Note: This option is currently only supported on iPhones.
Many current and older cars support playing iPhone/iPod music through USB. This works great with Muse because you can charge the phone while playing high quality audio through your car stereo system. In addition, many cars also support in-car display for Now Playing information and steering wheel or dashboard controls for next and previous track, etc.
Here's the video overview:
How to check if your car supports USB Playback
Connect your iPhone to the car USB slot using a lightning cable. Select USB or iPod as an audio source in the car stereo system. Proceed to next steps to verify.
Using the USB Playback
Open the Muse app and selected USB from the "How do you play music in your car ..." screen. Follow the instructions in the app to test and complete the setup. Remember to choose USB as your audio source in the car stereo system. Some cars have inherent issues with USB detection - you may need to disconnect and reconnect the USB cable for your car to detect it.
A note on Android Auto through USB
Muse support Android Auto over USB is coming soon. For now, you can still connect Muse to Android Auto USB and you can get audio from car stereo system. However, you won't get the full Android Auto experience. To use this early access feature, just choose "None" from the audio screen and connect the USB after the Muse app setup is complete.
For other audio options, see the Audio Options Guide.