Android car stereo kits allow you to connect an Android device to your factory car stereo. Use it to play music stored on your phone or
to stream audio from an app. No need to change to an aftermarket radio. Who has these bundles of joy, you say? ReplacementRadios, of course. A
simple click on the Android Interfaces category on the left is the first step. There you'll find a huge list of vehicle manufacturers. We have
kits for all of them. Whether you have a truck, SUV, car or van. Whether your vehicle is 8 months old or 8 years old. We carry a wide variety of kits for
most of them. And they're usually vehicle specific, meaning you can control them from the radio (or steering wheel controls, in some cases.) Many people
assume they can't do something like this because their car isn't new enough or the vehicle manufacturer wasn't forward-thinking enough. Well, they can't think
of everything. Luckily our interface manufacturers picked up the slack, which means you don't have to get an aftermarket radio just to gain Android connectivity.
Besides, when you remove the factory radio you often lose the use of some features or options in the vehicle and the radio doesn't even look right in the dash.
Why subject yourself to that?
Android devices have become incredibly popular over the past few years. Android car stereo adapters take advantage of this. Whether you're
simply playing music files, listening to audio from a music app, taking direction from a GPS app or something similar, our Android car stereo kits
are up to the task. Many of the interfaces have extra features as well. Some feature an aux input. Some allow connection of an iPod or iPhone. Some have
Bluetooth built in. Some have optional HD or satellite radio. The possibilities aren't endless but they're endlessly entertaining.
How often have you been driving in your car and found yourself wishing you had another music source besides your radio or CD player? Maybe
you don't want to be locked into a monthly bill from SiriusXM or maybe you don't even have that option. Either way, you still have a solution. Simply purchase an
Android car stereo kit from Replacement Radios. For the price of a trip to the ballpark for a couple hours of entertainment you can give yourself weeks, months
and years of entertainment in your vehicle. Your spouse will thank you, your kids will thank you, your friends will thank you, your co-workers will thank you.
Someone will thank you. These kits aren't just for vehicles from the last few years either. Car manufacturers have been putting proprietary plugs on the back of
their radios for years. The Android interfaces merely convert that plug to a USB port and allow the information to travel back and forth. Since you're using the
factory plug on the radio, it's usually a plug and play installation. Older radios without an input can still be brought up to speed. We also have some universal
interfaces for FM antenna inputs. No, not a cheap-quality wireless FM transmitters. High-quality, direct connect kits that cut off FM input when in use.
ReplacementRadios carries Android kits from several manufacturers. Give us a call or drop us an email and we'll help you figure out which one will work for you.