I have recently bought an iPhone 4 and Parrot CK3100 which is connected to my car speakers via cable. I synched the phone to the Parrot and I now make and receive calls via my Parrot. So far so good. However, the phone does not appear to be fully sync’d. Firstly, I cannot play music via Bluetooth – I have to connect a cable from my iPhone (which contains the iPod) into my car (Mini) in order to play music and use the 'Aux' setting on the car audio system. True, when someone phones me then the music is interrupted by the Parrot for the call so that’s good, but I want to play music via Bluetooth, not cable. I can do this via my Nokia N63 in my other car (Ford Fiesta which has Bluetooth built in), so why can’t I do it with my Parrot? Secondly, and most importantly, my TomTom (via my app on my iPhone) will also only work through the car speakers if I have the cable connected to the car. To do this I have to switch the Mini’s audio system to ‘Aux’ which means I cannot listen to the radio when I have TomTom on. Again, I want TomTom to come through my speakers via Bluetooth, not cable.
In summary, I was hoping that the Parrot would Bluetooth everything and I wouldn’t have to connect a cable to my iPhone. Thus I want my car radio on with my TomTom (can’t do this at the moment), and when I am playing MP3 files on my iPod within my iPhone I want this to happen via Bluetooth not cable. In essence, only the phone part of the iPhone works with the Parrot. The other ‘players’ such as the iPod and TomTom aren’t sync’d with the Parrot, if that makes sense.
Can you please tell me how I can fix this?