How to listen to Spotify in the car

Listen to Spotify from the car with cable

Listening to Spotify in the car is quite simple and you can do it through different technological processes. This way, you won't have to set a station on the player, move the antenna to get a good signal or prevent it from turning off when you enter a tunnel. Let's see what the mechanisms are to tune in to music from the streaming app.

Methods to listen to Spotify in the car

Listen to Spotify from the car with Bluetooth

Listening to Spotify from the car is quite simple because there are several methods for all types of vehicles. Let's find out what are the mechanisms that allow us to play songs from this streaming application while driving:

Using Android Auto

For more modern cars that can be synchronized with Android Auto, this is the easiest and fastest way to do it. You can use a cable or activate the mobile's wireless function to connect both devices and play Spotify music. These are the steps to follow:

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  • Enter Android Auto from your mobile device.
  • Enter the app settings and select the “system” option.
  • Activate Android Auto wirelessly.
  • Activate Bluetooth.
  • Once activated, the car will sync with the application.
  • Now you just have to enter Spotify and play your folder.

Bluetooth connection

With a Bluetooth connection you can synchronize your mobile with the car player and listen to music from Spotify. It is necessary that your player works with Bluetooth or use an FM transmitter that has the technology and makes pairing easier. The procedure is simple and you must do the following:

  • Enter on your mobile.
  • Activate Bluetooth.
  • Synchronize it with the car player.
  • Once linked, play Spotify music from your mobile.
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With an auxiliary cable

Listen to Spotify music from the car

There are car sound players with an auxiliary port, which works through a cable that connects from the computer to the mobile. You set the player to auxiliary mode and it's just a matter of opening Spotify and playing your folder.

The cable can also be USB, but it will depend on the technologies supported by the player. If so, it's just a matter of locating the mode on the device and activating it. Wait for the connection and start playing from Spotify.

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With these methods it doesn't matter what technology the car has or if it is modern or old. What is interesting is that you can link the player with your mobile, either with a cable, Bluetooth connection or using Android Auto. What mechanism can you activate in your vehicle?