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I have the 2014 limited XV, which is type B audio I think.

When I paired up the BT with the car,
My google map on my Nexus 4 does not speak out the direction, I need to put the car in BT mode.
But every time I turn the car into BT mode, it turns on the player in my phone and starts streaming the music!
I need to turn off the player in my phone every time I turn on BT mode in my car,
more annoying is, everytime I change volume of the car with BT mode, it turns my phone player on again!!
Is there anyway to solve this? I want to play music when I want to, not turning it on automatically, this is just so annoying.

I tried using USB to play music to bypass the problem,
I also turned off media streaming in the Bluetooth of my phone to solve the issue that the google map does not speak out if I don't turn on BT mode in the car

However, our lovely 2014 car can only read 255 songs out of one folder in my USB drive!

I have 3 folders, Chinese/ English/ Japanese songs.
The CHI one has more than 255 songs and I tried to split it into CHI01 and CHI02.
Is it possible to play ONLY these two folders?
What I tried is shuffle between folder, which will play JAP and ENG folder as well...


Thanks in advanced!
 

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I never play music through BT. My classic iPod that's got thousands of songs is attached to the USB port. However, when I leave the car, or even when I just shut the engine while filling up on gas, the music in my phone starts playing. It doesn't happen all the time, but often enough to be annoying.

I thought the bug was was with my phone. I have a 4-year-old Blackberry.
 

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Everything I've ever read regarding Subarus, car rags, online reviews, etc. its clear that one of the worst aspects of Subaru ownership is the audio systems provided. Having owned 3 now I tend to agree. The XV is my personal DD so its only me and the BT is awesome for what I need. But your problem is likely widespread among Subie owners. And unfortunately it seems the after market is the only real solution. A trip to Crutchfield.com is what you need.
 
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