lot of searching I found that this error occurs when there is no music in the phones playlist (she streams everything). you have to have at least one song in the phones playlist and then it will play from any source within that device.
 
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