Question about HTC TyTN Smartphone
Get a 3.5mm headphone adapter for your HTC phone. Use the line out to either a little FM transmitter (very fuzzy) or install an FM modulator in your car (better) or, if your car has one, plug directly into the AUX jack of your stereo. Google "htc 3.5mm adapter" for people who sell pre-made adapters.
Here's a fun do-it-yourself project for those of us without AUX jacks. He cuts up an HTC adapter to connect to a microphone and FM modulator so that he can make a home made speakerphone.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
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