Originally Posted by nadim77389
Not sure what year car you have but I am driving the 2012 model and I am able to Bluetooth to the car with my Nexus 5. If you are not familiar with the phone it is basically the exact same phone as the LG G3 with a few less features and sold through Google and not heavily marketed through LG.
I pretty much only play music through Google Music All Access or through Sound Cloud. The song names and everything related displays on the car screen. Oddly there is no skip track button but I am able to do so with the steering wheel rockers. It took me a month of manually doing it on my phone before I went to turn the volume up, hit the wrong button and changed the song!
Now I do not ever actually have the physical song file on my phone not including the streaming services I use. Although when I plug in into USB to charge and my phone was set to media usb mode it does pick up some random audio files on my phone. No other advice I can give for you about this...
Phone calls can be made and all my contacts synced. It is not the best voice system but I use it on occasion.
Tl;dr. Yes your G3 will work. Bluetooth with streaming service and phone calls, possibly physical audio files with usb as well.
I have a 2014 Limited. I heard it's different phone to phone, when it comes to Android atleast. I also read that it depends if the phone is plugged into USB if the car picks it up as a "USB Mass Storage Device" or not. I'm not sure if all Android phones let you select an option to switch it to this mode; I never owned an Android. For instance, my girlfriend's Note 3 does not let you play music when you plug it into the USB, but it does charge it. Regardless, I appreciate your feedback and input, but would still feel better hearing it from a LG G3 user.