An aux-in (or auxiliary-in) socket in your car is a 3.5mm jack into which you can plug anything that has a standard headphone connection. It sends sound to the multimedia system, enabling you to stream music from a device through the cars speakers.
How do I use the AUX in my car?
0:001:30How to Connect Android Phone to Car Stereo and Listen to Music on Aux YouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipSuggested clip · 60 secondsThe location of these ports might be in a different location in your vehicle. Now take the stereoMoreThe location of these ports might be in a different location in your vehicle. Now take the stereo cable and insert the 3.5 millimeter plug into the Android phones headphone jack.
What do you use AUX port for?
The AUX port is typically used for audio equipment that receives peripheral sound sources, such as digital music players or audio speakers. An auxiliary port is also known as an auxiliary jack or auxiliary input.
Is AUX better than USB?
USB cords are generally more convenient and deliver better sound, but are only available on digital systems. Aux cords are useful in situations where there is no USB or digital interface, like an old car, record player, or home theater receiver.
How do I get my USB AUX to work?
The stereo controls allows you to select the USB port as an input device. If you dont have the USB port but have an Aux port plug the MP3 players USB to aux cable into the player, then connect the aux jack end into the Aux port. Like with the USB port you can select Aux on the car stereo.