4 Ways to play Amazon Music on Tesla

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July 5, 2024

Amazon Music has long been a highly requested feature among Tesla owners. Luckily, with Tesla 2024.26 update, Amazon Music will be suppoorted as native app on Tesla models S, 3, X, and Y. Before that, if you wanted to play Amazon Music on Tesla, you had to connect your phone via Bluetooth. This workaround, however, offers limited functionality (e.g. being unable to use voice search or change playlists). With Amazon Music app for Tesla, all become possible.

However, Amazon Music support on Tesla vehicles is only available in the US. If you are not that lucky, there are still some other ways to play Amazon Music on Tesla.

Option 1. Play Amazon Music on Tesla Via Bluetooth

Tesla allows you to play audio files from a Bluetooth-connected device (like a phone) or a USB-connected flash drive. When you connect a Bluetooth or USB device, Media Player includes the device as a media source.

If you have a Bluetooth-capable device such as a phone that is paired and connected to Tesla, you can play audio files stored on it. Choose Media Player’s Phone source, touch the name of your Bluetooth-connected device, then touch CONNECT.

To pair a phone, follow these steps while sitting inside your Tesla:

  1. Ensure both the touchscreen and the phone are powered on.
  2. On your phone, enable Bluetooth and ensure it is discoverable.
  3. Touch the Bluetooth icon located at the top of the Controls screen. 
  4. On the touchscreen, touch Add New Device > Start Search. A list of all available Bluetooth devices within operating distance displays on the Bluetooth settings screen.
  5. Choose the phone with which you want to pair. Within a few seconds, the Bluetooth settings screen displays a randomly generated number. Your phone also display a number.
  6. Check that the number displayed on your phone matches the number on the Bluetooths settings screen. Then, on your phone, confirm that you want to pair.
  7. If prompted on your phone, specify whether you want to allow Model 3 to access your personal information, such as calendar, contacts and media files.
  8. Now play the Amazon Music songs in your phone and it will be transferred to your car’s infotainment system.

Option 2. Play Amazon Music on Tesla Via browser

Open the built-in Browser in the touch screen and go to https://music.amazon.com, log in your account and start streaming. Note that it only works in park. Soon as you shift to Drive it stops. So audio as a whole stops from the browser while in drive. If you still can’t get sound from browser in park, go to the Bluetooth setting in the car, find your phone, and hit “disconnect.” You can also go to abettertheater.com select fullscreen then go to https://music.amazon.com from there.

Option 3. Get a Wireless Apple Carplay Car Stereo

Despite the preponderance of ‌CarPlay‌ on many other electric cars, Tesla does not offer official support. If you like CarPlay, you can purchase a Wireless Apple Carplay Car Stereo which connects your smartphone effortlessly and bring the features and apps to the portable Touch Screen. You can then make calls, send texts, navigate with maps, and listen to music with ease. Regardless of your vehicle’s age or model, enjoy a safer and smarter driving experience with this advanced technology. It also supports Android Auto.

If you are technical-skilled, you can resorted to a workaround that uses a connected Raspberry Pi to implement Apple CarPlay in Tesla.

Option 4. Play Amazon Music on Tesla Via USB Drive

Tesla has two USB ports located in the front compartment of the center console which can be used to play audio files stored on a phone or USB device.

Insert a flash drive into a front USB port. Touch Media Player > USB, and then touch the name of the folder that contains the song you want to play. After you display the contents of a folder on the USB connected flash drive, you can touch any song in the list to play it. Or use the previous and next arrows in Media Player to scroll through your songs. You can also scroll to next/previous songs using the left scroll button on the steering wheel.


  • Media Player supports USB flash drives with exFAT formatting (NTFS is not currently supported).
  • Use a USB port located at the front of the center console. The USB connections at the rear of the console are for charging only.
  • To play media from a USB connection, Model Y recognizes flash drives only. To play media from other types of devices (such as an iPod, Phone), connect the device using Bluetooth.

To play Amazon Music on Tesla from USB flash drive, you need to download Amazon Music songs to MP3 first. All you need is Pazu Amazon Music Converter. This remarkable streaming music converter is designed to effortlessly capture songs from Amazon Music and convert them to various audio formats, including MP3, AAC, M4A, AIFF, WAV, or FLAC. With its advanced metadata recognition technology, it can reliably identify and preserve all metadata associated with the songs. This means that you won’t lose any crucial ID3 tags, such as artists, titles, albums, album arts, and track numbers, during the downloading process. As a result, you can effortlessly obtain unrestricted Amazon Music and store them directly on your local device. In other words, these converted songs can now be played on any device of your choosing, without any limitations hindering your musical enjoyment.

How to convert Amazon Music to MP3 with Pazu Amazon Music Converter?

1. Run Pazu Amazon Music Converter

Download, install and launch Pazu Amazon Music Converter on your computer, then click the Sign In to log in to your Amazon account.

Amazon Music converter

If you have purchased a license, click the key icon to register the converter. If not, continue using the trial version.

2. Choose output format

Click on the Settings icon on the top right corner to configure the output audio parameters. There are six audio formats, including M4A(AUTO), MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, and AIFF, for you to choose from. From there, you can change the bitrate for MP3 and AAC outputs.

Amazon Music converter

3. Add songs, albums or playlists

Select the desired songs, albums or playlists you wish to download. Once you open an album/playlist and tap the red Add button suspended on the right side, you’ll be presented with the list of songs.

Amazon Music converter

All songs in the playlist will be added by default. Click the check the box next to the track that you don’t want to convert.

Amazon Music converter

4. Convert Amazon Music

Click the Convert button on the bottom right corner, and Pazu Amazon Music Converter will automatically download and convert Amazon Music tracks to the default folder on your computer.

Amazon Music converter

When the conversion process finishes, you can browse all the converted songs in the history list by clicking on the  icon. And now you’re prepared to stream your Amazon Music songs anywhere.

Amazon Music converter

Now you have downloaded Amazon Music songs to MP3 on Mac or Windows, transfer them to your USB drive. Insert the USB drive to your Tesla and enjoy your favorite Amazon music.