BlackBerry Music Gateway, which is made by Research in Motion (RIM), offers its user a simple way to get Smartphone audio from other older entertainment products. Now you can easily stream music from your phone to any device that accepts a 3.5mm headphone jack and get the real taste of Smartphone audio. BlackBerry Music Gateway can be used in any NFC-enabled BlackBerry and also can be used with other Bluetooth phones, iPhone, iPod, and tablets. It not only works fine with iPhone, iPod, but also with tablets phone it works fantastically well.
How it looks like?
BlackBerry Music Gateway is a very simple device. It looks like a small lighter and very easy to keep it in your pocket. There is a 3.5mm output and Micro USB on the backside of the device. The top is covered with rubber and there is also a BlackBerry logo. The logo is resting in an indentation and that indentation is a button which is used as a toggle for pairing a new device.
How can you start using?
You can start using BlackBerry Music Gateway by Pairing it which is ridiculously simple and this is the one and only process you have to follow before get an awesome experience from this device. What you have to do, just press the “B” button on top of the Gateway, wait for the blinking red-and-blue light to blink, and then tap your phone on the device. The pairing process will be started automatically. If it doesn’t work you can pair it through the setting menu of Bluetooth like you do with other Bluetooth devices. That’s the process and now you can stream non stop music by BlackBerry Music Gateway.
Other things you are getting with this
You will get a micro-USB cable, an AC adapter, a 3.5mm to 3.5mm audio jack, a 3.5mm to left-and right stereo connectors (RCA) and of course theBlackBerry Music Gateway device inside the BlackBerry Music Gateway box.