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How to connect a Blitzsafe AUDI/M-Link1 V.1B - iPod interface

I have the manual installation guide from the manufacture but is too broad, and I would like to do it my self. Does why I appreciate if some one can tell my in detail how I can install the interface.

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The car is an Audio A4 1.8T - Luxury Sedan with a Symphony factory radio.

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I have the same problem. Did you get anyone to help you? I have the same car. A4 1.8T 2005 with the Symphony factory radio.

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Enable Audi MMI 3G bluetooth hands-free phone


Activate Audi MMI 3G bluetooth connection and handsfree profile in your car. All Audis with Multi Media Interface 3rd generation are equipped with bluetooth, some just need activation which you can do for free, without adding any hardware.

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Adaptor set comprising 1x adaptor for iPod/iPhone and 1x adaptor for USB for the connection to the Audi Music Interface. The ipod adaptor cable provides power and intuitive control of the device through the MMI and multi-function steering wheel."

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check this link for instructions how to install this:

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