I've just moved from iOS to Android, purchasing the new Galaxy S3. Lovely phone; I'm impressed thus far.
The only thing that I'm struggling with is playing audio, via USB, to my car's head-unit.
I've got a 2012 Nissan Juke which worked fairly seamlessly with my iPhone 4. I'd plug the USB cable in, and my music would start playing through the car's speakers - with names/album/length etc. displayed on the head-unit's display. This worked with music I'd loaded on to the phone and the Spotify app.
When I plug my S3 in, the phone detects the connection and asks what mode I want to use - Media mode, or Camera mode. Regardless of which mode I use, the head-unit is unable to play either stored or Spotify music.
I've read up a little, and I'm wondering if this is to do with the S3's inability to render itself in Mass Storage mode.
Does anyone have any suggestions for a workaround, or an app which might resolve the problem? I can play audio via Bluetooth, but its interface isn't as seamless and I will forget to turn Bluetooth on/off; don't want to drain the battery excessively.
Thanks in advance,