So I have a couple issues here - before the update my Ford Sync in my Ford Fusion 2012 worked JUST FINE with my Samsung Galaxy S4 bluetooth, but now it's iffy on that. I used to be able to connect my phone via Bluetooth and go to the settings in my car to change to Bluetooth Media and stream my music from my phone using Google Play and/or Pandora.
Amazon Cloud Player, the company’s online and mobile music streaming service fueled by purchases of MP3′s, uploads and even previously bought CDs, is now going to be available in Ford SYNC AppLink-enabled vehicles.
Smartphones have long been an important distribution platform for music streaming service Spotify, and today it is taking that to the next level of mobility: today it is announcing a deal with Ford to provide in-car streaming music services, via Ford’s new SYNC AppLink service in Europe and North America.
Can anyone help me with muting the various notification sounds when streaming Pandora? I have a 2011 Ford F150 with sync. Previously my Galaxy Nexus worked great with it when streaming Pandora as it always automatically muted the notifications sounds while it was streaming bluetooth audio. I can't seem to find a way to do this with my new S4.
Hello all, I have been thinking of picking up a Moto X for AT&T and have a question that hopefully a fellow Ford owner can help me with. I have a 2013 Ford F-150 pickup with the My Ford Touch SYNC system.
This SYNC system has a Messaging feature that will interact with the phone reading and displaying text messages.
At GigaOm’s Roadmap event today, Microsoft and Ford just announced that they have delivered more than 5 million SYNC-enabled cars. SYNC, Ford’s in-car connectivity system, is powered by Microsoft’s embedded platform and launched about five years ago. While it had its ups and downs, Ford is quite committed to the platform and plans to open it up to more developers over time.