Question about Cell Phones
Just make sure you have the cable for it. Just connect your aux input to your 3.5 mm jack and you should be good.Not sure what your aux input is, it can be RCA cables at the back or
even a 2.5 (or 3.5 mm) input in the front of your stereo.Either way there will be a cable for it. 3.5 to RCA or 2.5 to 3.5 cables. You just need the right cable.
another option if you don't have Aux inputs, is to get a FM transmitter and connect that to your phone and tune in the desired frequency on your radio.
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Sprint released a 3.70.651.1 update to EVO phones which has caused some streaming problems with the Bitbop application.
This is easily fixed with Sprint's assistance.
If you call Sprint customer service (from a phone other than your EVO) they will walk you through the steps to reconfigure the handset properly.
Sprint's phone number is: 1-877-639-8351.
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