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Original Xiaomi ROIDMI Car Bluetooth Charger Adapter £7.56 @ GearBest

£7.56 @ GearBest
Really good sound quality, fast charging and good price :) White colour also available, but more expensive. Original Xiaomi ROIDMI 5V / 3.1A car charger adapter 3.1A total large output current f… Read More
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7m, 5d agoFound 7 months, 5 days ago
Really good sound quality, fast charging and good price :) White colour also available, but more expensive.

Original Xiaomi ROIDMI 5V / 3.1A car charger adapter

3.1A total large output current for fast charging

FM transmitter and car charger

Short-circuit protection

Compatibility: Bluetooth 4.0 smartphone with Android 4.0 or above system
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7m, 5d agoFound 7 months, 5 days ago
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3 Likes #1
It's a shame it sounds like its a device that gives you haemorrhoids..
1 Like #2
when you say really good sound quality, is that from experience or from their website?
1 Like #3
"Open app to connect"?! No ta!
1 Like #4
Name is a bit weird :)

Experience. My car don't have usb port to play mp3, so I need to use fm transmitter. Ive tried few and this one is the best. Check reviews on internet :)
#5
Be aware there are an awful lot of cars that this isn't compatible with due to the type of socket they have.
#6
I've got the newer one and it's great,. But as said check compatability first!
#7
Worth a punt, but haven't been able to tune mine to any usable channel despite compatibility with my lighter socket. Shame as it would have been ideal.
#8
Had one of these since they first came out. Great bit of kit. No need for the app, that's only if you want to change the frequency.
#9
I have one of these and it doesn't fit properly into either vehicles cig socket. But with a bit of messing around it works. I'm happy with mine
#10
Neanderthal Man here - what exactly does this do? Charge a phone - yes and then ???
1 Like #11
Bobef90
Neanderthal Man here - what exactly does this do? Charge a phone - yes and then ???

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=Original+Xiaomi+ROIDMI+Car+Bluetooth+Charger+Adapter
1 Like #12
Thanks - did a search myself but your 'kind link' bought a youtube video up which clarified it.
I do like imgtyf.com. I suppose you thought imgtfy - BYTFL - because you're too FFF lazy!!!
banned 1 Like #13
Is there anything that Xiaomi doesn't make?

It's like they are on a mission to make a gadget for everything... To be fair, the name is generally a badge of quality in terms of buying from China :)
#14
I have one of these, works well but doesn't work in all lighter sockets, check the website and it will show compatible sockets.

Doesn't have any issue reconnecting to the phone when switched on and sounds OK, not as good as a hardwired connection but better than any FM transmitter I've used in the past.
#15
RexNoctis
I have one of these, works well but doesn't work in all lighter sockets, check the website and it will show compatible sockets.
Doesn't have any issue reconnecting to the phone when switched on and sounds OK, not as good as a hardwired connection but better than any FM transmitter I've used in the past.

Nutt
I've got the newer one and it's great,. But as said check compatability first!

Once you've set the frequency in the app can you uninstall it?
1 Like #16
this would be kinda cool if it could connect via AUX not FM :)
#17
Cheers OP, I think that it's worth a punt for this price. Should mean that I can stream some spotify playlists to my car stereo and stop having to burn CDs for it instead :D
#18
Got one, doesnt work with 2006 Golf
#19
How can I check compatibility? For a 8 year old ford fiesta
#20
can you take phone calls on this or make them and talk through this
#21
Do you have to sign in to the app each time you want to to use this?
1 Like #22
I've got one of these. Really really good!!
1 Like #23
darthvader666uk
this would be kinda cool if it could connect via AUX not FM :)
Surely you could just connect your device via aux? Unless you have the new iphone?
#24
I have two of these and they are great but the only significant limitation is that they work to stream media sound only and unfortunately would not allow phone calls to be routed through the car's audio system. Good for music but useless for hands free calling.
#25
GibsonSt19
"Open app to connect"?! No ta!

You don't need to open the app.
#26
ddaann_99
Do you have to sign in to the app each time you want to to use this?
You don't even have to take your phone out of your pocket. The connection happens automatically if you have bluetooth switched on.
#27
lutin
GibsonSt19
"Open app to connect"?! No ta!
You don't need to open the app.
Once the device is setup up for the first time, can you uninstall the app?
#28
Turret
lutin
GibsonSt19
"Open app to connect"?! No ta!
You don't need to open the app.
Once the device is setup up for the first time, can you uninstall the app?
If anyone else is wondering, I saw this question on GearBest:
Question:
Which app (exact name) for the iPhone do I have to use to change the frequency? Is this app in English?

Reply::

Hello Joe,

Thanks for your inquiry.

It connect with your smartphone via Xiaomi Smart Home APP.
The APP is for Android system only.
iOS users can connect via Bluetooth to play music (default frequency 96.4MHz).

This APP is in English.

Have a nice day.
#29
darthvader666uk
this would be kinda cool if it could connect via AUX not FM :)

Yeah, I'd prefer that too
#30
Turret
lutin
GibsonSt19
"Open app to connect"?! No ta!
You don't need to open the app.
Once the device is setup up for the first time, can you uninstall the app?

I'm not even sure you need to install the app ever. The charger has a default frequency which you can use if you don't install the app.
However, if this FM frequency is already used up in your area, you install the app, change the frequency and then you can either keep the app (if you ever need to change the frequency again) or uninstall the app.

Hope that helps.
#31
surfbored
darthvader666uk
this would be kinda cool if it could connect via AUX not FM :)
Yeah, I'd prefer that too
Why not just connect your device directly to the AUX port?
#32
Turret
surfbored
darthvader666uk
this would be kinda cool if it could connect via AUX not FM :)
Yeah, I'd prefer that too
Why not just connect your device directly to the AUX port?

My guess is that they want wireless from the phone to the receiver, but wired from the receiver to the stereo. Maybe the sound quality is better as it's not being transmitted over FM.
#33
because not all cars have aux . seems cheap for a fast charger!
#34
Did anyone buy one if these? Any issues?
I can't plug anything into the USB's without it causing the device to die. It's not always instant, sometimes it take a minute or two before it shuts off.

Edited By: Turret on Nov 22, 2016 02:12
#35
Turret
RexNoctis
I have one of these, works well but doesn't work in all lighter sockets, check the website and it will show compatible sockets.
Doesn't have any issue reconnecting to the phone when switched on and sounds OK, not as good as a hardwired connection but better than any FM transmitter I've used in the past.
Nutt
I've got the newer one and it's great,. But as said check compatability first!
Once you've set the frequency in the app can you uninstall it?
Sorry for the slow reply but just in case you're still interested; yes, once the frequency and LED colour is set, the app is no longer required, the phone simply connects with Bluetooth.
#36
lutin
Turret
lutin
GibsonSt19
"Open app to connect"?! No ta!
You don't need to open the app.
Once the device is setup up for the first time, can you uninstall the app?
I'm not even sure you need to install the app ever. The charger has a default frequency which you can use if you don't install the app.
However, if this FM frequency is already used up in your area, you install the app, change the frequency and then you can either keep the app (if you ever need to change the frequency again) or uninstall the app.
Hope that helps.
I'm trailing through all the Roidmi posts to see.....has anyone found a way to change the frequency via your phone? There's no app on the playstore and I'm stuck with it on the stock frequency which picks up all kinds of other channels when I drive

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