Re: No bluetooth from 730n RER
While you might have the right company, this is certainly not the right model. I to have a 2011 WK2 limited with a 730N RER. As stated above you just need to sync your phone with the RER system using the 4 digit code. I've looked at adapter systems, lock-picks that allow you to stream music but it's only to the front speakers. I don't really know how this applies to the limited as it has a premium sound system that uses the individual components of speakers like the in doorframe tweeters, lower door midrange and woofers and a subwoofer on the right side of the cargo area. Maybe the lock pick would work for streaming music as the amplifier is built into the RER. There are 2 different RER systems used in the 2011. The 430N, which is the base grade and the 730N which is upgraded with Sat radio availability, Garmin GPS and is all fine using the hands free phone interface and 10GB hard drive that plays MP3/MPEG3, and WMA, but no Apple iTunes AAC forcing you to copy every track into MPEG3 mode and then put together on a playlist, burn to Music CD-R and then store to the hard drive. It's not a bad system unless you have had better phone integration in the past or systems like Harmon Kardon, with much better center channel speakers and microphones. You can always pay the ridiculous Mopar upgrade to kicker speaker and subwoofer but kicker is usually only better at the subwoofer and buyer aftermarket in a box with separate amp is about as cost effective but the location of subwoofer in the rear bulkhead doesn't allow for maximum performance.
The lock-pick listed above is for older Chyrysler vehicles that don't have touch screens and you actually replace the OEM Uconnect system with their OEM look 430N RER with better features that are quite annoying on all OEM RER systems such as not being able to use Navigation while not in park, even if the passenger is inputting data. I'm not a big fan of the GPS as it is woefully outdated in areas of the USA including much of the reconstructed US hwy 99 especially through Pennsylvania. You think Chrysler and Garmin would have a current map update for a reasonable fee since fitting the newer, larger screen OEM products in the 2011, is not an option even if you could find a good model used.
It's a frustration that I have just learned to deal with. I hard input my iPhone if I want to listen to a playlist over the hard drive. I wish there was a simple so,union to thus problem. I love my 2011 limited. Just over 50K with a few minor fixes that were covered by extended service warranty but far from a lemon. One of the most reliable Domestic vehicles I gave owned and a great foul weather vehicle, I would rate over my older Rover Discovery and a very good Mitsubishi Montero Sport, though both were excellent part time off road vehicles but the Jeeps creature comforts far exceed even current Land Rovers with better mileage and much more stable in foul Winter weather. If you find the correct lock pick let me know as $300 isn't a bad price. Uconnect is fine for lick outs that never happen, but I don't want to pour out over $1000 to fix a slight imperfection to the infotainment systems outdated parts and streaming music or access directly to the phones music base.