1. Brownie228228's Avatar
    I just bought a galaxy S7 and pluged it into my AUX cord in my car and all I got was static coming from the radio so i plugged in a new aux same thing I later tried with my headphones and there was no static so I retired the car aux and there still was static anyway to get the static to go away it's a huge pain in the *** thank you
    02-03-2017 09:46 PM
  2. Who884l5's Avatar
    This might be a stupid question but ill be the one to ask. Did you try with headphones? Maybe somthing is wrong with the jack.
    02-03-2017 11:50 PM
  3. dmagikwand's Avatar
    Could be:
    1. Your male to male 3.5mm cable is bad. I can't tell if you mean that you tried different cables.
    2. Your Aux port on your car is bad. Not sure if you were saying you tried a different device on Aux and it was fine or not.
    3. After you plug into your Aux, make sure your phone's media volume is turned all the way up. The volume rocker on the side of the phone should do it when you are plugged in. Music playing through a phone on an Aux cable initially sounds like **** because the default volume on the phone is so low that you have to turn the car volume too far up to hear it so it crackles and distorts and sounds bass-less. You absolutely need to turn the phone volume up past the 'hearing loss' message and to the max to get full range of sound (only in car, but not with headphones). After the phone media volume is turned all the way up, you can adjust your car stereo volume to your preference. My experience just with phones in general, not this particular.

    That is the limit of my knowledge on the subject as a fellow "aux" and android user. I am far from expert.
    02-04-2017 09:04 AM

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