Step 1: Check for USB port

Step 2: Connect your Android phone

Step 3: Select the USB notifcation

Step 4: Mount your SD card

Step 5: Select USB audio source

Step 6: Enjoy your music

Make sure that your vehicle has a USB port and supports USB mass storage devices.
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Connect your Android phone to your car's USB port using a micro-USB cable. You should see a small USB icon appear in your notification bar.
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Pull down your notification bar and select the "USB Connected" entry.
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Select the option to mount your SD card as a USB storage device and wait for the phone to confirm.
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Using your car stereo's interface, select USB as the audio source. The stereo should then search for audio files on your Android's SD card.
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Once your songs have been indexed, you'll be able to listen to them through your car's speakers. Some systems will organize the songs by metadata, but most will just allow you to navigate your folder structure.
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