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I have a 2011 Silverado and I often plug my ipod into usb port and it works well. Today on my Samsung Galaxy s3 I downloaded Pandora radio app. I wanted to plug my phone into usb port to listen in truck and on display said device not supported or something to that affect. Can I not use my Samsung phone like I do my apple ipod?

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Android is not supported. I'm having the same problem with my fiancee's 2012 Malibu. I thought I had a solution by rooting and changing some settings, and I even got a different error message but still haven't successfully accessed music either stored on the device or from apps

 

Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I337 using Tapatalk 2

 

 

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Thanks for the input. I was afraid that is was a Android issue. Man that is frustrating since there is most likely no way to change this and I have no intention of switching to a Apple phone. I wish GM was a little more flexible they have the system built with USB port but only accepts apple, that is &%$#.

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Thanks for the input. I was afraid that is was a Android issue. Man that is frustrating since there is most likely no way to change this and I have no intention of switching to a Apple phone. I wish GM was a little more flexible they have the system built with USB port but only accepts apple, that is &%$#.

I use an old Iphone 4 which has no value at all but runs anything that I want to, if the Android has the ability to act as a hotspot you could even run any internet based apps as well

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It is pretty frustrating that GM does not support android, the platform with the largest market share in smartphones. Android 53%, Apple 40%

 

http://www.latinospost.com/articles/28063/20130919/ios-vs-android-market-share-2013-google-mobile-os-top.htm

 

Tell phone makers to agree to a standard and you might have a sliver of hope. Android has more market share but it's across dozens of phones whereas Apple might have a few different models on sale now but they all run exactly the same from a car manufacturers view.

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