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This is a raspberry FM System

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This image has been created for those who wan to listen radio and music in the car without having a special car player. You will need only a smartphone with bluethooth , raspberry pi , bluethooth device reconised by raspberry pi and a min 8 gb card, and optionaly a gsm 3g modem.
You connect to the device via bluethooth. It is Visible in the first 30 seconds after boot .
Device IP on the bluethooth is and lan is configured to get ip from any dhcp server.

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Advanced End Users, Testers

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Unix Shell, Python, PHP



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